Jamiroquai singer Jay Kay looks far from his quirky style and trendy hats
Jamiroquai singer Jay Kay looks worlds away from his quirky style and bold hats as he dons a beanie for Christmas shopping
He is famous for his eccentric dress sense and love of hats as the frontman of the acid jazz band Jamiroquai.
But Jay Kay was seen looking very different as he stepped out into the West End for a bit of Christmas shopping on Tuesday.
The Jamiroquai singer, 51, bundled up in a black puffer jacket and navy beanie with red detailing, a far cry from some of his stage ensembles.
Different: Jamiroquai singer Jay Kay looked worlds away from his quirky style and statement hats (right in 2002) as he donned a beanie for Christmas shopping on Tuesday
Unrecognizable: The Jamiroquai singer, 51, snugly wrapped up in a black puffer jacket and a navy beanie with red detailing – a far cry from some of his stage ensembles
Jay paired the comfy outfit with relaxed blue jeans and a pair of dark blue sneakers. He strolled through the streets of the capital before getting into his Range Rover and leaving.
The outing comes after the singer was forced to deny he was at the Washington riots in January as fans compared him to a tattooed supporter who was pictured during the protests.
Jay joked that while he was a fan of the protesters’ furry headgear, it was “not his mob” that violently stormed the US Capitol.
Cosy: Jay paired the comfy outfit with relaxed blue jeans and a pair of dark blue trainers
Christmas shopping: He strolled the streets of London before getting into his Range Rover and driving away
Jay posted a video to Twitter explaining his whereabouts after a fan posted a photo of him alongside a heavily tattooed Trump supporter.
They posted the caption: “Poor Jamiroquai! What happened, man?
Jay responded to outrage from fans that he attended the protest, clarifying that the MAGA supporter, who has since been identified as Jake Angeli, was not him.
It is not me! The outing comes after the singer was forced to deny he was at the Washington riots in January as fans compared him to a tattooed supporter who was pictured during the protests.
In his Twitter video, Jay put on an American accent and said, “Hello everyone. Now some of you may think you saw me in Washington last night, but I’m afraid I didn’t. to be with all these monsters.
He then offered his support for the confined fans and his band he hadn’t seen in weeks, and thanked his followers for their birthday wishes after turning 51 last month.
Jay captioned his video, “Hello Washington, love the headgear but not sure if this is my crowd.” Stay safe everyone, J xxx.’
Spitting image? A fan tweeted a throwback snap of Jay Kay (left) next to protester Jake Angeli, who has been part of far-right protests (right)