Little Mix: Best ‘Get Weird Tour’ Performances..So Far

Little Mix have now embarked on their sold out ‘Get Weird’ tour and we are beyond obsessed with it. In case you haven’t got tickets to see the girls, don’t worry as we are Snapchatting some of the tour dates. And right now, here’s a list of some of their best performances from the tour so far.

5. A.D.I.D.A.S

This is by far one of the more sensual performances by the girlband, and we are LOVING IT. We are so happy that the girls are embracing their sexuality, and oozing with confidence. Plus Leigh-Anne is killing the rap!

4. Salute

Who doesn’t love a good female empowerment anthem? Salute is a perfect pop performance with insane choreography and killer outfits. We can see why the girls love performing it so much, because we love it just as much.

3. Secret Love Song

The girls are known for their fun, energetic performances. But they can cause pull on heartstrings in a matter of seconds, especially with this song. Secret Love Song shows that you don’t always need the biggest production and dance routines. Whilst those types of performances are pulled off incredibly well, sometimes the vocals are all you need.

2. The Get Weird Tour Mash-up

Little Mix are no stranger to a good old mash-up. The DNA and Salute tour saw them cover songs such as Macklemore’s ‘Can’t Hold Us’ and Jason Derulo’s ‘Talk Dirty’, but this is their most fun-filled  selection of covers yet.


Lightning is truly the number that portrays the best of Little Mix. From the phenomenal dance routine, to the beautiful stage production and equally showcasing the best of each members vocals. Their performance of the song cannot be faulted. The sister track to ‘DNA’ is pure pop perfection and shows why Little Mix are known as one of the biggest UK acts.

Have you been to the tour? And if so what were your favourite performances? Comment below or drop us a tweet over at CelebMix!

(P.S head over to our FaceBook page as we are giving away a load of Little Mix goodies to celebrate the tour)


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