Little Mix Appears On David Letterman For The First Time!

Jason Scott
March 11, 2014

Little Mix made a splashy debut appearance on the Late Show with David Letterman on Monday (March 10), taking to the stage in eclectically preppy outfits. Possessing confident charm, the girls grooved across the stage with ease to their hit single "Move." There was not even a sliver of nervous energy! Talk about being pros!

"There's your half-time show right there!" host David Letterman praised immediately following the girls' splashy performance.

"Move" is lifted from the group's sophomore album Salute, which bowed at No. 6 on the Billboard 200 in February -- following a fall release in the U.K. During the first week, the set (through Columbia Records) moved 43,000 copies and follows the No. 4 start for their debut album DNA (2013).

Of course, band mates Perrie Edwards, Jesy Nelson, Leigh-Anne Pinnock and Jade Thirlwall first rose to fame on the U.K.'s version of The X-Factor, taking the crown in 2011. Simon Cowell's group have since enjoyed quite a bit of fame worldwide, with such hits as "Wings" and "How Ya Doin'."

"We are so excited to release our second album in the U.S., right before we kick off our very first U.S. tour with Demi Lovato," Little Mix had revealed to Billboard last fall. "We’ve worked extremely hard writing this album over the past couple of months, and cannot wait to perform for all of you Mixers!"

The Neon Lights Tour, which also includes Cher Lloyd and Fifth Harmony continues through the end of March.

Check out the performance:

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