LITTLE MIX star Jade Thirlwall showcased her incredible figure in a skimpy bodysuit for the band's latest music video.
Perrie Edwards and Leigh-Anne Pinnock put their baby bumps on display as the group dressed as angels for the Heartbreak Anthem video.
Jadeis now the only member of the band not expecting.
And she revved up the sex appeal in a corset covered with pink fluff, fairy lights and pearls.
"The thing is, I always understand the assignment," Jade joked sharing a glimpse of her look on Instagram.
Jade was filming Little Mix's video for Heartbreak Anthem, which sees them team up with Galantis and David Guetta.
In other scenes the group channel Victoria's Secret angels as they pose in huge feathery wings.
Perrie, Jade, and Leigh-Anne are all bare foot on hardwood floors, and wearing glitzy embellished bodices that show off their legs – their hair in elaborate up-dos.
Jade is in the centre, wearing an almost dungaree-style burlesque one-piece over a white shirt.
Perrie is wearing a silver number, with long tassels along the chest and waist doing an expert job at concealing her growing bump.
Leigh-Anne's, however, is more prominent – with the beauty also in silver, with additional detailing around the bust and hips.
Although her stomach isn't clearly on display, there is a noticeable curve to the mum-to-be's frame.
Leigh-Anne was the first to announce her pregnancy at the start of May, sharing loved-up snaps with fiance Andre Gray, showing her bare bump in all its glory.
Perrie followed less than a week later, also posing for a sweet pregnancy shoot with her partner Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain.
Soon after they shared the news, the duo debuted their changing bods at the Brit Awards, where they made history as the first girl group to win the Best British Group gong.
Little Mix's Heartbreak Anthem video was shot in East London’s historic Wilton’s Music Hall with the same director as Confetti.
Galantis star Christian Karlsson said of the exciting collaboration: "We’ve been working on ‘Heartbreak Anthem’ for over a year now! It started with just the chord progression at a studio in London right before the pandemic.
"As many collaborations have gone in these times, it was a remote work in progress for months, with stems sent back and forth from London to Los Angeles to Stockholm to Paris.
"We’d been talking with David about working together for a long time, and having Little Mix and their unique, strong vocals has made this one really special. Feels great to finally get this out into the world!"
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