Eat In With Little Mix: Watch Little Mix's amazing own show

Eat In with Little Mix

Eat In With Little Mix

Little Mix have excited fans with news of their very own show.

The X Factor stars took to Twitter in May to unveil an exciting new project - although it's nothing to do with music.

Rather, the four piece have been cooking up something very different, filming their own Come Dine With Me style series.

Eat In With Little Mix premiered on YouTube on May 23 at 4PM. Further episodes air each Monday at 4PM.

Each 20 minute episode will see one of the group host a dinner party, cooking three courses and providing entertainment.

At the end of each evening, the other girls will review and rate the night.

“We love Come Dine With Me and every time we watch it we’re like, ‘We should do this’," Jesy said.

Jade added to the Daily Mirror: “We thought it was about time we started showing the fans more of us just hanging out and having a good time.

“It got a bit, not serious, but I think we were sort of missing a bit of showing the fans exactly who we are and it’s gone down so well.”

You can watch episodes online via the official Little Mix YouTube channel.

Episode 1 featured Jesy in the spotlight who was surprised to discover cream cheese could be used for more than just spreading on bagels.

The light-hearted series comes after Jesy announced a more serious TV project.

Jesy is set to open up about her own mental health in a new BBC documentary.

The Little Mix star will explore body image and mental health in a brand new documentary that will air on both BBC Three and BBC One.

Provisionally titled Jesy Nelson: My Story, the one-off special will look at how growing up in a social media-fuelled age of selfies, body shaming and trolling is having a profound impact on the mental health of young people.

Jesy said: “This is a project really close to my heart, and I’m delighted to be working with the BBC on a documentary that will both challenge me personally and also highlight a hugely important issue affecting young people today”.

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