Little Mix break down in tears at final gig afterparty before going on hiatus

LITTLE Mix broke down in tears as they hosted a wild party before heading on their indefinite hiatus.

Leigh-Anne Pinnock, Jade Thirlwall and Perrie Edwards wrapped up their Confetti tour at London’s O2 Arena on Saturday in a concert titled The Last Show (for now…) which was streamed around the globe for their legion of fans. 

Following the end of their tour, the glamorous trio hosted a private bash, which featured a free-flowing bar and pick n mix stand, in London on Sunday to thank their friends, family and team for their support.

The farewell party even featured a performance of Little Mix's greatest hits by three drag queens which included their 2017 track Power. 

Jade also took to the mic to thank their guests and vowed the band were 'stronger than ever'.

She even admitted that her Rizzle Kicks boyfriend Jordan Stephens was responsible for making them change their band name on The X Factor in 2011. 

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The 29-year-old beauty said: “No amount of songs could possibly explain how thankful we are for everybody here tonight.

“I just want to say that we love each other so much. We are sisters, we are family.

This is very bittersweet, very bittersweet, but it's the best time to do this because we are stronger than ever.

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"We are happier than ever. It is now more than ever that we should be doing this."

A guest in the crowd shouted: "Rhythmix!"

The band, which formed on X Factor in 2011, changed their name after a Brighton-based charity named Rhythmix, which provides music opportunities for young people, threatened legal action. 

However Jade revealed that it was her boyfriend Jordan who convinced the girls to change their name. 

"Shout out to my boyfriend who made us actually change our name in 2011. It was his fault, yeah! Jade added. 

Meanwhile Jade admitted that she was already looking forward to the Little Mix reunion.

She ended: “Yeah so many things are on the way, along our journey.

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“I'm already counting down to the reunion, so don't worry about it."

“We want everybody here to not cry, don’t be sad. Let’s celebrate this. Let’s celebrate the history we made. We love you all! Thank you!” 

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