Perrie Edwards enjoys lunch with Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain in Ibiza

She recently called the footballer her ‘forever’ after more than three years of dating.

And Perrie Edwards enjoyed a lavish lunch with beau Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain at Cala Bassa Beach Club in Ibiza on Monday.

The Little Mix star, 27, looked every inch the holiday babe as she was joined by their friends for the fun outing.

Date lunch: Perrie Edwards enjoyed a lavish lunch with beau Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain at Cala Bassa Beach Club in Ibiza on Monday

Perrie teased a glimpse of her toned torso in a plunging white cotton crop top with frilled detailing on the neckline.

The star teamed the item of clothing with a pair of matching broderie anglaise wide-leg trousers with flared hems.

Perrie finished her look with a collection of boho-chic jewellery, which included a seashell necklace and gold hooped earrings.

Stunning: The Little Mix star, 27, looked every inch the holiday babe as she was joined by their friends for the fun outing

Stunning: The Little Mix star, 27, looked every inch the holiday babe as she was joined by their friends for the fun outing

Holiday babe: Perrie teased a glimpse of her toned torso in a plunging white cotton crop top with frilled detailing on the neckline

Holiday babe: Perrie teased a glimpse of her toned torso in a plunging white cotton crop top with frilled detailing on the neckline

The singer styled her signature blonde locks into a sleek blow-dried hairdo, she added a slick of glamorous make-up.

Perrie made sure she was cautious in Ibiza amid the coronavirus pandemic and the country being on the UK quarantine list as she donned a black face mask. 

Meanwhile her Liverpool footballer beau Alex, 26, cut a casual figure in a neon yellow patterned T-shirt and black shorts.

Details: The star teamed the item of clothing with a pair of matching broderie anglaise wide-leg trousers with flared hems

Details: The star teamed the item of clothing with a pair of matching broderie anglaise wide-leg trousers with flared hems

Finishing touches: Perrie finished her look with a collection of boho-chic jewellery, which included a seashell necklace and gold hooped earrings

Finishing touches: Perrie finished her look with a collection of boho-chic jewellery, which included a seashell necklace and gold hooped earrings

Signature locks: The singer styled her signature blonde locks into a sleek blow-dried hairdo, she added a slick of glamorous make-up

Signature locks: The singer styled her signature blonde locks into a sleek blow-dried hairdo, she added a slick of glamorous make-up

Finishing his low-key look, he opted for a pair of sliders, stylish sunglasses and a luxury gold watch. 

The couple’s appearance comes after Perrie revealed that she isn’t ready to marry her long-term beau Alex.      

The Little Mix singer explained how although the footballer is her ‘forever’ she still thinks it will be some time before they walk down the aisle.

Radiant: Perrie added a slick of sun-kissed make-up

Natural beauty: It enhanced her radiant complexion for the outing

Radiant: Perrie added a slick of sun-kissed make-up which enhanced her radiant complexion for the outing 

Cautious! Perrie made sure she was cautious in Ibiza amid the coronavirus pandemic and the country being on the UK quarantine list as she donned a black face mask

Cautious! Perrie made sure she was cautious in Ibiza amid the coronavirus pandemic and the country being on the UK quarantine list as she donned a black face mask 

Casual: Meanwhile her Liverpool footballer beau Alex, 26, cut a casual figure in a neon yellow patterned T-shirt and black shorts

Casual: Meanwhile her Liverpool footballer beau Alex, 26, cut a casual figure in a neon yellow patterned T-shirt and black shorts 

Speaking to Metro’s Guilty Pleasures, she said: ‘We always talk about the future. He’s my forever, but I don’t think we are ready to get engaged any time soon.’ 

Perrie and Alex made their relationship Instagram official in January 2017 and have spent lockdown together. 

They did spark engagement rumours back in December when Perrie spelt her boyfriend’s name wrong on Instagram.

She replied to her fans saying: ‘It’ll be well easier to spell when it’s my second name and I have to write it all the time!’

