LITTLE Mix covered their faces in glitter as they revealed the release date and artwork for their new album Confetti.
The news comes after Jesy Nelson, 29, revealed she had a panic attack during her tearful BBC Radio Live Lounge performance on Monday.
Writing on their Instagram account tonight, the girls including Jade Thirwall, Perrie Edwards and Leigh-Anne Pinnock said:"CONFETTI 🎉
We are soooo happy to share this news with you guys, our new album will be all yours 6th November 2020.
"So much love, emotion and energy has gone into the making of this record and now the news is out we can finally get excited about it with you!!"
Fans were overjoyed with their announcement, and one said: "CONFETTI IS COMING TO SAVE 2020"
Another wrote: "FINALLY!!!"
Video footage from the band's performance yesterday shows Jesy stood with Perrie, Leigh-Anne and Jade when she took a turn in BBC Radio One's Live Lounge.
Jesy was seen holding her hands up to show how much she was shaking, with Leigh-Anne gesturing to her to calm down.
Concerned Jade then broke social distancing rules to rush over and comfort her pal.
The cameras airing their performance live on BBC Radio One's Live Lounge were then suddenly turned off.
Her wobble wasn't brought up by radio presenter Clara Amfo or explained to listeners.
But fans rushed to praise Jesy's performance – and her honesty about being crippled by anxiety.
One fan said: "JESY WAS CRYING AT THE END OF THE SONG WHATS GOING ON LITTLE MIX LIVE LOUNGE."
Another added: "Jesy is SO critical of herself and her vocals i hope she doesn’t think she sung badly or something? she did seem kinda off during the holiday performance even though she sounded UNREAL."
Someone else commented: "They were so nervous, you could tell. I‘m not gonna lie right, I got a bit worried after the holiday performance because it was a bit shaky and you could tell that they knew that.
"Holiday lives off the production. and then jesy… but gosh they really pulled it out the bag."
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