Little Mix vow they WILL reunite and say ‘we can’t live without each other’ in their LAST interview before hiatus: READ FULL INTERVIEW [LINK HERE]
THEY have spent 11 years as a group, had five No1 singles, won three Brit Awards and released seven hit albums.
But as Little Mix prepare to bow out – for now, at least – they have insisted they are doing it as the best of friends and are doing everything they can to ensure they aren’t pitted against each other as they prepare to launch their post-band solo careers.
In an exclusive final print interview with The Sun, just a week before they go their separate ways, Perrie Edwards, Leigh-Anne Pinnock and Jade Thirlwall have revealed their timetables will be carefully managed so there is no way they will put new music out at the same time.
Perrie, 28, said: “We’ve all said we will let each other know when we’re going to release so we don’t end up clashing in the charts. We’re rooting for each other, not competing against each other.”
Jade, 29, who has signed a solo deal with RCA, added: “It’s just not going to happen. There will be a conscious effort from all of us to make sure of that.”
Leigh-Anne, 30, said their friendship was too precious to risk a head-to-head and the fact they remain so tight-knit will mean they’re able to be open with each other about their solo plans.
She has recently signed with Warner and said: “We are so close and that’s the thing. We’re all going to be in communication about this the whole time.”
In the 11 years since Little Mix were first brought together on The X Factor, they have become Britain’s most successful ever girl band, selling more than 50 million records worldwide and collecting over 22 million monthly Spotify listeners.
Next Saturday will see the final performance of their sold-out Confetti tour — which is their first as a trio since fourth member Jesy Nelson quit in 2020.
It will end with an emotional show which will be livestreamed around the world from London’s O2 Arena – the last chance to catch the girls before they bow out for their hiatus.thesun.co.uk