Little Mix The Search: Emilia Clarke’s body double Rosie shares message amid axe
Emilia Clarke’s body double Rosie Mac has shared a heartfelt message after she was booted off tonight’s episode of Little Mix: The Search.
The star, who appeared in Game of Thrones, had been placed in the competition’s mixed band Jasper Blue, alongside Liam McHugh, Jordan Smithy and Melina Haplin.
However, it was the end of the road for the foursome as they were axed in the show’s first live performance.
Taking to Instagram, the actress come singer shared a selfie of her bandmates as she thanked her fans for their support.
Alongside three blue love heart emoji, she wrote: ‘So proud of my Jasper Blues.
‘We absolutely gave it OUR ALL and I’m so proud to call you my band and my family… ‘
The star pressed: ‘Thank you from the bottom of my heart to all of the amazing love and support we are reviving we are so grateful and OFC the biggest thank you to the girls @littlemix for mentoring, guiding & bringing us together.
‘Can’t wait for you all to see what’s coming…’
Melina shared a similar sentiment, adding: ‘Thankyou all so much for your support. I’m truly overwhelmed. I love you Jasper’s.’
While Jordan said: ‘THIS IS HOW IT ALL STARTED !!! Thank you everyone for all your support over the past couple of months . Who’s feeling God As Hell ? After tonight’s episode on #littlemixthesearch because I certainly am . THIS IS JUST THE START OF @jasperblueband.’
Liam also plugged the band’s new social media, as he went on to say: ‘Its official, we are called JASPER BLUE!!! Go follow us @jasperblueband to check out all our news and updates!
‘We are so excited to be part of #LittleMixTheSearch!’
Jade Thirlwall, who appeared on the show via video call after being forced to quarantine, was quick to comment on their posts as she told the band: ‘Love you guys so much. You have our support ALWAYS.’
Jasper Blue landed in the bottom two with the girl dance group Melladaze – who were sent through by the skin of their teeth.
However, it wasn’t an easy decision for Perrie Edwards as she started to cry when offering up her feedback to the two bands.
Let’s see how she copes with the pressure next week.
Little Mix: The Search continues next Saturday on BBC One.
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