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Welcome to Little-Mix.org, a fansite dedicated to singers-songwriters: Jesy, Jade, Leigh-Anne and Perrie – Little Mix. Here you will find all the latest news, images, videos and much more on girls every day! So stay tuned and visit every day to get the most up to date news. Make sure to check out our gallery with thousands of images including performances, appearances and more! Enjoy!

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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.


Perrie for NOTION Magazine

After eight years as a quarter of the biggest British girl band since the Spice Girls, Perrie Edwards graces the second cover of Notion 84 and talks mixed emotions, freckles and finding happiness with her Little Mix sisters.

Gracing the second cover of our Summer 2019 issue, Notion 84, we sit down with Perrie Edwards – one quarter of global girlband phenomenon Little Mix. In her first ever solo cover we chat to the pop star to discover that she doesn’t care anymore. Well, not strictly; she cares about music, and success, and the legions of fans who swarm to her dressing room to chant Little Mix hits through foggy windows. What she’s over is the bullshit: covert paparazzi trying to snap a nip slip on her beach holiday; getting lacerated for wearing hot pants on television; breakfast show hosts crapping out shit takes for retweets. “When you’re a kid everything makes you worried, you think everything’s the end of the world,” she explains. “And then you get older and start to care a lot less.” Read the full interview in Notion 84, available to purchase!


Little Mix at #LateLateLondon

Little Mix: ‘How dare they accuse us of trying to be sexual!’
The 50-million-selling girl group talk to Fiona Sturges about their brand new single, cracking America, the sexism of being told to flirt with men, and the dangers of ‘Love Island’

The past six months have been quite the ride for Little Mix, the British band who have reached 50 million in global sales and, in maintaining their original line-up since 2011, have now outlasted their girl group forebears All Saints, Spice Girls, Atomic Kitten and Sugababes. Since November last year, when they released their fifth LP, the succinctly titled LM5, the one-time X Factorwinners have taken on the big beasts of music and the media, and won.

Today, the band – which, along with Nelson, comprises Perrie EdwardsLeigh-Anne Pinnock and Jade Thirlwall – are staying shtum on the subject of Cowell and Syco. All they will say is: “It didn’t work out.” And, loath to poke the hornets’ nest, they are similarly wary of mentioning Morgan. Yet, alluding to the furore that followed the release of “Strip”, they’re clearly indignant about the way men and women pop stars are treated differently. “There we were trying to send out this amazing, inspiring message and these people are saying, ‘Look at them trying to be sexual,’” exclaims Pinnock. “How dare they! We’re there trying to help people and you’re projecting that on to us. I’ve seen countless images of boybands with practically no clothes on and they are celebrated. It’s unfair.”

READ MORE: independent.co.uk

BBC The One Show (14.06)
Little Mix performed at BBC The One Show with Bounce Back on June 14th in London. I added photos from show and rehearsal. Check below video too:

Bounce Back (Official Video)
Bounce Back is Out Now!
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