Little Mix star Jade Thirlwall sends genius message to thief who stole her phone
Jade practically thanked the thief for stealing her phone, saying it made her holiday
Little Mix star Jade Thirlwall refused to let a thief ruin her Ibiza holiday, despite having her phone stolen.
The South Shields singer was soaking up the rays on the Spanish island with boyfriend Jordan Stephens after a busy year of touring with Little Mix.
The group are now on hiatus as each member pursues their own solo careers.
Before jumping into whatever comes next, Jade is enjoying a summer of partying, hitting up Glastonbury and Mighty Hoopla before jetting off to Spain.
However, the holiday quickly took a turn for the worse when the 29-year-old had her phone stolen.
Nonetheless, Jade took to social media to write a brilliant message to the thief, saying they would have to try a lot harder to ruin the holiday.
She wrote: "Shoutout to whoever stole my phone.
"Not having one for a little while was truly bliss. Anyways here's me being a basic b**ch in Ibiza a cutla weeks ago."
In the snaps, Jade sported her trademark sunglasses, took selfies with Jordan and caught some sleep on the plane.
The Geordie star played three Little Mix shows at the Utilita Arena alongside fellow South Shields star Perrie Edwards and Leigh-Anne Pinnock earlier this year.
The explosive set left fans emotional as they came to terms with the fact it may be the last time they see the group performing together.
It was a teary-eyed night for the singers too, with Perrie taking one moment to reflect on their journey to that point.
She paused the show and said: "I saw so many artists here [at the Utilita Arena].
"Diana Ross, McFly, Clubland, The Saturdays... and I remember I came to the arena to see Paramore.
"Hayley Willams was literally my life. I left the arena and rang my brother, Jonnie, who's here.
"I rang him and I said, Jonnie, I'm going to do this one day, that's going to be me one day.
"He was like, kid, if you put your mind to it you can do anything, I promise you can do it.
"Now we're here and we can't believe we get to do this as our careers.
"If anyone in the audience has a dream, you can achieve it if you work hard and want it that bad."