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Little Mix’s Jade Thirlwall worried her ‘boobs will fall out’ in frontless dress
Pop star Jade Thirwall dressed to impress for the first-ever live show of Little Mix : The Search on Saturday evening.
The 27-year-old singer wowed fans as she donned a frontless silk royal blue dress as she offered her constructive criticism to the six bands hoping to support Little Mix on their next tour.
Despite looking stunning, Jade questioned the practicality of her outfit as she tried to dance along to one of the performances.
Boyband New Priority took to the stage to perform a rendition of The Weeked's smash-hit I Can't Feel My Face and an excited Jade wanted to bop along but was worried she might suffer a wardrobe malfunction.
Giving feedback to the group via a video link, Jade said: "I wanted to get up and dance about, but I was worried my boobs would fall out."
Viewers at home rushed to their keyboards to compliment Jade's latest outfit choice.
Taking to Twitter, one fan penned: "Jade looks amazing."
Another added: "Jade looks stunning even on video call."
A third persons said: "Jade still slays even working from home."
While a fourth posted: "Jade looks so good!"
Perrie Edwards, Jesy Nelson and Leigh-Anne Pinnock opened the show with a performance of their latest single Sweet Melody, but Jade was noticeably missing from the stage.
The beauty has been forced into self-isolation with her reps confirming the news earlier this week in a statement.
They said: "Jade has to self-isolate this week and will therefore be carrying out her role as Mentor on Little Mix The Search from home."
For Saturday’s show, Jade participated via video link, continuing to mentor the six bands alongside Jesy, Leigh-Anne and Perrie.’
Quarantining for two weeks does not mean Jade has caught Covid-19 herself, but may have come into contact with someone who has.
Since the news was announced, Jade has remained in high spirits on social media and has joined her girl gang in promoting their new hit, Sweet Melody – which will feature in their upcoming album, Confetti.
It comes after the show was postponed when a number of crew members tested positive for coronavirus.
The live version of The Search was supposed to hit our screens last week, but was delayed to help stall the spread of the virus.
The BBC confirmed the news in a statement, which read: "We can confirm that a small number of people on the Little Mix The Search production have tested positive for coronavirus and they are now self-isolating following the latest government guidelines.
"Due to the format of the show we have made the decision to postpone Saturday’s programme."
"There are rigorous protocols in place to manage Covid-19 as the safety of all those involved in the production is paramount."
Little Mix The Search continues on BBC One on Saturday at 6.10pm