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Sunday 15th December 2019

Little Mix star Perrie Edwards reportedly forced to miss gig as she's rushed to hospital

The singer was due to perform in Las Vegas

Perrie Edwards' Little Mix bandmates had to perform without her when she was forced to miss a gig due to illness.

"Perrie was taken ill overnight and had to go to hospital with a gastric problem," a source told the Mail Online.

"She saw a doctor and was sadly unable to perform."

The stunning star was forced to miss a gig (Credit: Instagram/perrieedwards)

She saw a doctor and was sadly unable to perform

Jesy Nelson, Jade Thirwall and Leigh-Anne Pinnock took to the stage at the Daytime Village 2017 Capital One gig in Las Vegas as a trio.

Perrie's fans have been flooding her Instagram with messages. "Get well soon baby girl," wrote one. "I love you to the moon and back."

"Get well soon queen!" wrote another.

Read more: Did Perrie Edwards change lyrics of Little Mix song to mock Zayn Malik's girlfriend? 

The news comes amid speculation that Perrie's relationship with footballer Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain is under strain now that he has moved to Liverpool

She defiantly shared an Instagram pic of the pair in Liverpool together last week.

She and Alex were in Liverpool together last week (Credit: Instagram/perrieedwards)

Alex also recently shared a loved up pic of the couple. "I tell her she my bestie, bestie, she my bestie," he wrote on Instagram.

Read more: Perrie Edwards stuns fans with raunchy clip on Instagram 

Alex is smitten with Perrie (Credit: Instagram/alexoxchamberlain)

Perrie is based in London and isn't worried about having a long-distance relationship.

"I don't think it will be difficult," she said The Mirror.

"It's going to be different – but that's not a problem.

"We'll be fine. I'm just really happy for him and very proud."

They first started dating in November 2016, but went public with their relationship in January 2017.

Perrie's previous boyfriends include Zayn Malik and Luke Pasqualino.