Little Mix’s Leigh-Anne Pinnock breaks down during The Search performance

Little Mix The Search was back on our television screens on Sunday and this time the award-winning girl band formed a Rap R&B Group.

The new BBC series follows Perrie Edwards, Jesy Nelson, Jade Thirlwall and Leigh-Anne Pinnock put together six unique bands to follow in their footsteps and become the next global superstars.

The first few episodes saw the group put together a boyband, a mixed group, a girl vocal group, a vocal and instrument group and a girl dance group.

Contestants performed individually for the Little Mix girls and needed three yeses from to it through to the band room.

Brothers Kyrome and Fabian were the first contestants to perform in front of the girl group this evening (October 11).

Both Leigh-Anne and Jesy Nelson teared up during the sibling's heartfelt performance.

Viewers rushed to their keyboards to send messages of support for the emotional pop stars.

Taking to Twitter, one fan penned: "Leigh-Anne crying makes my heart, let me hug her."

Another added: "Leigh-Anne getting emotional. OMG!"

A third said: "Aww Leigh Anne you’re breaking my heart girl. Jesy was crying too bless."

Kyrome and Fabian sung and rapped their own rendition of Robyn's Dancing On My Own and left a lasting impression with the Little Mix girls.

As well as impressing the judges, Kyrome and Fabian also impressed viewers at home.

One viewer tweeted: "I love the energy of Kyrome and Fabian honestly can they just be the foundation too the band."

Another added: "Didn’t think this was my episode as not really my genre but great start with Kyrome and Fabian. I found that really moving."

A third said: "The raw talent spilling out from Kyrome and Fabian right now is next level."

A fourth posted: "I love Kyrome and Fabian. Really great guys. I love these harmonies as well. It's nice and chilled I love it."

Offering feedback on the stunning performance, Jesy said: "It's really cool. It brings a different flavour. The beatboxing was incredible."

A tearful Leigh-Anne added: "I feel so emotional right now. The minute you started I was drawn in and I love your chemistry."

Jade said: "You know how to harmonise and you let each other sign."

Perrie said: "If we threw a girl in the mix it will be epic. You've set the bar very high already."

Kyrome and Fabian got four yeses from Little Mix and made it though to the band room.

The six final bands will go head to head in the performance shows, starting next weekend, with the winning band joining Little Mix on their next UK tour.

Little Mix The Search continues on BBC One on Saturday at 7pm

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