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Everyone is saying the same thing about Little Mix's first ever performance of 'Between Us'

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Just hours after announcing they would be taking a hiatus from the group, Little Mix's first performance of their new song 'Between Us' will be aired on The Graham Norton Show (Dec 3), and fans are already saying the same thing about it.

After 10 years together as a group, Little Mix last night (Dec 2) announced they'll be taking a break following their Confetti tour next year. Writing on social media, Perrie Edwards, Leigh-Anne Pinnock and Jade Thirlwall revealed they were putting pause on the group to pursue other projects, but reassured fans they weren't splitting and "are here to stay."

While many fans took to Twitter to express their sadness over the news, others pointed out that the band will be making an appearance on The Graham Norton Show tonight where they will perform 'Between Us' for the first time. And it's safe to say that people are ready to shed some tears...

It's a pretty understandable reaction given that the lyrics to the song seem to be a direct nod to the group's split, and the message that this trio will always be close.

The song begins, "I will always stick around / And I will fix your crown / And if you're knocked / I'm your rock, I won't stop."

Later in the song the lyrics also read, "So, here's my vow, starting from here and now / Nothing comes between us, nothing comes between us / I swear that we won't lose this thing we found / Love will never leave us / Nothing comes between us."

Well, sounds like we're all going to have a big sob later, doesn't it?

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