Jade Thirlwall will be 'very emotional' after Little Mix wrap pre-hiatus tour
Since Jesy Nelson left Little Mix the controversial singer and her former band members haven't been on the best of terms.
Now working together as a trio, the girl band has kicked off their final live shows and is seemingly stronger—and closer—than ever.
Little Mix - which consists of Perrie Edwards, Leigh-Anne Pinnock and Jade Thirlwall - took the stage in Belfast last weekend as part of their long-delayed Confetti Tour.
The musicians previously announced that this tour would be their last before they go on a hiatus, though they have reaffirmed to fans that they have every intention of reuniting down the line once again as a band.
In an effort to show fans that they aren’t splitting for good, “Little Mix 2011-Forever” could be seen on giant screens in the arena.
As the slogan appeared, Thirlwall spoke to the audience and said, “We wouldn’t have got where we are today if it wasn’t for the love we have for each other."
"We have been through absolutely everything together," she continued. “We have cried together. We have laughed together. We have seen each other naked. We really are the best of friends. We are family now and that is going to remain for ever and ever, no matter what.”
And although the three of them might be family, recent turmoil with Nelson has shown that the sentiment doesn't extend towards their previous bandmate.