singer is being praised by fans for helping a girl who had seemingly fallen ill at a recent concert.
The massively popular girl group performed in Dublin’s 3 Arena on Wednesday night to a crowd of up to 13,000 people as part of .
Little Mix – made up of Jade, and – are currently on their final tour, afterearlier this year.
With the band set to take a break for an indefinite amount of time, it’s to be expected that emotions are running high and fans are getting over-excited at the gigs, which can prove dangerous.
At Wednesday’s show, a girl in the crowd appeared to be struggling, and eagle-eyed Jade quickly came to the rescue.
In a video posted to TikTok by account Jadethirlfloor, Jade can be seen hyping up the crowd as they sing Only You, before she notices a fan struggling.
‘Alright Dublin, are you ready?’ she asks the screaming audience.
‘I just want everybody in this area to be still and let this girl get sorted out so she’s okay,’ she said, waving over to an area to the side of the stage.
Jade waits a moment to see that the girl is being taken care of before telling the rest of the massive arena: ‘everybody else, you can jump!’
The singer was praised for keeping an eye on the crowd, with many minds still on the in November last year that left ten people dead after a major crowd surge.
Comments on social media suggest the girl in question was ‘looking ill and anxious’ or could have been ‘getting squished’ by other concert-goers.
One TikTok user who said they were at the concert said they believe ‘she might have fainted’ after she was rescued from the crowd.
Another person who commented on the video claimed they were working as a first aider at the concert in question and assured fans ‘the girl was ok’.
The Secret Love singer kicked off their farewell tour in style this week on the island of Irelan, with a massive show in Belfast followed by the Dublin concert.
Perrie, Leigh-Anne and Jade’s calendars are chock-a-block for the next few weeks as they’re set to hit multiple cities in England, Scotland and Wales, with their final show to come at the end of a three-night residency in London’s O2 Arena.
The women devastated fans last year when they announced of performances, following a decade together – one year after Jesy Nelson left the group.
However they insisted they ‘are not splitting up,’ promising fans: ‘Little Mix are here to stay. We have plans for more music, tours and performances in the future.’