Little Mix brought their Black Magic to the Teen Choice Awards as they bewitched the audience with a spellbinding performance.
On a bumper night for British actors and musicians, Little Mix performed their hit single Black Magic at the awards ceremony in Los Angeles.
The girls turned up to the event dressed in the same “geek” outfits they wore in the music video, starting their performance in a mocked-up high school auditorium where they gathered around a book of spells.
Suddenly, smoke shot from the floor – and the girl band appeared moments later in entirely new, much sexier costumes.
After the performance, the band picked up the Choice Music Breakout Artist award.
It’s been a big weekend for the British girl band – on Saturday they performed Black Magic on stage with Taylor Swift, who announced: “They’re beautiful, they have each other’s backs – Little Mix is here!”
Luckily, Little Mix’s Perrie Edwards didn’t have to face seeing her ex, Zayn Malik, who was a no-show despite being up for an award.
The former One Direction singer didn’t attend the TCAs, but threw shade on Twitter with a retweet supporting Fifth Harmony over Little Mix.
Fifth Harmony went on to beat 2011′s X Factor winners to the title of Choice Music Group: Female.
One Direction, Ed Sheeran and Cara Delevingne also flew the flag for Britain at the TCAs, with 1D scooping up a grand total of eight awards.
Cara received two awards for her breakout performance in Paper Towns, while Ed Sheeran picked up three – including one for his single, Thinking Out Loud.