Little Mix: The Search live show cancelled due to Boris Johnson speech

Dan Seddon
·2-min read
Photo credit: BBC
Photo credit: BBC

From Digital Spy

BBC One talent show Little Mix: The Search has made way for Prime Minister Boris Johnson's coronavirus lockdown speech tonight (October 31).

Announced this afternoon, an official statement read: "Little Mix: The Search has been postponed tonight for a BBC News Special.

"The show will now become part of a big final event weekend, with the semi-final airing at 7pm on Friday 6th November, and the final at 6.05pm on Saturday 7th November."

Photo credit: BBC
Photo credit: BBC

Related: Little Mix star Perrie Edwards reveals serious injury as she stars in The Search

In response, fans of The Search wasted no time in sharing their verdict on this last-minute decision, as one individual wrote: "Damn, this was the only thing I had to look forward to this week."

"Please upload the girls' halloween performance to youtube tonight [sad emoji] thanks love you," pleaded someone else, while a third tweeted: "So sad, but we will all be supporting the girls, the groups and the entire LM the search team next week."

Photo credit: BBC
Photo credit: BBC

Related: Little Mix's Jade Thirlwall admits she fell for her boyfriend after seeing him in drag

As we await next week's semi-final, many viewers believe they've already identified this year's winner of the show.

Who's your money on?

Little Mix: The Search returns on Friday (November 6) at 7pm on BBC One.

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