In Saturday’s episode of The Search, she debuted her new single, Sweet Melody, with Little Mix bandmates Le-An Pink and Perry Edwards.
And Jesse Nelson went on Instagram on Sunday to share a stunning photo of himself the night before following that spelling performance.
The 29-year-old black outfit looked spectacular with lots of cleavage and stunning figure.
Stunning: Jesse Nelson went to Instagram on Sunday to dress up in a stunning shoulder-padded dress and leather boots.
Jesse cuts a strong figure in the dress, featuring an attractive set of shoulder pads and a semi-sheer corset over her toned belly.
Wings heat maker chose an interesting set of thigh high leather boots, reminiscent of the Little Mix leather dresses served the night before.
She added to her look with a glamorous silver neck chain, while smoky eyes and a hint of bronze accentuated her strikingly beautiful appearance.
Showstoppers: Little Mix The Search’s first live show opens with a bang as they perform their new single Sweet Melody on Saturday
Style: Jesse puts on a black bra sizzling display that highlights her washboard abs
Sultri: Before listening to the show, Jesse went to Instagram and shared a stunning photo of herself in her outfit.
Jesse hung on to her shoulders and finished her seductive outfit, wearing her highlighted dress with her elegant curls.
The beauty temptingly titled the snap with a line of sweet remedies: ‘She made me look like a woman’.
Jesse and his bandmate Lee-Ann Pink, 29, and Perry Edwards, performed a dazzling performance on Saturday night in black and white dermatological costumes.
In the Cavid-1 epidemic, Jade Tharwall was significantly absent from the actress because she was forced to isolate herself sitting at home.
One down: Jade Tharwall was significantly absent from the actress because she was forced to isolate herself at home in the COVID-19 epidemic
Arriving on stage after the performance, host Chris Ramsay said: ‘I am delighted to finally welcome Little Mix The Search. We find the next big thing in music here. ‘
As the women took their seats, Chris added: ‘Now obviously Jade is now isolated in the house but we have here.’
Jade then appeared on screen from home and admitted that he was sorry for not being in the studio.
He said: ‘I’m fine, I have a clear idea that I can’t come here tonight but I’m glad I can do it from home.’
Details: ‘Jade has to differentiate himself this week and so will play Little Mix the Search on Mentor from home’, a statement read on the front of the show
The performance was met with applause from the fans but many went to social media to express their regret that they could not stay in Jade.
One visitor wrote: ‘Amazing! So sad Jade couldn’t stay there though, ’another added:‘ Z is missing but they killed it. ‘
Meanwhile, before the show, Jesse took to Instagram to share a dazzling picture of herself in her outfit and captioned it: ‘Who’s tuning those little melotexies to see our first performance of sweet melody?’
Following the news that Jade would not be appearing on the first live show, a statement was released stating: ‘Jade will have to separate herself this week and so she will play the role of Mentor in Little Mix the Search from home.
‘For this Saturday’s event, JD will participate via video link, Jesse, Le-Ann and Perry as well as mentors will continue.’
Artists Perry, Jesse and Leigh-Ann all cleared up despite the crew members being mixed up in question.
A source told The Sun, “They all tested negative and there is no need to separate them.” ‘They will be tested regularly during the series.’
A BBC spokesman added: ‘We can confirm that a small number of people at Little Mix the Search product have tested positive for the coronavirus and are now self-isolated following the latest government guidelines.’
We’ll be back! Host Chris Ramsay also went on Twitter to confirm that he had a negative test for COVID-19, as he told fans he was directly ‘embellished’ by postponing the live show.
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