LITTLE Mix put on a sizzling spectacle at Fusion Festival yesterday with Jesy Nelson catching the eye in high leather hotpants.
The 28-year-old put on a sassy performance in the daring bottoms, a see-through top and over-the-knee boots.
Bandmate Perrie Edwards was just as fierce in a midriff-baring white playsuit which she wore while pulling off some high-energy moves.
Leigh-Anne Pinnock showed off her toned tum in a white long-sleeved crop top and tracksuit bottoms, as did Jade Thirlwall in dark trousers and a monochrome top.
The girls looked to be having a blast as they wowed the excited crowd with a powerful performance and equally as impressive visuals.
The show comes after the group enjoyed some well-deserved downtime during the summer, with exotic breaks after their heavy touring schedule.
Since leaving The X Factor, Little Mix have honed their sense of style – and they all look fiercer than ever.
The girl group were first put together on ITV’s boot camp, after Kelly Rowland had the bright idea to test the girls out as a group.
The ex-Destiny’s Child singer must’ve seen something special in the auditionees, as she told the other judges: “I like them together, they look fricking great together.”
But throughout the live shows, the group divided fans with their wardrobe decisions.
And looking back on their time on the show, Little Mix’s Leigh-Anne explained just how much their style had changed over the years.
She told Fabulous magazine: “We’ve stepped it up completely. Oh my God, do you remember us on The X Factor? Urgh! What were we thinking?!
“We’re getting older, we’re turning into young, beautiful ladies.”
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Jesy also added: “Definitely. When I look back at us on The X Factor, we’re like little girls, and now I feel like a woman.”
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