Little Mix have announced they are pulling out of the Britain’s Got Talent live final.
Scheduled to perform their new single Power, the group have been forced to cancel their appearance following a conflict on the newly-changed date.
BGT bosses decided to move the final to avoid a clash with the One Love Manchester gig as it is set to be such a symbolic event.
The live final of the show will now take place on Saturday night.
However, Little Mix fans will still have the chance to see the ladies in action on Sunday night, as they will be joining the likes of Coldplay, Miley Cyrus, Pharrell Williams, Katy Perry, Take That, Usher and of course Ariana Grande at One Love Manchester.
The girl band took to Twitter to express their apologies for the BGT exit, and to say how ‘honoured’ they are that Ariana Grande has asked them to perform at Sunday’s show.
Dozens of fans went on Twitter to urge the group to sing their song ‘These Four Walls’, a meaningful ballad from their album ‘Salute’, at the concert.
One fan urged Ariana and Little Mix to “please sing the most meaningful songs of yours for such an important event”, further proof that the concert is set to be an emotional memorial to the victims and their families.
As big name acts that want to show their solidarity with the city of Manchester and do their bit to raise proceeds for those affected by the 22 May attack continue to be added to the line-up, Ariana has touched down in the UK for the first time since the horrific incident.
The 23-year-old had her boyfriend Mac Miller and both parents in tow as she jetted into London Stansted in the early hours of Friday morning.
Tickets for the star-studded tribute gig sold out in just six minutes after going on sale at 10 am on 1 June.