Despite not hearing wedding bells quite yet, Alex and Perrie have been getting used to family life with their dog Travis.

Low-key! Finishing his low-key look, he opted for a pair of sliders, stylish sunglasses and a luxury gold watch

Happy: Alex appeared in good spirits after his Liverpool football club had a successful season

Low-key! Finishing his low-key look, he opted for a pair of sliders, stylish sunglasses and a luxury gold watch 

Perrie revealed that the ‘adorable’ pooch ‘farts a lot’, which doesn’t impress her beau but she can’t smell any odour. 

The beauty also discussed Little Mix’s new single Holiday, revealing they have finished their sixth album but aren’t sure when it will be released yet.

She also explained how the band, who have been together for almost 10 years, found the coronavirus lockdown a slight ‘blessing in disguise’. 

Perrie said that because they’ve been forced to spend time apart and away from their work, it has made them realise they need to take a moment to rest.    

Candid: The couple's appearance comes after Perrie revealed that she isn't ready to marry her long-term beau Alex but sweetly added that he is her 'forever'

Candid: The couple’s appearance comes after Perrie revealed that she isn’t ready to marry her long-term beau Alex but sweetly added that he is her ‘forever’ 

Leigh-Anne Pinnock poses up a storm in a white bikini during idyllic Santorini trip

Leigh-Anne Pinnock turns up the heat in a white bikini as she poses up a storm during idyllic Santorini trip

She’s been tapping into full relaxation mode with Watford striker fiancé Andre Gray during a well-deserved break from their busy schedules.

And Leigh-Anne Pinnock caught the eye as she shared sensational images from her five-star hotel Iconic Santorini Cave in Greece over the weekend.

The Little Mix star, 28, sent temperatures soaring as she slipped into a white bikini from her own swimwear range In’A’Seashell while striking sultry poses on a sleek building.

Working it: Leigh-Anne Pinnock caught the eye as she shared sensational images from her five-star hotel Iconic Santorini Cave in Greece over the weekend

Working it: Leigh-Anne Pinnock caught the eye as she shared sensational images from her five-star hotel Iconic Santorini Cave in Greece over the weekend

Showcasing her toned midsection, the songstress stunned in her sporty swimwear set, which featured a plunging bralet and matching briefs.

The Shout Out To My Ex hitmaker proved less is more as she accessorised with just a pair of transparent sunglasses. 

With her locks worn in its natural curl pattern, Leigh-Anne let her skin breathe as she went make-up free.

Wow: The Little Mix star, 28, sent temperatures soaring as she slipped into a white bikini from her own swimwear range In’A’Seashell while striking sultry poses on a sleek building

Wow: The Little Mix star, 28, sent temperatures soaring as she slipped into a white bikini from her own swimwear range In’A’Seashell while striking sultry poses on a sleek building

Golden hour: Later into the day, the singer stunned in an flowy maxi dress by Jacquemus

Golden hour: Later into the day, the singer stunned in an flowy maxi dress by Jacquemus

Unwind: The media personality has been tapping into full relaxation mode with footballer fiancé Andre Gray during a well-deserved break from their busy schedules

Unwind: The media personality has been tapping into full relaxation mode with footballer fiancé Andre Gray during a well-deserved break from their busy schedules

It’s been an exciting time for Leigh-Anne and footballer Andre, 29, as they got engaged last month on their fourth anniversary.

Her bandmates recently revealed they think she will be tying the knot ‘soon’ because she ‘has no patience’. 

Jesy Nelson, 28, and Jade Thirlwall, 27, joked the brunette has been ‘waiting years’ for Andre to pop the question as they praised the sportsman for his ‘beautiful proposal’ during an interview on Heart Breakfast recently.  

True love: It's been an exciting time for the curly-haired beauty and the Watford striker, 29, as they got engaged last month on their fourth anniversary

True love: It’s been an exciting time for the curly-haired beauty and the Watford striker, 29, as they got engaged last month on their fourth anniversary

Jade said: ‘Honestly, when I tell you that girl’s been waiting for years! Honestly. 

