Jesy Nelson flirts up a storm with Little Mix: The Search contestant Adam
Little Mix: The Search fans were left lost for words after Jesy Nelson shamelessly flirted with contestant Adam after he auditioned for their new BBC talent show.
The Essex beauty, who shot to fame after winning the X Factor in 2011 with the help of mentor Tulisa, joined her bandmates on the sofa to audition a string of hopefuls.
The first contestant on the show was electrician Adam.
Dressed in a tight black t-shirt, the buff lad appeared confident and relaxed as he performed for the Shout Out To My Ex babes.
However, when it came time for the girls to give their comments, Jesy, 29, couldn't resist a cheeky flirt.
Blushing, the starlet said: "To come into a room and make us four feel like little school girls you know are on to a winner."
She shamelessly added: "I wasn't really listening to the vocals… I was a bit distracted."
Meanwhile, Leigh-Ann Pinnock added: "Yeah you definitely do tick every box."
Taking to Twitter to gossip about Jesy's antics, one fan wrote: "Jesy wasn’t listening? #LittleMixTheSearch," before adding a laughing emoji.
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Another added: "Screaming at Jesy mouthing 'he’s coming over'. That’s my girl. We all thought it. #LittleMixTheSearch."
"'I really like him' same Jesy same," a third tweeted.
Daily Star Online previously revealed how Jesy was left traumatised by her own talent show audition.
Jesy, who previously has spoken frankly about being left suicidal after cruel trolls mocked her appearance following Little Mix's X Factor win, continued: "Yeah 100% we wanted to make it more relaxed.
"We have experienced first hand exactly what it feels like walking into an audition and we didn't want it to be anything like that for them on our show.
"I think instantly the contestants felt at ease anyway because it is us and I think we instantly put them at ease.
"It was so important for us to make it relaxed as there is nothing worse than walking into an audition… it's just… honestly, I just think it's the worst experience ever.
"It is true… I am sure the other three will agree with me it is f***ing terrifying to the point where with my first audition I don't even remember it as I was that scared.
"It was so important to make the contestants feel as relaxed as possible and I think you can see that when you watch it."
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