Leigh-Anne Pinnock has revealed that she “couldn’t speak” when she met Rihanna at the BRITs because she was so starred by the stars on Little Mix: The Search.
The singer, 29, joined teammates Jesy Nelson, Jade Thirlwall and Perrie Edwards in their search for the next UK big band during Saturday’s episode.
The star made the reveal as the girls discussed how they were always star-struck when meeting celebrities, with Perrie claiming that she “had never been such a mess” when she met the actress Kate Hudson.
Nervous: Leigh-Anne Pinnock revealed she ‘couldn’t talk’ when she met Rihanna in the Brits because she was so stunned by the stars on Little Mix: The Search
Leigh-Anne then stepped in and said, “For me it was Rihanna.
Jesy then joked, “Oh when she said ‘I love your hair’ and you couldn’t even speak”, while Leigh-Anne agreed by saying, “I couldn’t speak”, before giving the felt like she was mumbling when she met her. .
Perrie then said, “I don’t think we’ll ever be cool and panic when we meet people we love!” “
Speechless: The star made the reveal on Rihanna (pictured) as the girls discussed how celebs always hit them when they met celebrities
Candid: On the Saturday night show, Perrie also admitted she was star struck when she met actress Kate Hudson
The group members then discussed their experiences at various BRIT Awards as Jade admitted that they “usually stay on their own” and sit in the corner “eating free bread.”
Perrie added, “We’re like four fan girls sitting there at the BRITS like we’ve won tickets to be there,” before Jade said, “We usually hang out and eat all the free bread!” “
Little Mix fans were thrilled last month after the launch of the girl group’s new TV show, which saw the girls looking for a boyband and auditioning for hopeful potentials.
Honest: The band members then discussed their experiences at various BRIT Awards as Jade admits they ‘usually stay on their own’ and sit in the corner ‘eating free bread’
Show us the talent! Jade joined teammates Jesy Nelson, Leigh-Anne Pinnock and Perrie Edwards, in their search for the UK’s next big groups on Saturday night.
However, in addition to loving the performances, many viewers praised the program for being “much more personal than other talent shows,” adding that the group’s individual personalities made it even better.
Fans were dazzled by the show, which was pre-taped before the COVID-19 lockdown, with dozens of praise for Little Mix for adding their own twist to the already established talented television genre.
On the show, Little Mix seeks to form six groups, a boy band, a girl vocal group, a girl dance group, a mixed group, vocal and instrumental, and R&B and rap.
Little Mix: The Search is on BBC 1 at 7 p.m. every Saturday.
Big plans: In the show, Little Mix seeks to form six groups, a boy band, a vocal girl group, a dance group for girls, a mixed group, vocal and instrumental and R&B and rap