Jade Thirlwall cannot get enough of a young boy showcasing his best dance moves while at a Little Mix concert.
The girl group – which consists of Jade, Jesy Nelson, Leigh-Anne Pinnock and Perrie Edwards – had planned to go on tour this year, but were forced to cancel the show due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Despite the cancellation, that has not stopped Jade, 28, from digging up some old but gold footage from the group’s past concerts.
Taking to Twitter, the singer reshared a clip of a young boy – known as Bobby Ray – dancing along to the Little Mix track No More Sad Songs from the band’s Summer Hits Tour in 2018.
Bobby seems to be having the absolute time of his life in the video, as he sways about while lipsynching along to the song.
‘My heart always bursts watching this,’ Jade tweeted from the official Little Mix account. ‘So pure. Can’t wait to see them living their best life at the next tour!’
Feeling the love and sharing their memories of the girls’ gigs, one fan replied: ‘This is what your concerts do Jade, the power of four humble girls.
‘At your first concert at The Olympia in Dublin – DNA was being performed, I got this adrenaline rush to get up & dance, bearing in mind I was in seated section than young girl saw me & done the same.’
Another added: ‘Your tour is the safest, most accepting and happiest place for so many! A place you can openly be yourself and not be judged by anyone.’
Praising the boy’s dance moves, one supporter jokingly added: ‘Lowkey scared for you girls tbh, this kid is coming to take over your spots.’
In the meantime, Little Mix had previously announced their intentions to hit the road for a number of dates across the UK and Ireland next year.
The Confetti Tour will kick off next April at the 3 Arena in Dublin, and conclude at the AO Arena in Manchester at the end of May. It will follow the release of the band’s sixth studio album Confetti, which will be released in November.
Confirming the news on social media, the girls wrote: ‘Who’s ready for the CONFETTI TOUR 2021.
‘The thought of getting back on stage and seeing your faces means the world to us, we cannot wait!’
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