Little Mix Confirm New Talent Show The Search Will Air On BBC One Next Year

Little Mix have confirmed plans for their own talent search, which will see the groups mentoring aspiring pop groups.

Airing on BBC One in the new year, Little Mix: The Search will see members of the band creating new all-female, all-male and mixed groups, made up of aspiring singers.

Little Mix said (in unison, we assume, although that wasn’t made clear in the press release): “We want to create lots of incredible groups who really gel. As we have been there and done it ourselves, we know what it takes to make a group successful, and will be there to mentor them every step of the way.

“We want solo artists to audition as well as groups and every type of genre is welcome too. It’s going to be really exciting and people can apply right now!”

Little Mix (Photo: BBC)

Over the course of the series, the girls will then mentor the groups they’ve created, with help from the “inner circle” that has helped Little Mix on their rise to stardom since their days on The X Factor, which includes songwriters, music producers, vocal coaches and stylists.

Charlotte Moore, the director of content at the BBC, said: “One of Britain’s most popular all-female bands Little Mix will bring their magic to BBC One on Saturday nights in 2020 in a brand new show set to inspire the next generation of young artists.”

Anyone interested in applying for the show can check out more information on the BBC’s website.

Little Mix: The Search will air on BBC One in 2020 (Photo: BBC)

Little Mix first shot to fame in 2011 when they became the first band to win The X Factor. 

Since then, they’ve released five albums, topped the UK singles chart on four occasions and toured America with both Ariana Grande and Demi Lovato.

Last year, just weeks before the release of their latest album LM5, it was revealed that Little Mix had parted ways from Simon Cowell’s Syco record label, and signed a new deal with RCA.

Simon is still an executive producer and judge on The X Factor, which launched its new celebrity series last week.

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1. Their Comments About Female Empowerment

They told Wonderland magazine last year: "Girl power is what we're about. It's what we stand for as a group. We want to do everything we can to make women feel better about themselves."

3. When Leigh-Anne Refused To Let The Paps Get A Pic Of Perrie Looking Sad

When your friend's going through a break-up, you'll do all you can to make sure their ex doesn't see them looking sad, right?

8. When Jesy Said She She'll Be Having The Other Girls As Her Bridesmaids

She told MailOnline last year: 'I wouldn't have anyone else.'

12. When They Hit The Red Carpet With Their Mums...

Here they are with their mothers on the red carpet at the Brit Awards. Adorable.

15. When They Stick Up For One Another

When Katie Hopkins slagged Jesy off on Twitter, Jade spat back, telling HuffPost UK: 'I just think she [Hopkins] is a really sad person... I think it’s really sad that she has to try and find some kind of limelight by slating everyone else."

16. When They Went All Out For Halloween

They're clearly not afraid of a group costume - though we never had them down as Kiss fans.

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