It's getting a little boring now, right?
Little Mix returned to The X Factor stage last night, and as always, they COMPLETELY smashed it.
Jesy Nelson, Leigh-Anne Pinnock, Perrie Edwards and Jade Thirlwall sang their new track Oops with Charlie Puth before belting out upcoming single Touch.
Their performance marked five years to the day that they won the ITV1 competition themselves, under the guidance of mentor Tulisa Contostavlos.
Of course, the girls looked AH-mazing. They were working bubblegum-coloured coats for the first half of their set, which were very Pink Ladies of them.
They then stripped off, revealing they were wearing sexy grey and pink leotards underneath.
The majority of fans were wowed – both by their vocal skills and their outfits.
Tweets included: ‘@LittleMix @charlieputh amazing job! Love the colors, love the stage, love the vocals, love the dance break, I love the bond!!! #XFactor,’ and: ‘Slaaaaaaay queens 😍💓THAT WAS SO AMAZING [sic].’
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But unfortunately, not everyone was quite so positive. Once again, they received criticism for their revealing ensembles. *Sigh*.
One message read: ‘Wish #LittleMix would go back to the relatable image they had when they were on #XFactor. Don’t get why they’ve had to “sex up” so much…’ while another said: ‘Love me a bit of #LittleMix but getting a bit sick of seeing them in their underwear #sackyourstylist #notclassy #xfactor [sic].’
Others were even claiming that Jesy’s leotard had an, erm, awkward mark in the crotch area.
A very eagle-eyed viewer said: ‘Jesy’s pink camouflage design on her leotard just makes it look like she has really bad sweat patches.’
A little harsh to point out, no? And this isn’t the first time their looks have been slammed. When they last performed back in October, they ended up being labelled ‘prostitutes’ and a ‘bad influence’.
But we think they looked incredible BOTH times, and have the right to wear exactly what they want without being judged.
You keep doing you, gals.