Little Mix have announced that the final date of their tour will be live streamed for fans to follow from the comfort of their own home.
The girl group – Jade Thirlwall, Leigh-Anne Pinnock and Perrie Edwards – announced they were going on hiatus at the end of their Confetti tour in December.
The final date of the tour is scheduled for May 14 at the O2 Arena in London and can be viewed remotely with the purchase of a live stream ticket.
The “Sweet Melody” singers shared the surprising news of their streaming plans with a social media post late Tuesday (April 26).
“We are delighted to announce that we will be streaming the final show of our #ConfettiTour live from London’s O2 Arena,” the announcement read.
“Every single one of you got us to where we are today and we wanted to give you the opportunity to watch live and be part of the show with us.”
Tickets for the live stream are available here on Wednesday (April 27) from 9am BST.
In response to the news, fans – nicknamed the “Mixers” – have expressed excitement at being given another chance to see the group before taking a break.
“So happy the international mixers are getting what they have been wanting for so long,” wrote one on Twitter.
However, some supporters have shared their disappointment that the live stream is not being made available for free.
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“The least you could have done was make this free and available to all,” one commented under the post.
“Really? Do we have to pay for this?” one angry fan asked. “International fans never got anything from you anyway, so you could at least give us a free live stream.
“We’ve never experienced the same things that British fans have experienced over the years. Disappointed but not surprised.”
Little Mix have indicated that they intend to reunite in the future.
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