Little Mix's Jade Thirlwall shimmies in risqué rainbow-coloured mini dress

The pop star hit the London party scene

Jade Thirlwall looked flawless as she shimmied her way across the stage at the CÎROC Iconic Ball in support of Not A Phase at KOKO on Thursday.

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The exclusive event was held in celebration of the 50th anniversary of the UK Pride Movement and LQBTQ+ creative greatness.

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Commanding attention on stage, the Little Mix star showed off her fabulous physique in a daring rainbow-coloured embellished number, which featured sheer and cut-out detailing.

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The colourful stripes worked wonders on her toned frame, which she accentuated with a pair of metallic silver heels. She also added a bright pink handbag and a delicate nose ring to her look.

At the glitzy event, Jade was joined by the likes of Jourdan Dunn, Melanie C and Amy Jackson. The group of ladies looked nothing short of sensational as they happily posed for photos together.

Jade with Jourdan Dunn

It's been a big year for Jade as she and her Little Mix bandmates - also consisting of Perrie Edwards and Leigh Anne Pinnock - embark on solo projects. In May, the singer appeared on The One Show to thank their fans for all the support over the years.

"I think just thank you more than anything," she said. "Thank you for your support over the last 10 years, thanks for keeping us around for this long.

They posed with Melanie C and Amy Jackson

"We're honestly so unbelievably grateful for all of the support we've had and we've really felt that on this tour and we will feel it at the last show. That's going to be special. We still pinch ourselves even now that we've got to this point in our career, so it's all good."

Jade also added that "no matter what we do going forwards, we've got each other to support each other through that". "This is all we've known," she said. "Our whole adult lives, we've been in this group together, supporting each other, and that's not going to change once we start doing our own thing in the future."

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