Little Mix The Search has launched its first ever live shows tonight, however, Mya-Louise was forced to pull out at the last minute.
The contestant is the fifth member of the girl vocal group – who have since called themselves Nostalia.
And while they gave a stunning performance, they were a man down, seeing host Chris Ramsey confirm the news.
Before the girl’s performance, he told viewers at home, that Mya-Louise couldn’t make the live shows due to ‘personal reasons’ however, he was hopeful she would return next week if the group make it through to the next round.
And Jade Thirlwall is excited to see what they can bring with an extra member
Appearing over a video call while self-isolating at home, the singer said: ‘Well, guys! Honestly, I can’t get over these vocals, never mind the best vocals on the show I honestly think you girls have got the best vocals on any talent show.
‘And I just think the fact that you adapted so last minute as a four as well, I really can’t wait to see if you get through next week, you joining forces with Mya-Louise again.’
She pressed: ‘If that’s what you can do as a four, you should be so so proud of yourself and literally I’m going to fall off my chair.’
Perrie Edwards however thought Tyler, Esther and Shanice out shone Tamara – which Leigh-Anne disagreed with.
She noted: ‘Vocals, I just, I’m speechless I’m blown away, it was just amazing.
‘I have to disagree with Pez, because Tamara, those ad libs I thought were incredible – you woke me up, I love you girls so much.’
In the end, they ended up scoring 90% – placing them at the to of the leader board.
Hopefully, next week they’ll be reunited with Mya-Louise where they can give it their all.
Little Mix The Search continues Saturdays on BBC One.
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