Leigh-Anne Pinnock 'will become the second member of Little Mix to join RuPaul's Drag Race UK'
Leigh-Anne Pinnock is reportedly the latest member of Little Mix to become a guest judge on the next season of RuPaul’s Drag Race UK.
The singer, 29, who recently revealed she was pregnant with her first child, will be appearing the latest season of the hit BBC programme, a source has claimed.
This comes after her bandmate, Jade Thirwall, became a fan favourite after she appeared on the first season of the show.
The mother-to-be is said to be very excited about her appearance on the show alongside show boss RuPaul and Michelle Visage after being such a huge fan of the show since it aired.
During her memorable appearance, Jade, who threw shade at music mogul Simon Cowell arguing that he “has much bigger t**s” when she compared their judging styles.
Dressed in a baby blue bodycon dress, Jade accessorised her look with a white feather boa and pastel blue open toed six-inch heels as she sashayed down the catwalk.
An insider told The Daily Star: “Producers have wanted Leigh-Anne to be a guest judge for a long time, so they were thrilled she was finally able to do it.
“Everything was very hush-hush and she wasn’t able to tell many people she was doing it.
“Leigh-Anne is a massive fan of the show, so she was the perfect guest judge. She was in her element.”
OK! Online has contacted Leigh-Anne's representatives for a comment.
Producers are expected to make an official announcement about Leigh-Anne's appearance on the show later this year.
The band recently collaborated with fellow Drag Race UK stars in their recent release of the Confetti music video, in which the singers transform into their male alter-egos.
The trio come face to face with their alternative drag king selves, hilariously named Pez, J-Dog and Lenny as they performed the hit song in a club alongside Bimini Bon Boulash, Tayce and A’Whora.
The video previously sent fans crazy as some supporters swore they could hear former bandmate Jesy Nelson’s voice in the first verse of the show after the song was re-recorded.
During the first chorus of the song, which features US rapper Saweetie, a voice sounding seriously similar to Jesy’s is heard singing: “Drop it down.”
Fans rushed to Twitter following the song’s release, with many refusing to believe the Odd One Out documentary maker’s vocals had entirely been removed.
However, the song’s producer MNEK denied that he had left Jesy’s vocals on the track when asked by a fan.