Heart in the right place! Tina Arena showcases her powerhouse vocals as she takes to the stage in a sequin T-shirt and glittering pants at the Fire Fight Australia bushfire relief concert in Sydney

Tina Arena blew the roof off ANZ Stadium in Sydney on Sunday evening. 

The singer rocked through her biggest hits and a surprise cover at the Fire Fight Australia bushfire relief concert.

The 52-year-old showed off her ageless complexion as she took to the stage in a casual but cool outfit including a white T-shirt emblazoned with a pink sequin heart.

Heart in the right place! Tina Arena (pictured) took to the stage in a sequined shirt at the Fire Fight Australia bushfire relief concert at Heart in the right place! Tina Arena (pictured) took to the stage in a sequined shirt at the Fire Fight Australia bushfire relief concert at in Sydney in Sydney

Heart in the right place! Tina Arena (pictured) took to the stage at the Fire Fight Australia bushfire relief concert at ANZ Stadium in Sydney on Sunday 

She added a pair of black pants with sequin detailing throughout, adding a bit of edge and bling. 

The iconic pop star finished the look with a pair of snakeskin sneakers, dainty drop earrings and a statement ring. 

She wore her brunette hair in soft waves and opted for a nude makeup look which highlighted her flawless visage.

Stunner! The 52-year-old showed off her ageless complexion as she took to the stage in a casual but cool outfit including a white shirt emblazoned with a pink sequin heart

Stunner! The 52-year-old showed off her ageless complexion as she took to the stage in a casual but cool outfit including a white shirt emblazoned with a pink sequin heart

Rocker style: She added a pair of black pants with sequin detailing throughout, adding a bit of edge and bling

Rocker style: She added a pair of black pants with sequin detailing throughout, adding a bit of edge and bling

During an energetic set, Tina performed The Machine’s Breaking Down, Chains, Heaven Help My Heart and The Divinyl’s classic Boys in Town.   

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The event featured artists including 5 Seconds of Summer, Olivia Newton-John, Michael Buble, Alice Cooper, Baker Boy, Conrad Sewell, Daryl Braithwaite, Delta Goodrem, Illy, Grinspoon, Guy Sebastian, Hilltop Hoods and k.d. lang.

Comedian Celeste Barber, whose Facebook fundraiser has now raised more than $50million for bushfire victims, is hosting the event. 

Looking good! She wore her brunette hair in soft waves and opted for a nude makeup look which highlighted her flawless visage

Looking good! She wore her brunette hair in soft waves and opted for a nude makeup look which highlighted her flawless visage

Less than 24 hours after they were released, promoter Paul Dainty confirmed that all 70,000 tickets, which cost between $70 and $100, were sold out.

Ticket profits will go to several organisations assisting those affected by the recent bushfires including fire services, Red Cross Disaster Relief and Recovery, and the RSPCA Bushfire Appeal.

All funds raised via Fire Fight Australia’s website will go directly to the Foundation for Rural and Regional Renewal.  

Hit machine: During an energetic set, Tina performed The Machine's Breaking Down, Chains, Heaven Help My Heart and The Divinyl's classic Boys in Town

Hit machine: During an energetic set, Tina performed The Machine’s Breaking Down, Chains, Heaven Help My Heart and The Divinyl’s classic Boys in Town



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