Little Mix’s Jade Thirlwall is now the proud owner of her very own cocktail bar in her hometown of South Shields – and she brought her bandmates to Newcastle to celebrate  The singer, 26, was joined by Leigh-Anne Pinnock and Perrie Edwards as she celebrated buying her own bar, with only Jesy Nelson being absent from the party  As well as the band, other Geordie icons were also out in force for the launch, including Geordie Shore’s Sophie Kasaei, singer Joe McElderry and Newcastle United footballer Andy Carroll  Jade has partnered with Red Door, who already have bars in Liverpool and Chester, to buy her own venue, which has capacity for 350 guests  While you’re probably not going to see Jade behind the bar on a Friday night, mixing up your cocktail, we wouldn’t be surprised if she stopped by every time she’s home from tour  Jade told Shields Gazette: ‘I’m proud to come from South Shields. I love my home town and wanted to invest in the local economy  ‘South Shields is a unique place with a lot to offer and I wanted to support that I come back here to see my family and friends as often as I can.  ‘South Shields has always been known for being a great night out – it’s a town with a real party spirit so I thought where better to open Red Door  ‘I wanted to find a company that would shake things up and bring something different to South Shields Red Door has bars in Chester and Liverpool and it was clear they would be a really good fit for the venue  ‘The main aim is to create an unforgettable experience for everyone who comes to Red Door ’  Jade’s Red Door bar will be open to the public on 2 November, with the final touches currently being put in place before the opening night

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