Little Mix ladies reunite for intimate London performance

Little Mix fans are thrilled after the ladies were reunited on Thursday evening for a party in London after a summer of rest and relaxation.

All the girls looked as stunning as ever in a variety of hot outfits as they launched their new Simple skincare collaboration with an intimate performance.

Afer undergoing her throat operation, Perrie was glowing as she rocked up to the bash in a pair of jeans, corset top and cropped shirt.

The singer, who finished off her look with tan sandals, was also sporting a huge, show-stopping head of wavy blonde hair.

Jade Thirlwall was also rocking denim, opting for a dark denim shirt and loose-fitting jeans combo.

The smitten singer was joined by boyfriend Jed Elliott, who could be seen climbing into a taxi with her after their performance.

Leigh-Anne Pinnock and Jesy Nelson appeared to coordinate their outfits on the night, with Leigh-Anne rocking a sexy, bright yellow PVC look and Jesy dressed in a yellow tartan skirt with a black print T-shirt.

Perrie, Leigh-Anne, Jesy and Jade have all been enjoying a summer off from recording and touring, with Perrie and Jade jet-setting around Europe and Leigh-Anne sparking engagement rumours.

However, it looks like their extended holiday is over after they also released a snippet of a new track.

Earlier this month, without warning, a clip of the sassy song was dropped on their Instagram page, with the girls seen boppping along to the beat in the back of a car.

"Hell yeah I am / I don’t need a man /If I’m loving you it’s ‘cos I can / I don’t want your cash," mouthed the girls over the r&b tinged track.

They then repeate the feisty line "I put my own rock on my hand," while flaunting their jewellery at the camera.

The single will be the group’s first as a four piece in two years.

Leigh Anne, 26, announced earlier this year that the band’s next album would be out for release in 2018.

It’ll be their fifth Little Mix record, following the hugely successful Glory Days, which debuted at number one in the UK Albums Chart in November 2016.

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