Tulisa Contostavlos flashes her toned stomach in a white crop top as she steps out in LA
Published: 15:50 BST, 3 June 2018 | Updated: 18:15 BST, 3 June 2018
She's been living it up in Los Angeles in recent months.
And Tulisa Contostavlos looked perfectly at home when she stepped out in LA on Saturday, showing off her toned figure in a sportswear ensemble.
The former X Factor judge displayed her toned stomach in a tiny Tommy Hilfiger crop top, teamed with eye-catching red tracksuit bottoms.
Top of the crops: Tulisa Contostavlos looked perfectly at home when she stepped out in LA on Saturday, showing off her toned figure in a sportswear ensemble
Tulisa, 29, kept her look coordinating thanks to plain white pumps and a leather satchel over one arm.
The star pulled her dark hair up in a high ponytail and kept her make-up fresh and natural.
The former N-Dubz star has been living in LA ever since she won a legal battle against Britney Spears and will.i.am back in April.
Natural beauty: The star pulled her dark hair up in a high ponytail and kept her make-up fresh and natural
Tulisa claimed to have co-written chart-topping song Scream And Shout - which became Britney's first UK number one in eight years in 2012 - and had planned to feature it on her debut album.
The songstress helped penned the song under its original title I Don't Give A Fk - but was then shut out of recording for the track, and later learned it had been credited to Will.i.am, Jef Martens and Jean Baptiste.
However, Tulisa took the case to court, and will now receive 10% of all royalties from the hit after winning against the producer.
New life: Tulisa, pictured in May 2013, has left London behind in a bid to reinvent her music career in the States
A source told MailOnline: 'Tulisa was annoyed when the song was taken from her and given to Britney - especially as she co-wrote it.
'It was set to be one of the big songs on her debut album. She didn’t let it lie, and took it all the way to the courts and has now won.
'She just wanted to be recognised as the writer of one of the biggest pop tracks of the last decade.'
Black Eyed Peas star Will.i.am admitted at the time: 'Tulisa wrote to that song before I did – this is the truth. But the producers of the beat… didn't want her to have it.'
Tulisa insisted that Will.i.am and Britney’s version still included parts she had written, including the line: 'When you hear this in the club, you'd better turn this st up.'
Legal victory: The former N-Dubz star has been living in LA ever since she won a legal battle against Britney Spears and will.i.am back in April