Toyah Wilcox covers her nipples with black tape for raunchy version of Britney Spears hit Toxic

TOYAH Wilcox covered her nipples with black tape for a raunchy rendition of Britney Spears' hit Toxic.

The 62-year-old star once again teamed up with her husband Robert Fripp, 74, for a musical performance in their kitchen.

The pair added the hashtag "FreeBritney" to the video, referencing the US singer's ongoing conservatorship battle, which has recently been brought to light in new documentary Framing Britney Spears.

In the video, Toyah is wearing a sheer top that is covered in sequins, with her chest completely on display.

She has preserved her modesty with black tape arranged over her nipples, and is also wearing attention-grabbing eye make-up.

Toyah has completed the look with a black hat, and tiny fitted mini-skirt – clutching firmly onto a truncheon.



She expertly sings Britney's popular song Toxic while Robert plays guitar, and at the end of the clip they each hold up banners that say: "Britney we [heart] you".

Robert says to the camera: "We love you Britney, Toyah and Robert Sunday Lockdown Lunch!" before bursting into laughter.

Toyah joins him in the giggles, with a blooper added to the end of the video that shows the singer laughing mid-performance after Robert got "distracted".



Earlier this year, the pair caused a stir when they shared a bizarre video of rock chick Toyah performing Metallica's Enter Sandman while working out on an exercise bike.

The British singer put on an eye-popping display in a tight white T-Shirt, which she teamed with tiny black shorts and tights.

Toyah and Robert, who married in 1986, have been uploading YouTube performances weekly throughout lockdown – much to their fans' delight.


Toyah shot to fame in the late '70s, fronting her self-named band before embarking on a solo career.

Her biggest hits include I Want To Be Free, It's A Mystery, and Thunder In The Mountains.

Robert founded and played guitar in rock group King Crimson, with the pair marrying in Dorset on May 16, 1986.

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