Little Mix’s Jade warns the public that her costume is broken

Little Mix singer Jade Thirlwall used a recent concert to warn the public that she was suffering from a wardrobe malfunction.

The band are on the Confetti tour, a planned farewell before taking an indefinite hiatus to work on solo projects.

It’s unclear if and when Little Mix will reunite once this tour is over, so fans filled venues in the thousands to see them play.

While on stage, Jade suffered a wardrobe malfunction and decided to warn the audience, telling them, “The back of my costume is broken, so if you see a breast, watch your business.”

A video posted to TikTok captured the moment, which was greeted with cheers and laughter from the adoring crowd.

The 29-year-old has had other notable interactions with fans in the Little Mix public recently, as the Daily Mirror reports – the singer’s quick thinking helped an ailing fan get the help he needed.

Jade was stirring up the crowd at Dublin’s 3 Arena during the Little Mix version of Only You, but paused mid-song for some of the audience to stop moving so the fan could get some help .

Jade Thirlwall & fellow Little Mix member Perry Edwards. Credit: Alamy

People at the gig said the girl Jade helped looked “sick and anxious” amid fears she would “get run over” in the cheering crowd.

Luckily, it all ended well, thanks in large part to Jade’s intervention, as someone claiming he was a lifeguard at the gig said the girl was “fine.”

Meanwhile, the singer has found a very special way to prepare for her run of shows in Newcastle.

They report that Jade, from South Shields, took to Instagram ahead of Little Mix’s trio of shows at the Utilita Arena over the Easter weekend to share a photo of a ham and cheese pudding sandwich. peas.

Credit: Alamy
Credit: Alamy

She said it was the first time in years that she had enjoyed the classic Geordie treat and “nothing makes her prouder” than performing in front of a local audience.

After wrapping things up for good in Newcastle, the Confetti tour will continue to take Little Mix across the UK before the band part ways on a high note with a show at London’s O2 on May 14.

From there, the band will go their separate ways to focus on their solo projects, although the door is open for a possible reunion in the future, as they say they’re taking a break rather than going their separate ways for good.

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