Our global pop queens Little Mix just about snatched our wigs when they announced a full arena tour of Australia.

Before that though, Australia gets to see even more of Little Mix thanks to their upcoming promo tour.

Revealed via Twitter (but of course) Perrie Edwards, Jesy Nelson, Leigh-Anne Pinnock and Jade Thirlwall are set to perform live on The Voice Australia and at a Nova Red Room.

We don’t have exact dates for you but given the fact The Voice Australia finale is scheduled for July 21, it will likely be around then.

The Daily Mail reports the group are the first global act confirmed for the show’s upcoming live finals, after Ed Sheeran reportedly declined an offer.

As for the Red Room, our advice is to keep up to date on Nova’s Twitter to be in with a chance to win tickets.

Little Mix

Okay now we can go back to gushing about our gals…

The news follows the release of Little Mix’s massive new single ‘Bounce Back’ (video below) and their Brit Awards take over where they took home trophies for ‘British Artist Video of the Year’ for ‘Woman Like Me’, and two Global Awards for ‘Best Group’ and ‘Best Song’.

A few fun facts if you were sleeping on this global pop phenomenon:

  • 21 UK hit singles
  • More than 45 million records worldwide
  • Four UK No.1 singles
  • Five Top 10 ARIA singles
  • Four platinum-selling albums
  • Nine platinum selling singles (surpassing a record previously held by the Spice Girls)
  • Their #2 ARIA album Glory Days is the biggest-selling album by a female group this millennium in the UK
  • Glory Days is the longest-reigning Top 40 album for a girl group ever

Watch Little Mix’s video for ‘Bounce Back’ below:

Little Mix’s LM5 – The Tour commences in Perth on December 7, followed by Adelaide on December 10, Melbourne on December 13, before heading to Sydney on December 14 and concludes in Brisbane on December 16.

:: RELATED – Our Top 5 Little Mix Tour Moments

Little Mix ‘LM 5 – The Tour’

Australia 2019
With Special Guest Robinson

Saturday, December 7
Rac Arena, Perth

Tuesday, December 10
Aec Arena, Adelaide

Friday, December 13
Melbourne Arena

Saturday, December 14
Qudos Bank Arena, Sydney

Monday, December 16
Brisbane Entertainment Centre