Little Mix have finally reunited after weeks of being apart during the lockdown and are set to join forces in the nation’s next big band search on the BBC series ‘The Search’.
Little Mix is a British girl group formed in 2011 during the eighth series of the British version of ‘The X Factor’.
They are now set on looking to create a new band to support them on their next tour, this could be a boy band, girl dance, girl vocals, instrumental, rap R&B, or mixed, but they must be the judge and decide who will make the cut.
Fans of the girl group have received an update on the band’s much-anticipated talent series as the girls took to Instagram to share their latest trailer.
The post was captioned: “We’re so excited to announce that @littlemixthesearch starts September 26th on BBC One and @bbciplayer. The talent on this show is UNREAL so we can’t wait for you to see it #LittleMixTheSearch”
The trailer for the BBC series shows the Little Mix girl group texting each other and suggesting they should find a band to support them on their next tour, it then goes into different clips of them performing and then walking into the studio.
‘Little Mix: The Search’ will see the group which consists of Jesy Nelson, Jade Thirlwall, Perrie Edwards, and Leigh-Anne Pinnock, mentor singers in the hope of finding the next big band.
The series was originally scheduled to air in the spring, but due to the global Covid-19 pandemic, they had to hit pause on their plans under lockdown.
‘Little Mix: The Search’ will air on BBC One and iPlayer on Saturday, September 26th, and will be hosted by comedian Chris Ramsey.