A WORCESTERSHIRE pop star has hit out at online trolls after being criticised for her clothing during the Women's Euros Final.

Becky Hill, originally of Bewdley, performed in the pre-match show at Wembley Stadium before the Lionesses played Germany.

A Twitter user criticised her attire during the pre-match performance sparked a quick response from the singer, who told the world to "be proud of their bodies".

Hill was dressed in a corseted body suit with a sheer half skirt which she later removed as she belted out her hit songs ahead of the England v Germany game.

She said: "Be proud of your bodies, celebrate yourselves, show off your curves, cover up for no one and be confident.

"It took me a long time to learn that and I wish I had role models like that growing up! thanks for having me today."

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She shared with her 351,000 followers on Instagram yesterday that she was rehearsing for the big performance.

She said: "Rehearsals for the Women's Euros 2022 final at Wembley Stadium this Sunday are underway.

"I can’t wait to perform here and warm up the crowd in the stadium and at home for this incredible moment in history."

She was accompanied by Stefflon Don and Ultra Nate for the pre-match show.

The Lionesses beat Germany 2-1 after extra time in front of 87,000 supporters at Wembley Stadium on Sunday, securing the first major tournament title for the country since 1966.

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Up to 7,000 supporters will have the opportunity to join the team at an event hosted by veteran player Alex Scott in Trafalgar Square from 11am on Monday.

Becky Hill has been making dance music for the last 8 years and has 21,918,967 listeners a month on Spotify.

She first rose to fame by appearing on BBC's The Voice, where she featured in the first series in 2012.