Entertainment Little Mix: The Search: see the band before and after fame
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's new show Little Mix:The Search sees them look for a new group that they hope will follow in their footsteps.
The girl group shot to fame on The X Factor back in 2011 and became one of the best-selling female acts of all time.
Members, , and not only succeeded commercially – with their debut album DNA making the top ten in the UK, U.S, and eight other countries – but critically, winning Brit Awards in 2017 and 2019.
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The pop stars have now sold over 50 million records worldwide, and they want to pass on their knowledge to a new act who – fingers crossed – will also take the world by storm.
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But that's in the future, so what about the past? Do you remember what the girls looked like before they hit the big time?
Keep scrolling for a stroll down memory lane…
Before they hit the charts, the Black Magic hitmakers favoured a fresh-faced, innocent look, often wearing their long hair in loose waves and sticking to simple accessories.
Little Mix photographed in December 2011
Jesy used to be much blonder with a trademark side-swept hairstyle, but she now prefers a dark shoulder-length style and much more dramatic makeup with a strong lip.
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In the debut episode of The Search on Saturday Jesy Nelson, Leigh-Anne Pinnock, Perrie Edwards and Jade Thirlwall were on the hunt for a boyband, with them auditioning several talented singers.In the debut episode of The Search Jesy Nelson, Leigh-Anne Pinnock, Perrie Edwards and Jade Thirlwall were on the hunt for a boyband, with them auditioning hopeful potentials.
Perrie has shed the high-necked dresses she wore in her earliest publicity pictures, recently stunning fans with a saucy photo of herself in.
The stars brought out the glam for their new album Confetti
Her hair, meanwhile, has gone from flowing and flower crown-adorned to sleek and ombre.
Leigh-Anne prefers a more natural hair colour these days, but back in 2011, her red hair was bang on-trend.
Jade, on the other hand, used to rock purple waves but now looks stunning with blonde curls and much more fashion-forward outfits.
Jesy recently shared a snap of the girls dressed down in matching pyjamas
In some of their earliest performances, the stars had a bit of a 1980s aesthetic, teaming big hair with leather skirts and denim waistcoats.
Jade Thirlwall gets VERY flustered as she flirts with contestant
The singer, 27, became very flirty as she chatted with the first auditionee of the night, estate agent Harry, 21, who wowed with a guitar performance of Jamie T's song Zombie.Jade Thirlwall got very flustered on Sunday night's episode of Little Mix: The Search as she flirted with a handsome boyband contestant.
The stars looked very different in their early performances
All of the girls looked sleek and stylish in, however, each pulling off sharp yet feminine styling that reflected their new roles as mentors.
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Little Mix confirm negative COVID-19 tests after case on The Search set .
The BBC series has postponed its first live show. In a statement to The Sun, a rep for band members Perrie Edwards, Jade Thirlwall, Leigh-Anne Pinnock and Jesy Nelson said: "They've all tested negative and do not need to isolate."They will be regularly tested throughout the run of the series." © BBC little mix the search BBC On Wednesday (October 14), Little Mix: The Search announced it had postponed its debut live show, which was due to air this Saturday, after a coronavirus outbreak on set.