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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!

23.11.2020
YOU Magazine

Little Mix are on cover of new YOU Magazine! I added photos from photoshoot to gallery!

Still teenagers when they were catapulted to fame, superstardom came at a price for Little Mix. They open up to Francesca Babb about the soaring highs and crashing lows of the past nine years.

You can read all interview HERE

12.09.2020
Jade Thirlwall On Why She Is Proud Of Her Arab Heritage

It may have taken Little Mix singer Jade Thirlwall until she was 27 to truly embrace her Egyptian-Yemeni heritage, but she is certainly making up for lost time. The musican shares her story with Vogue Arabia.

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27.03.2020
Cosmopolitan UK – May 2020

Little Mix is on cover of Cosmopolitan UK – May 2020! I added photos from photoshoot to gallery and of course scans from magazine too!


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14.09.2019
Jesy for VICE

You can read (click here) article and interview with Jesy for VICE!

The Little Mix singer reflects on almost a decade in the spotlight, and the depression and anxiety that stemmed from obsessively reading comments people had written about her online.

There’s a rash on Jesy Nelson’s cleavage and she wants me to look at it. “It comes up every time I talk about all this stuff,” she says, smiling. The Little Mix singer is mid-way through telling me about her new BBC documentary, which aired last night, but has stopped to point at her chest. She’s clearly a little nervous, and not just because this is the first interview the 28-year-old can remember doing without her bandmates by her side.

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10.09.2019
[INTERVIEW] Jesy “I starved myself for four days during deep depression” | GLAMOUR UNFILTERED

In the latest edition of GLAMOUR UNFILTERED Little Mix’s Jesy Nelson opens up to @JoshSmithHosts about how online trolls made her suicidal, why she decided to make the BBC Three documentary ‘Odd One Out’ and how therapy is the best thing she’s ever done. Plus the Little Mix star reveals at one stage she ‘starved herself for four days’ during her deepest depression after she ‘stopped turning up for work.’ Are you inspired by Jesy’s story?

Glamour Magazine UK
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.

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