They're real pop stars now! X Factor winners Little Mix share the stage with Alexandra Burke and The Saturdays at first big gig

They've only been pop stars a month after winning The X Factor last month.

But Little Mix made the transition to bona fide chart idols last night as they performed their first concert.

The four-piece joined fellow X Factor alumni Alexandra Burke, The Saturdays, Chipmunk and Dionne Bromfield at a charity gig in London.

So excited: Little Mix Perrie Edwards (left) and Leigh-Anne Pinnock leave the Shepherd's Bush Empire at the Ticked Pink Girls' Night Out concert

So excited: Little Mix Perrie Edwards (left) and Leigh-Anne Pinnock leave the Shepherd's Bush Empire at the Ticked Pink Girls' Night Out concert

Pink to make the boys wink: Jade Thirlwall wore pink trainers, lipstick and a bow, while Jesy Nelson opted for pink boots
Pink to make the boys wink: Jade Thirlwall wore pink trainers, lipstick and a bow, while Jesy Nelson opted for pink boots

Pink to make the boys wink: Jade Thirlwall wore pink trainers, lipstick and a bow, while Jesy Nelson opted for pink boots

Each wearing pink accessories and lipstick to embrace the theme of the Tickled Pink Girls' Night Out gig at the Shepherd's Bush Empire, the foursome performed several songs, including their No.1 single Cannonball.

Geordies Jade Thirlwall and Perrie Edwards both wore black and pink trainers, while Essex girl Jesy Nelson wore an eye-catching pair of pale pink Doc Martin boots.

And their High Wycombe bandmate Leigh-Anne Pinnock wore a bright pink belt and pink trainers.

Wrapped up: The Saturdays (L--R) Mollie King, Rochelle Wiseman and Frankie Sandford looked chillly

Wrapped up: The Saturdays (L--R) Mollie King, Rochelle Wiseman and Frankie Sandford looked chillly

While Little Mix's stage outfits were clearly to see as they left the venue, The Saturdays were taking great pain to cover there's up.

Perhaps feeling bashful, or maybe they had forgotten their coats, Mollie King and Rochelle Wiseman left the Empire wearing white dressing gowns.

But when a fan stopped King to ask for a photo, her gown fell opening, showing her silver dress underneath.

Showing off their rings: Pregnant Una Healy (left) and Wiseman's engagement rings were clear to see
Showing off their rings: Pregnant Una Healy (left) and Wiseman's engagement rings were clear to see

Showing off their rings: Pregnant Una Healy (left) and Wiseman's engagement rings were clear to see

Bandmate Una Healy, who is seven months pregnant with her first child, wrapped up warm in a coat over her silver dress.

And of course, following their recent engagements, both Una and Rochelle were wearing their rings.

Irish Healy and rugby player Ben Foden announced their engagement in early December, just weeks before JLS singer Marvin Humes proposed to Rochelle in Antigua.

Feeling blue: Hostess Alexandra Burke was wearing dramatic blue eyeshadow and a leather basque for the show
Feeling blue: Hostess Alexandra Burke was wearing dramatic blue eyeshadow and a leather basque for the show

Feeling blue: Hostess Alexandra Burke was wearing dramatic blue eyeshadow and a leather basque for the show

All that glitters: Frankie and Mollie were wearing similar silver dresses
All that glitters: Frankie and Mollie were wearing similar silver dresses

All that glitters: Frankie and Mollie were wearing similar silver dresses

The concert was hosted by Burke, who is an ambassador for the Breast Cancer Care charity.

It's a cause close to her heart after her aunt Jean died from the disease three years ago.

Burke said recently: 'My auntie Jean had breast cancer. She died in my arms in hospital. We were there for her very last moments.

'I really do this because of her. It was a life-changing moment for my family. I just want to do my part to give back.'

It's for charity: Teen star Dionne Bromfield (left) performed, as did rapper Chipmunk
It's for charity: Teen star Dionne Bromfield (left) performed, as did rapper Chipmunk

It's for charity: Teen star Dionne Bromfield (left) performed, as did rapper Chipmunk


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