Little Mix will perform at the 2019 BRIT Awards, it's been revealed.
They've been booked to perform at this year's ceremony, which will take place in February.
George Ezra and Jorja Smith will also take to the stage at next month's show, which will air live on ITV.
Little Mix tweeted: "2019 is the gift that keeps on giving!! 🤞🏼💃🏼 We're SO excited to announce that we're going to be performing LIVE at the @brits!! We absolutely cannot wait to be on that stage again and to put on an amazing show for all you guys! ♥️ #BRITs the girls x"
More performers will be announced over the coming weeks.
The BRITs 2019 nominations were revealed at the weekend, with Little Mix picking up two nods.
The girls previously won Best British Single for Shout Out to My Ex at the ceremony in 2017.
Now they're up for Best British Group and Best British Video for Woman Like Me at the 2019 Awards.
It's Little Mix's second nomination for Best British Group. Their rival nominees are The 1975, Arctic Monkeys, Gorillaz and Years & Years.
And it's their fourth time up for Best British Video. Other nominees include Anne-Marie (2002), Calvin Harris and Dua Lipa (One Kiss), Rudimental (These Days), Dua Lipa (IDGAF), Clean Bandit (Solo), Rita Ora (Let You Love Me), Rita Ora and Liam Payne (For You), Jax Jones (Breathe) and Jonas Blue (Rise).
Little Mix had appeared on the BRITs nominations show to perform Think About Us from their new album LM5.
They said of the record: "This is the album we've always wanted to make. We're so proud of it, we can't wait for the tour now. Exciting times."
Little Mix - made up of Jesy Nelson, Leigh-Anne Pinnock, Jade Thirlwall and Perrie Edwards - won The X Factor in 2011.
They released their fifth studio album LM5 last November and recently revealed plans to take it across the states to America.
Jesy revealed this month: "That’s our main aim: we really want to crack America. We’re willing to put the work in.”
The 2019 Brit Awards will be held on Wednesday, 20 February 2019 at the O2 Arena in London, hosted by comedian Jack Whitehall for a second year.