Little Mix were out in force at the BBC Music Awards last night, and we were loving their looks.
The band were channelling a seriously futuristic vibe at the annual event, this year held at Birmingham’s Genting Arena.
First up, we had Perrie Edwards, working a black mini dress with heavy gold chain mail embellishment and thigh high studded boots.
Jade Thirlwall, who is reportedly dating Jason Derulo, looked smoking’ in a sheer studded dress with metallic bra detail layered over high waisted hot pants. Miaow.
Leigh-Anne Pinnock opted for a super sexy black and silver grid patterned crop top and skirt, which revealed plenty of booty… In fact, the singer nearly had a bit of a wardrobe malfunction as she struggled to keep her skirt flaps down to protect her modesty!
Jesy completed the band’s intergalactic theme for the night with a plunging black dress with a sheer skirt, a studded bandeau top, fishnet gloves and layered chokers.
But the talking point of the night had to be the hair. Perrie and Leigh Anne stole the show with their super long slicked back plaits – very Star Wars – while Jade and Jesy worked gorgeously wild 80s curls.
The girls kicked off the show with a performance of Black Magic, but once again, they were hit with criticism on Twitter.
With tonnes of comments flooding in stating that the track could be heard playing when they had stopped singing, Little Mix were attacked for miming again, just days after facing the same accusations at the Royal Variety Performance.
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‘@LittleMix miming on the #BBCMusicAwards is horrendous!!!!! Sort it out! #miming #littlemix #shocking’, one viewer tweeted.
‘Hmm. Are they miming the chorus, but not the verses?! #littlemix #BBCMusicAwards’, another asked.
But as ever, the girls’ fans were quick to jump to their defence.
‘Little Mix miming? Nah, they’re just that good sweethearts’, one fan slammed.
We’ve heard these ladies sing s cappella on Instagram, and while they may have had a little backing track help, we agree with the latter comment – maybe they just really are that good.