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Jesy Nelson puts on a busty display in a black crop as she poses in sultry snap


Jesy Nelson puts on a busty display in a black crop as she poses in sultry snap… after Little Mix: The Search live shows are postponed

It was recently revealed that Little Mix: The Search live shows had been postponed after a small number’ of crew members tested positive for Covid-19. 

And Jesy Nelson appeared to be enjoying her downtime as she shared a busty selfie to Instagram on Saturday.

The singer, 29, put on a sultry display as she flaunted her assets in a plunging black Calvin Klein crop top as she flashed a coquettish look at the camera. 

Strike a pose: Jesy Nelson appeared to be enjoying her downtime as she shared a busty selfie to Instagram on Saturday

Strike a pose: Jesy Nelson appeared to be enjoying her downtime as she shared a busty selfie to Instagram on Saturday

Jesy looked fabulous in the snap, teaming her top with black joggers, while giving a glimpse of her toned midriff.

The Holiday hitmaker’s make-up was applied to perfection, while she piled her curly brunette locks atop her head in a chic up do’. 

Her post comes after All four members of Little Mix have tested negative for COVID-19, after their talent show The Search had to shut down production.

The BBC were forced to postpone this weekend’s live shows after ‘a small number’ of crew members tested positive for the respiratory virus sweeping the globe.

All-clear: Jesy's post comes after All four members of Little Mix have tested negative for COVID-19, after their talent show The Search had to shut down production

All-clear: Jesy’s post comes after All four members of Little Mix have tested negative for COVID-19, after their talent show The Search had to shut down production

But despite mixing with those crew members, Jade Thirlwall, Leigh-Anne Pinnock, Perrie Edwards and Jesy have got the all-clear. 

‘They’ve all tested negative and do not need to isolate,’ a source told The Sun. ‘They will be regularly tested throughout the run of the series.’

BBC also confirmed that none of Little Mix themselves have tested positive for coronavirus.

In a statement the BBC confirmed the planned shows had been delayed by a week so the affected crew members could self-isolate. 

They said: ‘We can confirm that a small number of people on the Little Mix The Search production have tested positive for coronavirus and they are now self-isolating following the latest government guidelines. 

On hold: The BBC were forced to postpone this weekend's live shows after 'a small number' of crew members tested positive for the respiratory virus sweeping the globe

On hold: The BBC were forced to postpone this weekend’s live shows after ‘a small number’ of crew members tested positive for the respiratory virus sweeping the globe

‘Due to the format of the show we have made the decision to postpone Saturday’s programme. 

‘There are rigorous protocols in place to manage Covid-19 as the safety of all those involved in the production is paramount. We hope to be back on air on Saturday 24 October.’ 

Host Chris Ramsey took to Twitter to confirm he’d also tested negative for COVID-19, telling fans he was ‘gutted’ the live show had been postponed.

We'll be back! Host Chris Ramsey took to Twitter to confirm he'd also tested negative for COVID-19, telling fans he was 'gutted' the live show had been postponed

We’ll be back! Host Chris Ramsey took to Twitter to confirm he’d also tested negative for COVID-19, telling fans he was ‘gutted’ the live show had been postponed

He wrote: ‘Absolutely gutted. I had a test and it was negative… but let’s be honest, I think if it was me they would just fine another presenter and do the show anyway. See you all next week.’

It’s thought the competing six bands – boyband, girl vocal, girl dance, R n B and Hip Hop, mixed and live instrumental – have all been placed in lockdown so they are safe to perform when the series returns, according to Metro.

Little Mix: The Search has seen the X Factor winners join forces to find a group that can support them on their upcoming tour, auditioning plenty of hopefuls that could be formed into six different types of bands.

The live shows were scheduled to start this weekend, hosted by comedian Chris Ramsay, but will now start the following weekend.  

New music star: Little Mix: The Search has seen the X Factor winners join forces to find a group that can support them on their upcoming tour

New music star: Little Mix: The Search has seen the X Factor winners join forces to find a group that can support them on their upcoming tour

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