Celebrities are figuring out how to reverse the aging process - for some turning 40 is like turning 20, and turning 50 is like turning 30! 

Last month, R&B songstress Mya turned 40 years old - and while her official birthday was a few weeks ago - she decided to celebrate turning the big 4-0 by showing off her amazing body.

The gorgeous 2000s singer is still able to wear the sexy outfits that help make her famous.

Look how great she looked at a recent concert.

Here are the pics:

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Mya first burst onto the scene with her debut song  "It's All About Me." Her subsequent singles, "Ghetto Supastar (That Is What You Are)" and "Take Me There" raised her profile and helped her attain chart success worldwide, with the former garnering her, her first Grammy nomination. 

Fear of Flying, her sophomore album, was released in April 2000 and became a worldwide success, boosted by the success of its singles "Case of the Ex" and "Free.

Mya continued her rise to prominence in 2002, when she won her first Grammy Award in the category for Best Pop Collaboration with Vocals for her rendition of Patti Labelle's 1975 hit "Lady Marmalade" alongside with Pink, Christina Aguilera and Lil' Kim.

Vogue's Alex Frank credits Mya as an influence of Y2K R&B. Writing for Vogue, Frank alludes that R&B stars Tinashe, FKA twigs, and Jhené Aiko "echoed a familiar kind of sound"; the sultry, futuristic music of R&B/pop singer Mya. He acknowledged Mya capabilities to "elbowed out the crunchy catchiness of Britney Spears and aggression of Kid Rock" with interesting, seductive music and dubbed Harrison's brand of R&B as neo-R&B—an innovative take on a beloved genre that promised a way forward. Essentially, he observed, "with the dominant sounds of R&B production at the time", Mya was capable of "creating something preppy and poppy and radio—friendly that kept pace with the Britneys and the N'Syncs without sacrificing experimentation."