Sam Smith wows the crowd as they hit the stage in Melbourne in waist-cinching corset and gold trousers during Gloria tour

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By Ketrin Agustine

Sam Smith is known for their eccentric ensembles.

And the non-binary singer, 31, who uses they/them pronouns, impressed fans as they hit the stage for the latest date on their Gloria tour in Melbourne on Tuesday.

The Lay Me Down hitmaker made a statement in a white shirt worn beneath a waist-cinching corset and gold trousers.

They completed the ensemble with a simple black tie and a sparkly gold flat cap.

Following the show, Sam’s fans flocked to social media to compliment the singer on their ‘amazing’ performance.

Sam Smith wows the crowd as they hit the stage in Melbourne in waist-cinching corset and gold trousers during Gloria tour

‘@samsmith just brilliant. Your voice is amazing Sam,’ one person wrote.

‘Just beautiful,’ a second agreed, while a third commented: ‘Thanks for a wonderful night in Melbourne #Gloria.’

Sam is in the middle of their Gloria tour and is scheduled to perform in Sydney on Friday before heading to Brisbane on November 8th.

Their Australian shows comes after they recently toured around North America.

Their return to the stage came two months after the singer cancelled the rest of their UK tour and revealed they were at risk of permanent vocal cord injury in May.

The Lay Me Down hitmaker made a statement in a white shirt worn beneath a waist-cinching corset and gold trousers

Fans were left in the dark after the hitmaker cancelled their concert at the AO Arena in Manchester suddenly after just a few songs.

The singer issued a statement shortly after coming off stage, insisting they could not go on after noticing ‘something was really wrong’ with their voice.

Sam then revealed they could suffer permanent damage to their voice if they don’t go on complete vocal rest.

Following the show, Sam's fans flocked to social media to compliment the singer on their 'amazing' performance

Sam is in the middle of their Gloria tour and is scheduled to perform in Sydney on Friday before heading to Brisbane on November 8th

Meanwhile, the singer, who said he once suffered from body dysmorphia, told Men’s Health earlier this year, they are now ‘happier than ever’ in their own skin.

‘When I was 25, I came off tour exhausted,’ the artist said.

‘I looked to role models in the body world, Sam explained. ‘Every time I went to the pool I felt self-conscious, but I forced myself to take my top off.’

‘It paid off because I now have the opposite of body dysmorphia. I look fabulous. I’m finally getting a tan. I’m burnt in places I’ve never been burnt.’

Their Australian shows comes after they recently toured around North America

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