A TULLIBODY woman has detailed her amazing memories of performing as part of one of the country's biggest tribute bands.

Meghan Walker has been part of Little Fix, a Little Mix tribute band, for more than five years.

However, the band have now decided to take a break, and Meghan reflected on an amazing period of her life.

The band had been planning to split after Jesy Nelson announced she would be leaving Little Mix, and were set to play their last shows before going their separate ways in December.

However, with the continued Covid-19 enforced lockdown, there was a severe lack of funding for the band and so the four girls – Zaina Nawanga, Stephanie Barclay, Mia Ivanova and Meghan – decided now was the right time.

Meghan said: "How could we rehearse when the dance studios aren't even opening?

"Even renting a space – all of our income stopped – so how can we even rent a studio to rehearse?

"It's so sad, but the support we received from everyone has been amazing, the messages have been so lovely."

Meghan doesn't hesitate when asked what her highlight of her time in the band is, and even knows the date off the top of her head.

"It would have to be our very first gig, five years ago, on June 18," she said. "Our very first gig was so scary, we didn't anticipate how well we were going to do.

"The audience was full of just our family members but that was such an amazing achievement because we were so nervous to go on."

Another highlight was working with the BBC on the programme Even Better Than The Real Thing.

Meghan said: "That experience, we worked with celebrities and professionals, we actually felt like real celebrities, we were treated like absolute royalty.

"I've got to see parts of the world I'd never have been able to see if it wasn't for Little Fix."

Despite the break, the girls are going to keep in touch with each other and will sing together in the future.

"It will not be the end for us," Meghan said. "We will be singing together in the future."