‘Every time Andre does anything romantic, she messages us, she’s like ”it could be now”, we’re like ”Leigh…chill babe”.’ 

The Geordie beauty admitted all the group members, including Perrie Edwards, 27, were overwhelmed with emotion at the idyllic home proposal. 

Jade added: ‘Yeah it was so lovely, he did so well, it was a beautiful proposal we were so emotional weren’t we Jess?’

Rita Ora and James Blunt join more than 700 stars to slam racism after Wiley’s anti-Semitic tweets

Musicians including Rita Ora and James Blunt have united to stand against racism after rapper Wiley’s anti-Semitic tweets.

In an open letter shared online, around 700 artists and label executives called for the British music industry to ‘wipe out racism’ and declared ‘silence is not an option’. 

Others who have signed the powerful statement include Niall Horan, Little Mix, Lewis Capaldi, Labrinth and Chic star Nile Rodgers.

‘Silence is not an option’: Rita Ora is one of around 700 artists who has signed an open letter calling for racism to be ‘wiped out’ in the British music industry after Wiley’s anti-Semitic rant

The letter read: ‘We, the British music industry are proudly uniting to amplify our voices, to take responsibility, to speak out and stand together in solidarity. Silence is not an option. 

‘There is a global love for music, irrespective of race, religion, sexuality and gender. Music brings joy and hope and connects us all. 

‘Through music, education and empathy we can find unity. We stand together, to educate and wipe out racism now and for our future generations.’

The letter went on to explain why the high-profile artists have decided to speak out, referencing police brutality in America and anti-Jewish racism shared online. 

Rants: The statement comes after Grime artist Wiley apologised for 'generalising' during a series of tweets in which he appeared to blame 'a community of Jewish lawyers' in the music industry for 'using systemic racism' against black artists

Rants: The statement comes after Grime artist Wiley apologised for ‘generalising’ during a series of tweets in which he appeared to blame ‘a community of Jewish lawyers’ in the music industry for ‘using systemic racism’ against black artists

It read: ‘In recent months through a series of events and incidents, the anti-black racists and antisemites, plus those who advocate islamophobia, xenophobia, homophobia and transphobia, have repeatedly demonstrated that they clearly want us all to fail. 

‘Whether it be systemic racism and racial inequality highlighted by continued police brutality in America or anti-Jewish racism promulgated through online attacks, the result is the same: suspicion, hatred and division. 

‘We are at our worst when we attack one another. Minorities from all backgrounds and faiths have struggled and suffered. 

Speaking up: James Blunt (pictured) has also signed the letter, along with artists such as Niall Horan, Little Mix, Lewis Capaldi, Labrinth and Chic star Nile Rodgers

Speaking up: James Blunt (pictured) has also signed the letter, along with artists such as Niall Horan, Little Mix, Lewis Capaldi, Labrinth and Chic star Nile Rodgers

‘From slavery to the Holocaust we have painful collective memories. All forms of racism have the same roots — ignorance, lack of education and scapegoating.’

As well as singers and songwriters, several labels such as Island Records have also signed the open letter and shared it on their social media accounts 

Using the #NoSilenceInMusic, dozens of musicians and music companies have shown their support for the anti-racism movement.  

This is not the first time the music industry has stood together in an attempt to ‘wipe out racism’ and in the 1970s concert Rock Against Racism was staged.

Taking a stand: Nile Rodgers is among those who has signed the open letter and also shared the message to his Twitter account on Sunday

Taking a stand: Nile Rodgers is among those who has signed the open letter and also shared the message to his Twitter account on Sunday

All together: Island Records also shared the powerful statement along with the hashtag No Silence In Music

All together: Island Records also shared the powerful statement along with the hashtag No Silence In Music

However this move comes after a period of heightened political activism following the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis, US.

