Live review: Little Mix, Newcastle City Hall

SUPERB SHOW ... from left, Little Mix's Jade Thirlwall, Perrie Edwards, Jesy Nelson and Leigh-Anne Pinnock.
SUPERB SHOW ... from left, Little Mix's Jade Thirlwall, Perrie Edwards, Jesy Nelson and Leigh-Anne Pinnock.

LITTLE Mix rocked a full house at Newcastle City Hall last night.

The X Factor-winning band, which stars South Shields girls Jade Thirlwall and Perrie Edwards, are on tour with their debut album DNA.

The girls, who were supported by boybands ReConnected and The Mend, were greeted on stage by thousands of screaming fans.

Giant screens behind the band, which also includes Jesy Nelson and Leigh-Anne Pinnock, revealed inspirational messages, such as ‘Express yourself’, before the girls came out to album track, We Are Who We Are.

The girls quickly moved on to Stereo Soldier before stopping to tell the crowd how amazing it was for them to be there.

The group were backed up by a band and four dancers, who displayed some impressive moves.

They themselves showed off slick dance moves, and were perfectly in sync with each other as they moved to tracks like Nicki Minaj’s Super Bass, No1 single Wings, and a medley of girlband songs.

Little Mix also took the audience back to their X Factor days by performing covers of Katy Perry’s Alien and En Vogue’s Don’t Let Go.

The girls showed off their stunning vocals and harmonies with album tracks like Always Be Together, Going Nowhere and Turn Your Face.

It’s been just a year since they took the top prize on the X Factor, but the amount they’ve grown is amazing.

With beaming smiles on their faces throughout the whole show, you could tell they loved every moment, and that performing is what they were born to do.

They left the stage after DNA, before the crowd chanting their name brought them back to perform new single, Change Your Life.

It was an all-round stunning performance from a band, who are destined to be huge the world over.

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