Little Mix’s latest shout-out to LGBT+ fans was more important “than usual”


The girl group dedicated their hit Secret Love Song Pt.II to their LGBT+ fans during their show in Kansas City this past weekend.

It’s long been known that the soaring ballad is a subtle LGBT+ anthem, but Jade Thirlwall told fans it had significant weight being performed at this particular show over the weekend.


“Singing Secret Love Song meant more than usual tonight. To our LGBT fans… please don’t ever be afraid to be who you are,” Jade Thirlwall posted on her official Instagram after the show.

And the fans agreed with her.

“I love you so much and thank you for your support it means a lot,” one posted underneath the image.

“So glad you acknowledge the relevance and importance of that song to our community,” another added.

“The first time I heard it was when I was dating someone who could never be out because of religion, the risk to her safety was to high. So its pretty important to me personally. Thank you.”

Little Mix previously admitted that they wanted the accompanying music video for Secret Love Song to feature an LGBT romance, but were unable to make it a reality due to time restraints.



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