Little Mix have revealed they’re set to perform live on The Voice Australia.
The British girl group are the first global act confirmed to be appearing during the show’s upcoming live finals, after Ed Sheeran reportedly declined an offer.
Taking to Twitter on Saturday, they told Aussie fans: ‘We can’t wait to see you.’
On their way! British girl group Little Mix (pictured) have revealed they’re set to perform live on The Voice Australia during the show’s upcoming live finals
The group, consisting of members Jesy Nelson, Perrie Edwards, Jade Thirlwall, Leigh-Anne Pinnock, also announced they’ll be doing a show for Nova while Down Under.
‘Australia, we can’t wait to bring the LM5 tour to you in December,’ they tweeted.
‘But before that we’re coming over for a quick trip! We’ll be on The Voice and Nova Red Room. We can’t wait to see you!’
There is currently no date confirmed for the Nova Red Room show, but with The Voice finale believed to be July 21, it will likely be around then.
Surprise! The group announced the news on Twitter on Saturday, while also revealing they’ll be performing a show for Nova’s Red Room while Down Under in July
Earlier this month, Little Mix announced they’ve postponed their Australian tour from July to December, with member Perrie Edwards (pictured) saying the show ‘wasn’t ready’
Earlier this month, Little Mix announced they had to postpone their full length Australian tour, which was initially set for July.
‘We just thought postponing it would be a thousand times better than doing a show that wasn’t ready,’ Perrie recently told The Late Late Show With James Corden.
The 25-year-old added that the band of four are perfectionists, saying: ‘If it isn’t going to be the best show possible, it is not going to be good enough.’
Perrie also revealed that part of the reason they postponed was so they could release the new single, Bounce Back, and properly promote it.
No show: Last week, Daily Mail Australia revealed that The Voice Australia bosses had hoped to line Ed Sheeran up for the show’s grand finale – but he declined their offer
Last week, Daily Mail Australia revealed that The Voice Australia bosses had hoped to line Ed Sheeran up for the show’s grand finale.
Coach Delta Goodrem is said to have invited Ed to perform a duet with her – but his longtime manager politely declined the offer.
Stuart Camp, who represents Ed, told Delta that the duet was simply ‘not an option’ as he would not be in Australia at that time.
Little Mix are the first act confirmed to be appearing during the show’s upcoming live finals in front of coaches Guy Sebastian, Delta Goodrem, Kelly Rowland and Boy George