The black man died after a police officer knelt on his neck for nearly nine minutes despite him repeatedly saying he couldn’t breathe. 

And in the UK many have condoned grime star Wiley’s recent tweets in which he appeared to blame ‘a community of Jewish lawyers’ in the music industry for ‘using systemic racism’ against black artists. 

Wiley has since apologised for ‘generalising’ during his anti-Semitic social media rants which prompted Twitter to permanently suspend his account.

Throwback: This is not the first time the music industry has stood together in an attempt to 'wipe out racism' and in the 1970s concert Rock Against Racism was staged

Throwback: This is not the first time the music industry has stood together in an attempt to ‘wipe out racism’ and in the 1970s concert Rock Against Racism was staged

Making a difference: The Clash are pictured performing during the Rock Against Racism concert at Victoria Park in Hackney in 1976

Making a difference: The Clash are pictured performing during the Rock Against Racism concert at Victoria Park in Hackney in 1976

The musician, 41, said that the argument should have stayed between himself and his manager, John Woolf.  

‘I just want to apologise for generalising and going outside of the people who I was talking to within the workspace and workplace I work in,’ he said.

‘My comments should not have been directed to all Jews or Jewish people. I want to apologise for generalising, and I want to apologise for comments that were looked at as anti-Semitic.’ 

Wiley also appeared to try to justify his provocative comments by suggesting ‘the Jewish community is powerful within the music business.’ 

Tweets: Wiley shared a series of anti-Semitic posts on Friday July 24. The comments made on Twitter and Instagram are being investigated by the Metropolitan Police

Tweets: Wiley shared a series of anti-Semitic posts on Friday July 24. The comments made on Twitter and Instagram are being investigated by the Metropolitan Police

The musician, whose real name is Richard Cowie, was widely condemned for a series of anti-Semitic posts he made on social media, including a video shared last Friday telling Jews to ‘crawl out from under your little rocks.’

Twitter said on Wednesday it has permanently suspended him over posts – including one which called Jewish people ‘cowards and snakes’ – and is ‘continuing to assess the situation internally’. He was initially given a temporary ban. 

Wiley has also been banned from Instagram and Facebook after continuing to post inflammatory comments on social media until Tuesday.     

The musician caused further controversy when he claimed his Jewish associates in the music and entertainment industry ‘still see us as slaves’ in an interview with The Voice newspaper.  

Thoughts: Lily Allen admitted she was 'really worried' after reading Grime artist Wiley's anti-Semitic tweets that compared Jewish people to the Ku Klux Klan on Friday

Thoughts: Lily Allen admitted she was ‘really worried’ after reading Grime artist Wiley’s anti-Semitic tweets that compared Jewish people to the Ku Klux Klan on Friday

He said: ‘Without generalising, there is no point saying all [Jews], it is the people I work with in the music and entertainment industry, the Jewish community that I have experienced.

‘The things that need to change is the way that the system was set up, why all of these families are rich, or all of these people have heritage, not just England, like, worldwide. They still see us as slaves.

‘Slavery hasn’t stopped, it’s just dressed-up in a million-pound record deal.’ 

The rapper, known as the Godfather of Grime, was made an MBE for services to music in 2018.

Action: The Campaign Against Antisemitism protested outside Twitter's London office on Tuesday, projecting a message onto the social media company's building

Action: The Campaign Against Antisemitism protested outside Twitter’s London office on Tuesday, projecting a message onto the social media company’s building

However the Campaign Against Antisemitism has said it will contact the Cabinet Office to ask for Wiley’s MBE to be revoked.

Speaking to Sky News, Wiley said he would be willing to give it up as he ‘never wanted it’.

He told the broadcaster: ‘I never felt comfortable going to get it. Just look at Britain’s colonialism history.’ 

The manager, who is Jewish, said he no longer represents Wiley and has cut ties with the rapper.

Wiley’s tweets saw him receive a backlash from the music community and also sparked concern from other artists.

