Just three weeks after ending her relation with Zayn Malik, singer Perrie Edwards broke down on stage while singing the song, "The End." The Little Mix singer was performing at an AOL Build event with her bandmates when she started sobbing on stage during her performance.
The 22-year-old singer cried after belting out the line, "No one can love you, the way I used to do." The song talks about a girl, who has broken-up from her boyfriend.
“I can’t keep breaking, up with you/You messed with my heart, babe/Now it’s black and blue/But love isn’t fair, and I swear/That this time/This is the end,” goes the song's lyrics, according to Direct Lyrics.
However, as soon as Edwards' bandmates -- Leigh-Anne Pinnock, Jade Thirlwall and Jesy Nelson -- realized that she is sobbing, they circle around her to comfort her.
“It’s been a long day and we’ve had no sleep, so I think this is why this has happened. We’re just very emotional,” band member Jesy Nelson said, explaining Edwards' sudden emotional outburst.
The distraught singer also received support from her fans in the audience who shouted, “We love you Perrie.”
Edwards and her former boyfriend Malik called off their two-year engagement last month. There was speculation in the media that Malik ended their relationship on a text message. However, the two have not released any statements on why they broke-up.
Following her break-up with Malik, Edwards also appeared on "The Late Late Show," where she talked briefly about her life post break-up. She appreciated her bandmates for their undying support to her in the difficult times.
"I'm good … things are going so well. I just wake up every day and I thank my lucky stars I have these three girls," Edwards said at that time.