Girl,5, devastated that she can’t watch Little Mix after breaking her leg

Little Mix. Photo courtesy of Rhodes Media.

Little Mix. Photo courtesy of Rhodes Media. - Credit: Rhodes Media.

A young girl's dream of watching Little Mix live was dashed after being denied entry into the Earlham Park show because she broke her leg just days before.

Elise Rose-Cosgrove, 5, broke her leg while on a trampoline just over a week ago. Picture: Emma Saun

Elise Rose-Cosgrove, 5, broke her leg while on a trampoline just over a week ago. Picture: Emma Saunders - Credit: Archant

Elise Rose-Cosgrove, five, suffered the injury on a trampoline just over a week ago and is in a wheelchair while it heals.

Her mother Emma Saunders said she had already bought golden circle tickets for herself, Elise and her two other daughters Chelsea, 11, and Elle-Mae, 15.

'Elise is really devastated that she can't go because I bought these tickets some months back and she's been looking forward to it.

'Now I'm going with her sisters and Elise can't go.'


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Ms Saunders said she had only made contact with the ticket company regarding Elise's injury on Thursday.

'I had to wait for a decision to be made on whether they were going to operate on her leg, in which case Elise would not have been able to go anyway.

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'Fortunately an operation was not needed but when I phoned the ticket company to check on access to the ground they said there were no disabled tickets left.'

Ms Saunders said she had been forced to sell Elise's ticket on Saturday after getting no joy.

'I'm a little frustrated to be honest - you would think that someone could do something.'

Little Mix - made up of Perrie Edwards, Jesy Nelson, Jade Thirlwall and Leigh-Anne Pinnock - are performing in Norwich as part of their Summer Shout Out tour.

The concert organisers could not be reached at the time of writing.

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