Consequences: Wiley was permanently suspended from Twitter six days after his series of anti-Semitic posts sparked a 48-hour walkout by users in protest (pictured in 2018)

Consequences: Wiley was permanently suspended from Twitter six days after his series of anti-Semitic posts sparked a 48-hour walkout by users in protest (pictured in 2018)

Lily Allen, who has signed the open letter, said she was ‘really worried’ after reading Wiley’s anti Semitic tweets last week.

The singer, 35, took to Instagram to reveal how she felt about the Grime artist’s remarks, and urged people to come together to have a sense of community. 

Speaking from her bed the singer looked sad and upset as she said: ‘So I just had a look at Wiley’s Tweets. Oh dear. 

‘Oh I’m really worried about everyone just going for each other on the Internet and it all being egged on by Big Data and big tech. 

‘Its just really sad watching communities who should be like, coming together helping each other out, turn against each other and I just feel like it’s going to get worse. I hope it doesn’t.’ 

Shocking: In one post on his personal Facebook, Wiley claimed that 'certain people' viewed black people as 'below them' in society (pictured at Wireless Festival in 2018)

Shocking: In one post on his personal Facebook, Wiley claimed that ‘certain people’ viewed black people as ‘below them’ in society (pictured at Wireless Festival in 2018)

#NoSilenceInMusic: The full open letter to ‘wipe out’ racism signed by 700 artists and musicians 

The powerful open letter signed by around 700 artists and members of the British music industry was posted online and shared on social media.

‘We, representatives from the music industry, write to demonstrate and express our determination, that love, unity and friendship, not division and hatred, must and will always be our common cause.

‘In recent months through a series of events and incidents, the anti-black racists and antisemites, plus those who advocate islamophobia, xenophobia, homophobia and transphobia, have repeatedly demonstrated that they clearly want us all to fail. 

‘Whether it be systemic racism and racial inequality highlighted by continued police brutality in America or anti-Jewish racism promulgated through online attacks, the result is the same: suspicion, hatred and division. We are at our worst when we attack one another.

‘Minorities from all backgrounds and faiths have struggled and suffered. From slavery to the Holocaust we have painful collective memories. All forms of racism have the same roots — ignorance, lack of education and scapegoating. 

‘We, the British music industry are proudly uniting to amplify our voices, to take responsibility, to speak out and stand together in solidarity. Silence is not an option.

‘There is a global love for music, irrespective of race, religion, sexuality and gender. Music brings joy and hope and connects us all. Through music, education and empathy we can find unity. We stand together, to educate and wipe out racism now and for our future generations.’

Chris Hughes is ‘gutted’ over Jesy Nelson’s new romance with Our Girl star Sean Sagar

Chris Hughes is allegedly ‘gutted’ that Jesy Nelson has moved on with Our Girl star Sean Sagar. 

According to a report from The Sun on Saturday, the former Love Island star, 27, has told friends he was unhappy to see the Little Mix star, 29, had found a new man.

A source speaking to the publication claimed: ‘Chris was really in love with Jesy and wanted it to work.

Upset: Chris Hughes is said to be ‘gutted’ over ex girlfriend Jesy Nelson’s new romance with Sean Sagar, it was claimed on Saturday

‘He thought they were going to be together for ever, so seeing pictures of her with Sean’s arms on her bare skin, looking warm and relaxed, was a hard pill to swallow. He’s gutted.

‘He’s aware that Sean and Jesy became more friendly and started hanging out soon after they split.’

The source added that Chris had taken their breakup hard and found lockdown had made things ‘doubly tough’, but stipulated that Chris had a good network of friends to support him.  

MailOnline has contacted Chris’ representatives for comment.  

Failed romance: A source claimed that Chris 'was really in love with Jesy' and has taken their breakup hard, so to see her move on with Sean 'was a hard pill to swallow'

Failed romance: A source claimed that Chris ‘was really in love with Jesy’ and has taken their breakup hard, so to see her move on with Sean ‘was a hard pill to swallow’

Last week, Jesy was seen putting on a cosy display with Sean just three weeks after she denied the pair were dating. 

