Pictured: Little Mix's Jesy Nelson seen out for the first time with her new beau… Diversity dancer Jordan Banjo
09:33 GMT, 12 April 2012
They spoke about not yet being able to handle the attention of male fans last week.
But it appears Little Mix don't mind if they come in the form of fellow talent show winners.
Jesy Nelson, 20, has stepped out with her boyfriend for the first time, Jordan Banjo, 19, of the dance troupe Diversity.
Young love: Jessie was linked to Jordan at the beginning of last month, and Jade has followed in her footsteps as the foursome had a double date in Manchester
Budding romances: Little Mix' Jesy Nelson, 20, and Jade Thirwall, 18, have stepped out with their boyfriends for the first time – Britain's Got Talent winners Jordan Banjo, 19, and Sam Craske, 21, from dance group Diversity
And it appears one of her bandmates has also bagged a man from the group.
Jade Thirwall, 18, joined the couple with Diversity dancer Sam Craske, 21, as the foursome enjoyed a double date in Manchester.
The two young couples enjoyed lunch together after the girls watched the group performer at the Manchester Evening News Arena.
The group famously beat Susan Boyle in the 2009 series of Britain's Got Talent.
Jesy was linked to Jordan at the beginning of last month.
A source told The Sun: 'It's early days but they're having a grat time.
They hit it off instantly. Jesy is on The X Factor Live tour and Jordan
is all over the country but they're fitting each other in.'
And she isn't the first of the group to be be romantically linked to another contestant from Simon Cowell's two shows.
Perrie Edwards, 18, was linked to One Direction star Zayn Malik after the pair met backstage during the X Factor live shows.
Biggest fans: The girls arrive back at their hotel after watching their boys' group perform at MEN Arena on Monday
She later laughed off the rumours, saying: 'There are no boys for us. We're going to be like nuns.
Perrie and Jade were both involved in long term relationships before finding success with the band.
Jade broke up with her boyfriend after five years together and decided to concentrate on her career instead.
The fourth member of the group, Leigh-Anne Pinnock spoke last week about the group's attention from male fans.
Girl power! Jesy and Jade with the other two members of their band, Perrie Edwards and Leigh-Anne Pinnock
Talented: Sam, second left, and Jordan, second right, with the rest of their dance group, Diversity
She told the Sun on Sunday: 'Each of us are the most important thing to us right now.
'The strangest thing recently is having guys at concerts who are interested in us.
'At the beginning it had been all girl fans, so we're not very good with that kind of attention yet.
'Someone grabbed Jade's arm at our concert the other night and shouted,
`I want you!' She just kind of screamed and ran on to the stage.
'We all burst out laughing.'