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Jade Thirlwall halts Little Mix concert to help ‘ill and anxious’ fan struggling in the audience


Jade Thirlwall came to the rescue of a struggling fan at Little Mix‘s concert in Dublin on Wednesday night.

The singer, 29, was part way through a performance of the band’s hit Only You alongside Perrie Edwards and Leigh-Anne Pinnock when she noticed a girl in distress.

In fans videos shared to social media, Jade was seen asking the crowd at the 3Arena to stop jumping so that medics could reach the girl, who was said to be ‘ill and anxious.’

So kind: Jade Thirlwall came to the rescue of a struggling fan at Little Mix’s concert in Dublin on Wednesday night

Addressing the audience on stage, she was heard saying: ‘I just want everybody in this area to be still and let this girl get sorted out so she’s well.’

The South Shields native told the rest of the crowd that they were free to carry on dancing, telling them: ‘Everybody else you can jump’.

The caring star was later seen waving in the girl’s direction before continuing on with the 22-song set.

Concert: The singer, 29, was part way through a performance of the band's hit Only You alongside Perrie Edwards and Leigh-Anne Pinnock when she noticed a girl in distress [Little Mix performing last week]

Concert: The singer, 29, was part way through a performance of the band’s hit Only You alongside Perrie Edwards and Leigh-Anne Pinnock when she noticed a girl in distress [Little Mix performing last week]

People commented on social media posts about the incident noted that the girl looked ‘ill and anxious’ and was ‘getting squished’ in the crowd. 

It comes after fans were left in tears on Saturday night as Little Mix confirmed that Confetti will be their last ever tour as the girl band – despite previously saying they would simply be ‘taking a break.’

Appearing on stage, the X Factor stars delighted a packed out stadium with their singing and dancing skills as the trio made their final return to the stage, before going their separate ways. 

Helping hand: In fans videos shared to social media, Jade was seen asking the crowd at the 3Arena to stop jumping so that medics could reach the girl, who was said to be 'ill and anxious'

Helping hand: In fans videos shared to social media, Jade was seen asking the crowd at the 3Arena to stop jumping so that medics could reach the girl, who was said to be ‘ill and anxious’

To the rescue: Addressing the audience on stage, she was heard saying: 'I just want everybody in this area to be still and let this girl get sorted out so she's well'

To the rescue: Addressing the audience on stage, she was heard saying: ‘I just want everybody in this area to be still and let this girl get sorted out so she’s well’

On Saturday night, one devastated fan tweeted a clip of Perrie’s acknowledgement that this would be their last tour, and wrote: ‘Currently crying because Leigh basically confirmed this is their last ever tour whilst on stage.

‘Heartbroken #ConfettiTour #littlemix #ConfettiTourBelfast… It was just before they sung “Love Me Or Leave Me”. She said it would only be right to sing a fan favourite on their final tour.’

Someone else tweeted a clip of Leigh-Anne asking which song the crowd wanted to hear, given that it was their ‘final tour.’

Another fan noted: ‘#LittleMix is doing a LOT more than usual in their tour and it’s kinda scary. It’s giving “the last greatest girl group tour ever” vibes, like they are not ever gonna come back 

Heartbroken: Little Mix fans were left in tears on Saturday as Little Mix confirmed that Confetti will be their last ever tour as the girl band

Farewell! Appearing on stage, the X Factor stars delighted a packed out stadium in Belfast with their singing and dancing skills

Farewell! Appearing on stage, the X Factor stars delighted a packed out stadium in Belfast with their singing and dancing skills

Devastated: On Saturday night, one devastated fan tweeted a clip of Perrie's acknowledgement that this would be their last tour

Devastated: On Saturday night, one devastated fan tweeted a clip of Perrie’s acknowledgement that this would be their last tour

It comes after Little Mix announced in December they would be ‘taking a break’ to pursue solo projects after the Confetti tour, following 10 years together. 

They revealed the news in a series of heartfelt tweets, explaining: ‘We feel the time is right to take a break so we can recharge and work on some other projects.’  

They wrote in full: ‘We wanted to let you all know that after the Confetti tour in April/May next year we are going to be taking a break from Little Mix.

‘It’s been 10 amazing years, a wonderful non-stop adventure, and we feel the time is right to take a break so we can recharge and work on some other projects.   

Last ever: Someone else tweeted a clip of Leigh-Anne asking which song the crowd wanted to hear, given that it was their 'final tour'

Last ever: Someone else tweeted a clip of Leigh-Anne asking which song the crowd wanted to hear, given that it was their ‘final tour’

Concerned: One fan admitted feeling 'concerned' by the prospect that this would be the band's final tour

Concerned: One fan admitted feeling ‘concerned’ by the prospect that this would be the band’s final tour

‘We can’t thank you enough for your love and never-ending support since the beginning. We love you all SO much.’

Little Mix went on: ‘We are not splitting up – Little Mix are here to stay. We have plans for more music, tours and performances in the future. We’ve made so many incredible memories with you all, and we can’t wait to make so many more. 

‘We’re sisters and we’ll always have each other and you, the fans, in our lives. Little Mix is forever, see you on tour! Jade, Leigh-Anne and Perrie.’       

Break: Perrie, Leigh-Anne and Jade announced their band Little Mix was going on hiatus last year

Break: Perrie, Leigh-Anne and Jade announced their band Little Mix was going on hiatus last year



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