Little Mix’s Jesy Nelson looked on fire during the band’s new TV talent show this weekend.
The pop stars are on the hunt for a new group to support them on tour next year and Jesy’s appearance was fierce.
The singer, 29, was wearing a gorgeous orange wig underneath a black beanie hat and it really suited her.
Jesy Nelson wore an orange wig on Little Mix: The Search (Credit: BBC)
Jesy’s poker straight hair was parted in the middle and fell below her shoulders. It also featured a subtle balayage at the front, where the wig framed her face.
The star tied her make-up in with her tresses, wearing a burned orange eyeshadow and smoky liner, before topping things off with a light brown lippie. Gorgeous!
Considering this was filmed way back in February, she couldn’t have looked more perfect for the Autumnal weather we are now experiencing. (Or should I say enduring, as I’m already pining for summer. Sob.)
While all of Little Mix have an edgy look, Jesy has always been the most experimental.
The singer coordinated her make-up to match her hair (Credit: BBC)
Having landed a spot in the girl band aged 20, during the 2011 series of The X Factor, her hair has changed numerous times over the years - and many times it has been thanks to wigs!
Earlier this year, while the UK was in the middle of the Government lockdown, Jesy shared a series of sultry throwbacks of herself.
One pic showed her with super-sleek long honey blonde hair and she told her fans: “Miss dressing up and wearing a wig.”
Thankfully for Jesy, those days are back and she has wasted no time in rocking some different looks again.
Earlier this month, she shared several snaps of herself with platinum blonde hair while chilling out in a hotel room. And Jesy’s blonde bob, with a natural darker hairline, was heaped with praise.
One fan commented: “Your hair!!!!” Another added: “Love your hair, you are so beautiful!”
Meanwhile, last year Jesy recorded a raw and heartbreaking documentary called Odd One Out for the BBC about the online bullying she has received over the years.
The star said the hurtful and abusive comments she endured were about her appearance and that they made her mental health “spiral out of control”.
Things got so bad that Jesy contemplated suicide.
Jesy’s documentary made a huge impact and fans began campaigning for it to be shown in schools. In January, the star won a National Television Award for the one-off programme.
I applaud Jesy for being so strong and brave. We’ve still got a long way to go, but she has already made a difference in the fight against trolls.