Little Mixs Jade cries on stage after telling fans shes hiding her problems

Little Mix’s Jade Thirlwall has sparked concerned after breaking down in tears during a live performance.

The X Factor winners were entertaining fans at an Apple Music concert on Tuesday night when 25-year-old Jade suddenly became very emotional.

She broke down and wept during a performance of romantic ballad Only You.

Choked-up Jade was unable to sing her lines, prompting concerned looks from her bandmates and a hug from Leigh-Anne Pinnock.

While fans at the London gig rushed to offer their support by singing the heartfelt lyrics back at Jade.

After the song was over, Jade requested a hot water lemon and some ’tissues for her issues.’

Leigh-Anne reached a supportive arm to Jade

She burst into tears

Jade was unable to carry on

She looked very emotional

Earlier this week, Jade, who is dating The Struts’ Jed Elliott joked about ‘hiding her problems’ as she shared a video of her dog on Instagram.

Jade and Jed have been together since 2015 but have been apart in recent weeks as he tours the US.

While Little Mix are also busy with their promo tour ahead of the release of LM5.

Jade Thirlwall and Jed Elliott

Jade and Jed Elliot enjoyed a date night at the BRIT Awards in February

It’s been a drama-filled month for the girls as it was revealed Simon Cowell’s SYCO record label had parted ways with them just days before their fifth album going on sale.

It was rumoured the X Factor girl band and music mogul had a huge fall out during the making of their new record.

But now, breaking his silence on the split, the dad-of-one has explained what really happened.

Simon Cowell and Little Mix have parted ways

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Simon said the fall out was with the band’s management company, Modest, over a songwriting credit on their new track Woman Like Me.

“It was just embarrassing, funnily enough, I was more annoyed, again, not about me, but about the fact people who had worked so hard in my company were being misrepresented.

“Why do artists think they’re more important than staff members? They’re not. They’re the same,” he shared.