Perrie Edwards wants to go speed dating and reveals she's SINGLE despite dinner with Luke Pasqualino

The Little Mix singer revealed she and band mate Leigh-Anne Pinnock are the only girls in the band without a man

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Perrie insists she's single

Perrie Edwards wants to go speed-dating, despite growing close to hunky actor Luke Pasqualino.

The Little Mix beauty, who is single after her messy split from Zayn Malik last summer, was spotted on a date with the Musketeers star as they went to see Aladdin in London's West End recently.

The good-looking pair, who were introduced by a mutual friend, then headed to celeb nightspot Mahiki with friends.

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She recently had a date with Luke Pasqualino

But although Perrie says they are getting to know each other, she is single, along with Leigh-Anne Pinnock, who recently split from footballer Jordan Kiffin after three years together.

Asked if they are the only members of the band not tied down, Perrie exclusively told Mirror Celeb: "We are! [I'd look for] someone honest, fit, a hunky man.

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The girls want to go speed-dating
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Perrie thinks it would be "total jokes"

"I said in the group chat I'd love to do speed-dating, it'd be so much fun! Total jokes."

Luke might want to hurry up and make it official!

Leigh-Anne added that she wanted someone who had "bants" and would also be up for speed-dating.

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Little Mix performed at V Festival this weekend
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They were so nervous

Meanwhile, Little Mix insist they would never want to have solo careers like The Saturdays if the band ever disbands.

The girls - Perrie, Leigh-Anne, Jesy Nelson and Jade Thirlwall - performed at V Festival this weekend and admitted they were "sh***ing" themselves before their first set in Staffordshire.

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They stunned on stage during their first set

Jesy told us: "We were literally just saying yesterday, because we had such a full-on set, 'Imagine coming out to this crowd on your own', it'd be awful, I'd hate it. It's so nice having each other, we love it."

The girls have the first single ready from their next album and say their sound is "still very much Little Mix".

Asked if they are going to party tonight after their performance in Chelmsford, Perrie said: "We always find ways to play. We couldn't party yesterday because obviously we had tonight, we've got to be professional."


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