Little Mix pose as a trio in glittery gold bodysuits as they celebrate first UK Number One since Jesy Nelson quit

Little Mix pose as a trio in glittery gold bodysuits as they celebrate first UK Number One since Jesy Nelson quit

LITTLE Mix posed as a trio in glittery gold bodysuits as they celerbate their first UK Number One since Jesy Nelson quit.

The three singers looked stunning posing in their gold bodysuits, all with their hair floating about.

The photo – which shows Leigh-Anne Pinnock, Perrie Edwards and Jade Thirlwall looking stunning – is to celebrate their number one.

They captioned the image: "Sweet Melody is NUMBER ONE 🔥🔥🔥 Thank you everyone who’s supported the song this week 🖤. WE LOVE YOU ALL 🎉 xx"

MTV also celebrated Sweet Melody, sharing a photo of each member holding up a trophy.

They wrote on Instagram: "Sweet Melody is NUMBER ONE 🔥🔥🔥 Thank you everyone who’s supported the song this week 🖤. WE LOVE YOU ALL 🎉 xx"



Perrie accidentally leaked the news of the number one before the news hit BBC Radio One.

She posted a shot of some roses she had been given by boyfriend Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain to celebrate the achivement.

The star wrote"No1 Babyyyyy 😍" while Sweet Melody, their third single from the Confetti album, played.

She also posted the cute note from the Watford footballer, which read: "#1 Love From Alex xx."


Little Mix was rocked last month by the news that  Jesy Nelson had sensationally quit Little Mix, admitting that nine years in the group had taken its toll on her mental health.

Jesy told her followers that she was leaving Little Mix with a "heavy heart" as she reflected on the success the band have enjoyed since winning The X Factor in 2011, insisting it had been the "most incredible time" of her life.

She continued: "I can't thank you all enough from the bottom of my heart for making me feel like the luckiest girl in the world.

"You have always been there to support and encourage me and I will never ever forget it.

"The truth is, recently being in the band has really taken a toll on my mental health. I find the constant pressure of being in a girl group and living up to expectations very hard."

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