The Little Mix singer was said to be ‘laughing’ as the actor ‘put his arm around her’ during a trip to Roof East bar in London‘s Stratford.

In pictures obtained by The Sun, Jesy and Sean, 30, appeared to be in good spirits as they stand together before joining a pal at a table.  

A source told the publication: ‘They seemed pretty loved up. They were hugging as they waited to go in and he had his arm round her and kissed her on the top of the head.

New love? Last week, Jesy was seen putting on a cosy display with Our Girl star Sean (pictured in 2019) as she was said to be 'laughing' as the actor 'put his arm around her'

New love? Last week, Jesy was seen putting on a cosy display with Our Girl star Sean (pictured in 2019) as she was said to be ‘laughing’ as the actor ‘put his arm around her’

‘They didn’t seem to be hiding it from anyone and looked like any new couple on a date.

While another added: ‘They looked so comfortable together and she was laughing. She looked so happy and didn’t care who was looking.’

MailOnline contacted Jesy and Sean’s representatives for comment at the time.

It comes after Jesy’s representative insisted to MailOnline in a statement that she’s ‘just friends’ with the actor after he was pictured leaving her home in Essex.

Hunky: A source claimed the pair looked 'loved-up' during their outing and 'didn't seem to be hiding it from anyone' (Sean pictured in February)

Hunky: A source claimed the pair looked ‘loved-up’ during their outing and ‘didn’t seem to be hiding it from anyone’ (Sean pictured in February)

They said: ‘Jesy has adamantly denied that she is dating Sean Sagar, and states that they are just friends.’

At the start of July Sean was spotted leaving Jesy’s house in pictures obtained by The Sun, after spending several days with her at a mutual friend’s house in Reading. 

Sources claimed the pair headed back to Jesy’s home and he left later that evening. 

Sean is known for his role as Private Jaiden ‘Monk’ Montgomery in the BBC series Our Girl opposite Michelle Keegan, and also appeared in the Guy Ritchie film The Gentlemen earlier this year.

Not true! However Jesy denied claims she was dating Our Girl's Sean back at the start of July, insisting in a statement they're 'just friends'

Not true! However Jesy denied claims she was dating Our Girl’s Sean back at the start of July, insisting in a statement they’re ‘just friends’

Jesy and Sean also follow each other on Instagram, and in the past he has liked several of her sexy social media snaps.

A source told The Sun: ‘Jesy and Sean have really hit it off. Their special bond has cheered him up too, as all his acting work had been put on hold due to Coronavirus.

‘So hanging out with Jesy has made him really happy again. But Jesy has insisted he’s just a mate to her.’

It comes three months after it was revealed that Jesy had split from her boyfriend Chris Hughes as they began to isolate separately during the COVID-19 lockdown. 

Screen star: Sean is known to many for his role as Private Jaiden 'Monk' Montgomery in the BBC series Our Girl opposite Michelle Keegan

Screen star: Sean is known to many for his role as Private Jaiden ‘Monk’ Montgomery in the BBC series Our Girl opposite Michelle Keegan

Jesy has been spending lockdown in her Essex home with best friend Charlotte Driver after her split from Chris.

A source told The Sun: ‘Jesy and Chris split up a couple of weeks ago. It was all very amicable and they’re still really good friends.

‘Jesy rang Chris and led the conversation about their relationship and both agreed that it felt like it had run its course – they’re both absolutely fine.’ 

The Little Mix singer has also dated Diversity’s Jordan Banjo, Rixton star Jake Roche, along with TOWIE’s Chris Clark. 

