Little Mixs Perrie Edwards cries as shes told not to sing at bands last gig

Get the best celeb gossip with the Daily Star Showbiz newsletter

Perrie Edwards revealed to Little Mix fans attending their show at London's O2 arena that she had been told not to perform by medics.

But the singer still took to the stage with bandmates Leigh-Anne Pinnock and Jade Thirlwall, despite suffering from a throat infection.

The X-Factor girl band are due to give their final performance at the O2 tonight (May 14) before they take an indefinite break.

During the last show, Perrie addressed the packed crowd, saying: "I have a bit of a throat infection, and my doctor was like, 'You shouldn't be singing, you shouldn't perform.'

"I said: 'Tough!' I said there is no way I am missing out on London's O2. Can you imagine? I said, ‘Don’t worry, doc. Our crowds will sing every single line."

The singer became emotional as she thanked Little Mix fans for their support over the years.

While crying tears of joy, she said: "You are incredible.

"We are so thankful. And we are grateful to you guys as well for making this the most amazing ten years of our lives."

Bandmate Jade agreed as she too addressed the audience, also visibly emotional.

"It’s so nice being out here and seeing all your faces," she said.

"Can you believe it has been over ten years of Little Mix?

For more of the latest showbiz news from Daily Star, make sure you sign up to one of our newsletters here.

"We have been through everything together, all the ups, all the downs, we’ve laughed together, we’ve cried together, we’ve got through some of the darkest moments in our lives together.

"We have created some of the most incredible memories. The sisterhood and the bond that we have will last forever."

The band revealed that while they are not splitting up, they will be taking a break from performing for some time, with Perrie previously remarking that they would return in a few years time.

  • Little Mix
  • Perrie Edwards
  • Jade Thirlwall
  • Leigh-Anne Pinnock

Source: Read Full Article