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LM5 is the fifth studio album by Little Mix. The album was released on November 16, 2018. It is preceded by the album's lead single Woman Like Me. The tracklist for the album was revealed via the groups social media platforms on October 17, 2018. The album charted at number three in the UK, number two in Ireland, and reached the top thirty in several other countries.

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09.09.2019
[TRAILER] Jesy Nelson: Why I Made ‘Odd One Out’
09.09.2019
[INTERVIEW] Jesy Nelson on surviving the trolls: ‘People were saying horrific things’

Eight years after she shot to fame on The X Factor, Nelson describes how she navigated the trauma of being relentlessly bullied on social media.

When Jesy Nelson was 19 and working behind the bar at a pub in Dagenham, Essex, she remembers watching The X Factor on TV, and thinking: “I know I could win that.” In 2011, she did just that, as part of the girl group Little Mix – and thought: “This is the worst day of my life.”
Competing in Simon Cowell’s singing contest unleashed ceaseless criticism of her appearance and weight (although rarely her voice). “All I cared about was what people were saying about me,” she says now.

Winning offered no respite. When Little Mix were crowned, the first Facebook message she saw was from a stranger. It read: “You are the ugliest thing I have ever seen in my life. You do not deserve to be in this girl band, you deserve to die.”
“I should have been on cloud nine,” she says. “I had Leigh-Anne [Pinnock, also of Little Mix] in my room being like: ‘This is the best!’ and I was like: ‘No, this isn’t.’”
Little Mix went on to become the biggest British girl group since the Spice Girls, but Nelson was consumed by the trolling and abuse on social media. Within two years of the finale, she had depression and an eating disorder and had attempted suicide.

READ MORE – theguardian.com
05.09.2019
Leigh-Anne at the “Top Boy” UK Premiere (04.09)

Leigh-Anne attends the “Top Boy” UK Premiere at Hackney Picturehouse on September 4th in London, UK. I added photos to gallery:

05.09.2019
[VIDEO] Jesy explains why she wanted to make #OddOneOut.

Documentary ‘Odd One Out’ coming to BBC Three and at 9pm on BBC One September 12th.

03.09.2019
Jesy outside Global House in London (02.09)

Jesy was seen at Global House radio studios on September 2nd in London, UK for promote her documentary ‘Odd one out’. I added photos taken by paparazzi to gallery:

02.09.2019
Fusion Festival 2019 (01.09)

Little Mix performed at the Fusion Festival 2019 on September 1st! I added photos to gallery:

Little Mix’s interview with MTV UK – backstage at Fusion Festival 2019:

Also you can check screencaptures from interviews and more with Little Mix in gallery!! – LITTLEMIXPHOTOS.COM

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