Jesy Nelson in tears as she flies home to London after Little Mix perform last concert

JESY Nelson was in tears as she jetted home from Los Angeles while her former Little Mix bandmates performed their final concert.

Jade Thirlwall, Leigh-Anne Pinnock and Perrie Edwards took to the stage as a trio for the last time on Saturday night as Little Mix goes on hiatus.

Jesy, who quit the group in December 2020, has been in LA for two months working on her debut solo album but she revealed she's on her way home, suggesting the record is complete.

Posting a snap of her looking emotional with a female pal, Jesy wrote: "We've laughed, we've cried, we've done it all baby girl. Here's to the next chapter."

The Boyz singer then shared one of her with two male friends, and said: "My boys, my family, my absolute weirdos.

"What a bloody two months it's been. London baby here we come."

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Meanwhile Jade, Leigh and Perrie were equally emotional as they wept between songs during their gig at London's O2 Arena.

Appearing alongside Leigh and Perrie on a platform suspended from the ceiling, Jade told the audience: “We’ve laughed together, cried together.

“We have got each other through some of the darkest times of our lives, and created some of the most amazing memories, and we love each other so much.”

Taking over, a tearful Perrie said: “I need to contain myself because this is going to be, like, a really ugly cry!

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"The love we have for each other is ridiculous.

“I want to take this moment to say to Jade and Leigh-Anne, I love you more than anything — and I can’t thank you enough for the past ten years of my life."

“You’ve been my rock, you’ve been my shoulder to cry on, I really appreciate it and I love you so, so much.”

Addressing the crowd again, Perrie, who wiped away tears, went on: “You guys, we love you so, so much.

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