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X Factor's Little Mix to play Plymouth Pavilions

By Jo_Wood  |  Posted: September 03, 2012

Little Mix

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The hottest new girl band in the country Little Mix have announced their debut UK tour for 2013. Taking in 18 venues across the UK including a debut visit at Plymouth Pavilions on Monday 11 February 2013.

Signed to Syco Music, Little Mix have wasted no time in wowing live arenas and huge crowds on The X Factor Tour, at T4 On The Beach and as special guests on JLS’s 2012 summer tour, including a recent appearance at Powderham Castle, Exeter.

Their debut headline tour follows the triumphant No.1 single ‘Wings’, which entered the top of the charts on Sunday, and their debut album, due for release in November.

Perrie, Jesy, Leigh-Anne and Jade said of the tour: “It’s so exciting that we’re about to go out on our first tour! We’ve spent most of the year recording our album and we can’t wait to see our fans again”

Little Mix originally auditioned for the X Factor as solo performers; under the tutelage of judge and mentor Tulisa Contostavlos they joined forces to become Little Mix, X Factor’s first ever victorious group.

Having captured the hearts and minds of the nation with their winning chemistry, musical sensibility and breath-taking vocal prowess, the girls shot straight to No.1 with their debut single ‘Cannonball’.

They returned last week with the acclaimed single ‘Wings’, released through Syco/Sony Music which soared to No1 into the charts.

Built on a strident soul and r’n’b-flavoured rhythm and featuring an astonishing vocal turn from each member, ‘Wings’ marks Little Mix out as a truly captivating new act.

The four girls - Perrie Edwards, Jesy Nelson, Leigh-Anne Pinnock and Jade Thirlwall – have taken their time working on music for their debut album and the first offering from it is a distinctive, attention-grabbing pop smash.

With the UK’s music scene in need of a fresh-faced, exciting girl band, Little Mix are blessed with the tunes and the personalities to stake their claim as the most thrilling prospect in chart music today. Don’t miss seeing Little Mix live next year.

Tickets on sale 10am on Friday 7 September 2012 and cost £29.50 & £19.50 subject to a booking fee). Tickets are limited to 6 per customer and under 14s must be accompanied by an adult. To book tickets contact the Box Office on 0845 146 1460 Or visit www.plymouthpavilions.com

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  • TheodoreV  |  September 04 2012, 4:23PM

    "Hottest" eh? Just another off-the-shelf created product, to make money for its manufacturers. It's one thing for gullible teenage girls to be taken in by this flim-flam, but please not you Newspaper.

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  • o0Dj0o  |  September 04 2012, 1:37PM

    Butlin's redcoats whiten the next 18months, trust me ;)

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  • Vinnie_Gar  |  September 04 2012, 10:07AM

    The sad thing is that this charade will sell out. Then stand by for Saint Simon to drop them as soon as they stop him raking it in. X factor is TV for the hard of thinking that excels at separating the gullible from their cash.

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  • fazer58  |  September 04 2012, 9:50AM

    What instruments do these highly talented young ladies play then?

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  • niugnepyzarc  |  September 03 2012, 4:27PM

    I feel sorry for anyone paying to see these muppets live.....and I say live loosly because this kind of talentless **** is never truley `live`

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  • m_dalston  |  September 03 2012, 4:07PM

    As much as I dislike these sort talentless "celebrities" .. I unfortunately have to disagree with the below posters. These girls will make more money next year then most of us in a lifetime, travel the world and live the high-life. I feel "almost" sorry for the misguided generation of young teenage girls and "Hello/OK" readers who are paying for this.

  • JohnHibbert  |  September 03 2012, 3:57PM

    Before I read the headline, I thought to myself 'Why is there a picture of some BRATZ dolls on the herald site?'. It was a shock when I realised that they were actually real people. I feel sorry for these girls. They won't make a penny out of their work, and they will be discarded without a second glance once the record company have finished using them.

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  • urban_warrior  |  September 03 2012, 3:15PM

    I really do feel sorry for no-hopers that have been fooled into thinking they've got what it takes by the likes of Simon Cowell and others. Here today and gone tomorrow.

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  • Jannercide  |  September 03 2012, 2:56PM

    which one is posh and which one is sporty?

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  • knucklehead  |  September 03 2012, 2:42PM

    What happened to the days when new bands were called Roxy Music, Joy Division etc? Even the Nolan Sisters were better than this

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