Jade Thirlwall is reportedly being eyed for some presenting gigs for the BBC.

Jade Thirlwall

Jade Thirlwall

The Little Mix star has impressed the broadcaster with her "spontaneous and funny" personality on the girl band's BBC One talent show ‘Little Mix: The Search' and her guest appearance as a judge on 'RuPaul's Drag Race UK'.

According to a source, the Beeb sees the 27-year-old beauty as "a young Davina McCall" and hope to find some suitable roles for her.

An insider told The Sun newspaper's Bizarre column: “The Beeb see her as a young Davina McCall and are trying to come up with some concepts for her now.

"She shone on 'The Search' and really stood out when she was a guest on 'RuPaul'.

“Jade has everything to make a great presenter — she can read an autocue while also being a bit ­spontaneous and funny. Not to forget she’s very easy on the eye.”

The presenter talk comes after it was announced that Jade's bandmate Jesy Nelson is taking an "extended" break from Little Mix.

It was confirmed that the singer will be taking some time out from the girl group - which also includes Perrie Edwards and Leigh-Anne Pinnock - for "private medical reasons".

A spokesperson for the ’Sweet Melody’ hitmakers said: "Jesy is having extended time off from Little Mix for private medical reasons. We will not be issuing any further comment currently and ask media to please respect her privacy at this time."

Jade recently opened up about her bond with her bandmates.

She said: “A producer that we worked with at the start said to us, ‘When one woman walks into a room, a few heads turn. But when a group of women walk into the room, every head turns.’ That’s something we’ve always thought when we’ve lacked confidence … This whole idea of solidarity and empowerment ... I think it’s one of the reasons why we’ve been together 10 years next year. That’s quite rare, for a girl band to survive without killing each other. We always said, no matter what happened, we would remain equal. The minute somebody thinks they are more important, that’s where it starts to go wrong."