Former Prime Minister Truss, 47, attended the BST Hyde Park concert in central London, wearing a bold red to attend the sold out show, which saw a host of famous faces – including Emma Thompson, Orlando Bloom and Katy Perry – in attendance.
Truss wore the short-sleeved button-up red dress with white open-toe heels, and a pair of statement shades in an olive hue.
On Saturday, Truss was spotted laughing and smiling with friends as she prepared to watch The Boss in London’s famous park.
Last summer it was reported by the Mail on Sunday that Truss ‘fired herself up’ for her leadership campaign, which saw her lead the country for 45 days before resigning, with a Bruce Springsteen song each morning.
London nights: Liz Truss was pictured laughing and smiling with friends while enjoying a glass of bubbly in the VIP area of the Bruce Springsteen concert on Saturday
Her favourite song by the singer – who is nicknamed The Boss – is Dancing In The Dark which was released in 1984 when Truss would have been around eight years old.
The shortest Prime Minister in the history of this country is partial to a ruby frock, as she donned a similar outfit at the Spectator’s summer party a couple of days ago and Royal Ascot.
And it seems Truss was not the only politician to watch the rock legend, as the Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, was also pictured at the gig.
While people are used to seeing Khan in formal wear, he got into the spirit of the concert and relived his younger days – as he bought himself a fan t-shirt.
The Mayor, 52, could be seen hugging and greeting friends as he donned a simple grey shirt which said: ‘Springsteen E Street Band’ in bright orange block lettering.
He paired this with a simple pair of navy jeans and some sunglasses as he posed for the cameras.
Bruce Springsteen, 73, took to the stage as he played his second, and final night.
He kicked off his set alongside his famous E Street Band with an energetic rendition of No Surrender, before moving onto Ghosts, Prove It All Night and Letter To You.
While people are used to seeing Khan in formal wear, he got into the spirit of the concert with a fan t-shirt
The Boss kicked off his set alongside his famous E Street Band with an energetic rendition of No Surrender, before moving onto Ghosts, Prove It All Night and Letter To You
The former Prime Minister, 47, attended the concert at BST at Hyde Park in central London and looked as though she thoroughly enjoyed the show
Truss donned a red frock to the gig and revealed last summer to the Mail on Sunday that she started every morning with a song from The Boss
He paired the t shirt with a simple pair of navy jeans and some sunglasses as he posed for the cameras
The Mayor of London hugged friends as he attended the Springsteen concert at Hyde Park
The former Prime Ministers favourite song by Springsteen is is Dancing In The Dark which was released in 1984 when Truss would have been around eight years old
The Mayor, 52, could be seen hugging and greeting friends as he donned a simple grey shirt which said: ‘Springsteen E Street Band’ in bright orange block lettering
Rock and roll: Bruce Springsteen, 73, took to the stage at British Summertime in Hyde Park on Saturday as he played his second and final night
Ahead of his performance the rocker, 73, was mobbed by fans outside his hotel as they scrambled to catch a glimpse of him.
The Boss’ energetic three-hour set has been lauded by fans and critics as an ‘unrelenting rock spectacular’ following his first gig on Thursday.
The New Jersey rocker was joined by his famous E Street Band, along with support acts James Bay, The Coronas, Kingfisher and First Time Flyers.
Katy Perry and Orlando Bloom also shared a passionate kiss while watching Springsteen’s performance.
Here we go: Katy Perry and Orlando Bloom allowed themselves to get swept up in the emotion that rapidly filled Hyde Park as Bruce Springsteen took to the stage
Smitten: The pair were inseparable as they watched the self-styled during his latest BST performance in the English capital
The couple were seen from their vantage point on one of the concert’s specially erected VIP platforms as the self-styled Boss worked his way through a back catalogue of hits.
Evidently in the mood to document their latest public display of affection, Orlando, 46, raised his iPhone to snap of photo of himself and Katy, 38, let their hair down.
The Lord Of The Rings actor could be seen nuzzling his pop star girlfriend’s ear as they danced alongside the likes of Emma Thompson, Leslie Mann and Oscar-winner Tim Robbins.