X Factor star Joe McElderry looks different as he turns up at Little Mix tour wrap party after emotional final show

JOE McElderry looked completely different as he stepped out for Little Mix's tour wrap party following their emotional final show.

The 30-year-old shot to fame after winning The X Factor – just like the girls – and made sure he was on hand to party with them.

Looking smart, Joe was snapped wearing a low-cut black shirt and jeans with chunky white trainers.

He beamed at waiting photographers as he arrived at club The London Reign.

It's been 13 years since Joe beat Olly Murs to become the winner of The X Factor series six, and there's no denying he looks very different these days.

Joe joined Little Mix for a night of mixed emotions as they celebrated their sell-out Confetti tour.

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But the girls will now go their separate ways while they pursue solo projects.

Also in attendance for Jade Thirlwall, Leigh-Anne Pinnock and Perrie Edwards' special night was Jade's boyfriend Rizzle Kicks star Jordan Stephens and Leigh's fiance Andre Gray.

Singer Jess Glynne was snapped arriving, as was fellow former X Factor star Marcus Collins.

During the party Jade, 28, Leigh, 30, and Perrie, 29, addressed their guests with an emotional speech.

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Jade said: "We love each other so much. We are sisters. We are family.

"It is very bittersweet but it is the best time to do this because we are stronger than ever.

"We are happier than ever. And we're already counting down to the reunion, so don't worry about it!"

They previously addressed fans on social media, writing: "We love each and every one of you that has come to a show, played our music and supported us over the past 10 years. 

"You mean the world to us."

They later added of the final night in London: "Well that was incredible! We love you all SO much, you made that so special."

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