POPSTARS Little Mix rocked into Belfast on Saturday night to kick off the first leg of their final tour and their biggest show since the start of the pandemic.
Singer Perrie Edwards (28) posted a self-taken video on her Twitter pre-show yesterday evening as she donned a face mask in preparation for the gig at Belfast’s SSE Arena.
She posted the video with the caption “Getting ready for the first date of the Confetti Tour in Belfast! Who’s ready for tonight?!”
Fans began queuing at the SSE Arena from around 5pm as the girls did their sound check before they went on stage shortly after 8pm for the big show.
The band also perform at the stadium on Sunday.
Fellow band member Jade Thirlwall (29) also posted about her skincare routine on Instagram after she experienced a facial emergency.
Posting a series of selfies to her Instagram Story she said: “Had the biggest breakout thanks to a lack of sleep, not enough water, new-ish skincare routine and being a busy b****.
“Don’t worry though huns I feel stunning and how can I be low when I’m about to do more than anything else in the world… TOURINGGGG.
“I used to let bad skin get me down and knock my confidence big time but so REFUSE.
“Just thought I’d share that you can be spotty and still be, and feel, beautiful okay!”
Singer Leigh-Anne Pinnock (30), who completes the trio, also posted about the start of the tour on her social media before last night’s gig.
She took the opportunity to promote The Black Fund, an equality charity she is a co-founder of.
Posting on her Instagram account she said: “It’s here! I can’t believe the Confetti Tour has started, it’s been so long since we got to put on a show for you all.
“This tour I wanted to do something to tie The Black Fund in and shine a light on some of the amazing things happening in black communities across the UK right now.
“So each city we stop in I’m going to share a project, organisation, some history or a person from the area that I think people should know about.
“First up is Belfast and ACSONI (African & Caribbean Support Northern Ireland) who have been doing amazing work since 2003 for the African and Caribbean diaspora in Northern Ireland. Have a read through to see the really important work they’ve partnered with the Ulster Museum on.”