End: Jesy and Chris' split came as a surprise to many fans as they had appeared to be madly in love, though sources claimed they've remained friends (pictured in happier times)

End: Jesy and Chris’ split came as a surprise to many fans as they had appeared to be madly in love, though sources claimed they’ve remained friends (pictured in happier times)  

Little Mix stars Perrie Edwards and Leigh-Anne Pinnock perfect their dance moves

Little Mix stars Perrie Edwards and Leigh-Anne Pinnock perfect their dance moves as band prepare for their FIRST gig of the year at digital event

Summer may well be cancelled for many, but Little Mix are hoping to bring some sunshine to Britain’s living rooms with a forthcoming virtual performance.

The four-piece group have been lined up for the second UNCancelled! digital performance organised by Meerkat Music, in conjunction with price comparison website Comparethemarket.com. 

Rehearsing at Hertfordshire’s Knebworth House on Friday, band-members Perrie Edwards and Leigh-Anne Pinnock polished off their moves ahead of the special event, which takes place at 8:00pm on August 21st. 

... and Leigh-Anne Pinnock rehearsed at Hertfordshire's Knebworth House on Friday ahead of their Meerkat Music performance on August 21st

Here we go: Little Mix band members Perrie Edwards (L) and Leigh-Anne Pinnock (R) rehearsed at Hertfordshire’s Knebworth House on Friday ahead of their Meerkat Music performance on August 21st

Taking to the stage inside the grounds of the Grade II listed English country house, Perrie caught the eye in a leopard print top and beige, high-slung cargo pants.

The 27-year old teamed her outfit with a generously cut matching jacket,  while chunky white trainers rounded things off.

Joining her band-mate, Leigh-Anne, 28, showed off her slender physique in a form-fitting co-ord while working through her choreography.

Looking good: Taking to the stage inside the grounds of the Grade II listed English country house, Perrie caught the eye in a leopard print top and beige, high-slung cargo pants

Looking good: Taking to the stage inside the grounds of the Grade II listed English country house, Perrie caught the eye in a leopard print top and beige, high-slung cargo pants

Hard to miss: Joining her band-mate, Leigh-Anne showed off her slender physique in a form-fitting co-ord while working through her choreography

Hard to miss: Joining her band-mate, Leigh-Anne showed off her slender physique in a form-fitting co-ord while working through her choreography

Hard to miss: Joining her band-mate, Leigh-Anne showed off her slender physique in a form-fitting co-ord while working through her choreography

Finishing touches: Perrie teamed her outfit with a generously cut matching jacket, while chunky white trainers rounded things off

Finishing touches: Perrie teamed her outfit with a generously cut matching jacket, while chunky white trainers rounded things off

Little Mix will perform eight songs in total from their extensive back catalogue, with six available to viewers of the show and a further two songs exclusively available to those with a comparethemarket.com account. 

The performance, available to view on the Meerkat YouTube channel, will be the band’s first performance this year after their UK Summer Tour was cancelled due to the ongoing coronavirus health crisis. 

Fans will also have an opportunity to watch TV meerkats Aleksandr and Sergei interview the band, which also includes Jesy Nelson and Jade Thirlwall, about the live-streamed gig, as well as their summer plans.   

Coming soon: Little Mix will perform eight songs, with six available to viewers of the show and a further two songs exclusively available to those with a comparethemarket.com account

Coming soon: Little Mix will perform eight songs, with six available to viewers of the show and a further two songs exclusively available to those with a comparethemarket.com account

Reflecting on their forthcoming show, Leigh-Anne admitted the band couldn’t wait to get back on stage. 

She said: ‘We’ve been devastated that we couldn’t perform live this Summer, it’s the thing we have missed the most as a band.’ 

Jesy added: ‘We can’t wait to get the nation together digitally to perform some of our favourite songs for one big party in their homes and gardens.’

Prior to the performance comparethemarket.com rewards members will also have the opportunity to request pre-show messages. 

Can't wait: 'We've been devastated that we couldn't perform live this Summer, it's the thing we have missed the most as a band,' said Leigh-Anne

Can’t wait: ‘We’ve been devastated that we couldn’t perform live this Summer, it’s the thing we have missed the most as a band,’ said Leigh-Anne