Two weeks ago, Grace Jones wowed millions of viewers of the Queen's Diamond Jubilee Concert by hula-hooping through her set in front of Buckingham Palace.
On Sunday night, the 64-year-old former model added a pole to her props, as she humped and gyrated her way through a one hour, 15-minute slot at Lovebox music festival in Victoria Park, east London.
The mostly out-and-proud gay crowd roared as the Jamaican-born singer appeared towering above them on a black crane and wearing a sliver cape. After whipping it off to reveal a theatrical long black coat, Jones continued to change outfits between every song.
I particularly liked the Lion King-inspired mask and mane that she donned for a rendition of My Jamaican Guy, which included a lot of leg draping and thrusting against the stage.
Also on the camp lineup was the long-awaited return of Sam Sparro and a fantastic performance from Chaka Khan who - dressed in an impossibly tight denim catsuit complete with gold diamante studded microphone - got the crowd singing alone to her classic feelgood disco hits such as Ain't Nobody and I'm Every Woman.
Nile Rodgers, with his band Chic, performed just some of the impressive back-catalogue of songs he has written and produced including Like A Virgin, Freak Out, We Are Family and Good Times. The music legend, who has worked with the likes of Diana Ross, Aretha Franklin and Luther Vandross, drew fans from the crowd up on the stage for a collective dance-along.
Over on the Outdoor Stage, there was a more contemporary and sombre mood as Lana Del Rey performed a captivating set of songs from her album Born To Die - but it was clear the night belonged to the disco kings and queens over on the main stage.
Lovebox's 10th year was wrapped with a 14-minute rendition of Slave to the Rhythm from Jones, a crazy but perfect finale.
PHOTOS: Check out Grace Jones' performance and the rest of Sunday's acts in photos below...