Um, WOW. So Perrie Edwards looks incredible in her latest Instagram selfie.
The Little Mix singer, 22, shared the stunning shot yesterday, writing the caption: ‘Freckles out in force today.’
In the image, Pezza had opted for a fairly natural look, rocking nude lips and a simple sweep of mascara. She’d pulled her blonde locks into a casual topknot.
Looking tanned and healthy, she’d slipped into a low-key vest and ripped jeans combo.
As expected, the majority of Perrie’s followers were seriously impressed. Messages included: ‘Why are you so beautiful?!’ and: ‘You look so great with freckles!!! :).’
But one person had a slightly more scathing response, writing: ‘Can anyone say “nose job?”‘
Erm. Firstly, we’re not sure that has any relevance to the picture. Secondly, Perrie’s never spoken about having any kind of surgery.
Luckily for the Newcastle-born singer, plenty of Mixers were quick to leap to her defence.
One said: ‘She doesnt have any surgery on her face lol,’ before clarifying: ‘Her nose is the same than before.’
However, unfortunately for Little Mix, they had another issue to deal with over the weekend.
The group played the final of their three Get Weird tour dates at Newcastle’s Metro Radio Arena on Saturday night.
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Of course, the majority of attendees had a brilliant time. But some younger fans were left upset when they couldn’t see over the crowds.
Mums complained on the venue’s Facebook page that, although they’d bought tickets in the seated area, a large number of those around them stood up.
As the kids weren’t allowed to stand on the chairs, they struggled to catch a glimpse of the stage. Oh :(.
A representative for Metro Radio Arena told the Daily Mirror: ‘The venue [does] not allow patrons to stand on the seats as this can result in people falling and hurting themselves and possibly other people.
‘All the security stewards are fully briefed to advise patrons to not stand on seats.
‘The event was a fully seated show, however as the nature of any live music event, patrons are inclined to stand once the concert begins. This is both true of floor and tiered seating.’