The Little Mix ladies are currently riding high following the release of their hotly-anticipated fifth studio album LM5, which was released at midnight.
And the band is just hours away from releasing the music video for their new single Strip, which features them nude, wearing only pen-markings of the labels they have been given by others.
In the midst of the excitement, Perrie Edwards, 25, took to Instagram and shared a picture of herself from the band’s album promo shots.
Looking every inch the blonde beauty, the songstress donned a teeny black crop top, which showed off her toned midriff.
Thanks to the wardrobe item’s corset design, Perrie’s upper body took pride of place.
The starlet completed the look with a black blazer — worn off her shoulder — and pale blue denim jeans.
With her golden locks tucked behind her ears, Edwards offered a smouldering glare as she faced the camera head-on.
Captioning the moment for her 8.4 million followers, Perrie teased lyrics from Little Mix’s album.
“Things like Instagram or magazine covers are a tiny percentage of a lifestyle that people want you to see”
She wrote: “When the seasons change and the sun shines on your face. Yeah, I’ll be there for you!”
In response, one fan marvelled: “The hottest,” alongside a heart-eyed emoji.
Another commented: “You’ve made my whole year with this.”
While one awestruck admirer quipped: “We’re perrified,” alongside a raised hands symbol.
Perrie and her Little Mix bandmates Jesy Nelson, 27, Leigh-Anne Pinnock, 27, and Jade Thirlwall, 25, recently opened up about their body confidence struggles.
Talking to ASOS’ magazine, Edwards admitted she suffers with pangs of worry when faced with polished pictures of girls in swimwear.
She explained: “You open a magazine or you’re scrolling through a website and every girl is stick-thin and a bikini looks unreal on them.
“I’m thinking, ‘Well, I ain’t gonna look like that in Mykonos.'”
Perry continued: “You can’t escape it. Things like Instagram or magazine covers are a tiny percentage of a lifestyle that people want you to see, it’s never the whole picture.”