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Little Mix break down during performance MOMENTS after group announced split

Little Mix put on an emotional performance for The Graham Norton Show mere moments after announcing their split on social media on Thursday, in news that left fans brokenhearted.

Recording for the show commences at around 6.15pm and the group released a statement revealing their split at 6:07pm, making their tearful post-announcement performance even more poignant.

In new images, the three-piece – comprising Jade Thirlwall, 28, Perrie Edwards, 28, and Leigh-Anne Pinnock, 30 – could be seen comforting and hugging each other on stage.

The group revealed the news in a series of heartfelt tweets on their joint Twitter account, explaining: ‘We feel the time is right to take a break so we can recharge and work on some other projects.’ 

Emotional: Little Mix put on an emotional performance for The Graham Norton show mere moments after announcing their split on social media on Thursday

All three women cut typically glamorous figures in complementary ensembles, with Perrie and Jade slipping into feather-trimmed looks and Leigh-Anne stunning in a chic crop top and skirt combo.

Although filmed on Thursday, the latest instalment of The Graham Norton show doesn’t air on BBC until Friday. Little Mix are the musical guests, while A-listers Tom Holland, Zendaya and Henry Cavill will join Graham for a chat.

Taking to Twitter on Thursday evening, Little Mix revealed the news in a series of heartfelt tweets, explaining: ‘We feel the time is right to take a break so we can recharge and work on some other projects.’

They wrote in full: ‘We wanted to let you all know that after the Confetti tour in April/May next year we are going to be taking a break from Little Mix. It’s been 10 amazing years, a wonderful non-stop adventure… 

Recording: Recording for the show commences at around 6.15pm and the group released a statement announcing their split at 6:07pm, making their performance even more poignant

Recording: Recording for the show commences at around 6.15pm and the group released a statement announcing their split at 6:07pm, making their performance even more poignant

Stylish: All three women cut typically glamorous figures, with Perrie and Jade slipping into feather-trimmed looks and Leigh-Anne stunning in a chic crop top and skirt combo

Stylish: All three women cut typically glamorous figures, with Perrie and Jade slipping into feather-trimmed looks and Leigh-Anne stunning in a chic crop top and skirt combo

Heartfelt: Accompanied by violinists, it seems Little Mix performed an emotional and poignant song for the show

Heartfelt: Accompanied by violinists, it seems Little Mix performed an emotional and poignant song for the show 

Chat: Little Mix also sat down for a chat with Graham, with scenes set to air on BBC on Friday

Chat: Little Mix also sat down for a chat with Graham, with scenes set to air on BBC on Friday

‘We feel the time is right to take a break so we can recharge and work on some other projects. We can’t thank you enough for your love and never-ending support since the beginning. We love you all SO much.’

Little Mix went on: ‘We are not splitting up – Little Mix are here to stay. We have plans for more music, tours and performances in the future. We’ve made so many incredible memories with you all, and we can’t wait to make so many more.

‘We’re sisters and we’ll always have each other and you, the fans, in our lives. Little Mix is forever, see you on tour! Jade, Leigh-Anne and Perrie.’

Announcement: Taking to Twitter on Thursday, Little Mix revealed the news in a series of heartfelt tweets

Announcement: Taking to Twitter on Thursday, Little Mix revealed the news in a series of heartfelt tweets

Instagram: The group also shared the statement on Instagram, writing: 'We wanted to let you all know that after the Confetti tour in April/May next year we are going to be taking a break from Little Mix'

Instagram: The group also shared the statement on Instagram, writing: ‘We wanted to let you all know that after the Confetti tour in April/May next year we are going to be taking a break from Little Mix’

Last month Little Mix continued to defy the split rumours surrounding them. The group appeared on Capital Breakfast to discuss their greatest hits album and to vow to keep going for years ‘like The Rolling Stones’.

The chat came after Jesy Nelson left the group last December, citing a decline in her mental health.

After the news came to light, devastated fans have expressed their sadness at the band’s decision to split.

One wrote: ‘STOP IM CRYING,’ while another dramatically commented: ‘Crying and Sliding down a wall right now. I love you ladies so much you warm my hearts!’

A third reacted saying: ‘I am crying! Little mix will always be forever’ before another added: ‘So sad. I hope is not a 1D type of break.’

Many other expressed the same fear that the band would never reunite, like One Direction did after splitting in 2016 to pursue solo careers.  

One said: ‘*Traumatic 1D flashbacks*’ as another wrote under the announcement: ‘i hope this isn’t a ‘one direction’ break lmao’. Someone else who was upset by the decision wrote: ‘I’m crying but I’m happy for yous at the same time, sisters forever.’

Another fan said: ‘NOOOOOO i’ve heard that one before, don’t leave us. thank you for everything thing, i love you girls ❤️.’ Someone else fumed: ‘DONT LEAVE US LIKE ONE DIRECTION LEFT ME.’ 

Reaction: Lovers of the band - who formed on X Factor in 2011 - reacted in their droves and told how their 'hearts were broken', while others 'couldn't stop crying'

Reaction: Lovers of the band – who formed on X Factor in 2011 – reacted in their droves and told how their ‘hearts were broken’, while others ‘couldn’t stop crying’

Sad: One wrote: 'STOP IM CRYING' while another dramatically commented: 'Crying and Sliding down a wall right now. I love you ladies so much you warm my hearts!

Sad: One wrote: ‘STOP IM CRYING’ while another dramatically commented: ‘Crying and Sliding down a wall right now. I love you ladies so much you warm my hearts!

A year on: It comes nearly a year after Jesy Nelson left the group last December, citing a decline in her mental health

A year on: It comes nearly a year after Jesy Nelson left the group last December, citing a decline in her mental health

 From selling 50 million singles and breaking world records to rows over ‘inappropriate’ outfits and blackfishing, MailOnline takes a look at the highs and lows of Little Mix’s 10 years in the spotlight 

Little Mix announced their decision to split on Thursday after slowly but surely establishing themselves as the world’s biggest girl band over the last decade following their X Factor win in 2011. 

The band – consisting of Jade Thirlwall, Perrie Edwards and Leigh-Anne Pinnock – have sold over 50 million records worldwide, landed five number one singles and gained legions of adoring fans over their time in the spotlight.

But like most superstars they have over the years found themselves at the centre of various controversies, including several rows over their skimpy stage outfits, being called out for swearing on their tracks and most recently Jesy Nelson‘s black-fishing row.   

Now MailOnline take a look back at the highs and lows of the band’s time in Showbiz:  

Stars: Little Mix announced their decision to split on Thursday after slowly but surely establishing themselves as the world's biggest girl band over the last decade following their X Factor win in 2011 (pictured in 2019)

Stars: Little Mix announced their decision to split on Thursday after slowly but surely establishing themselves as the world’s biggest girl band over the last decade following their X Factor win in 2011 (pictured in 2019) 

CONTROVERSIES 

2017: Little Mix are criticised for their ‘naked’ stage outfits during One Love benefit concert for Manchester bomb victims:

In 2017 Little Mix took to the stage to perform an emotional rendition of Wings at the One Love Manchester concert organised after the Manchester terrorist bombings. 

Dressed in typically revealing fashion, the four-piece girl group all wore outfits in striped black and white with flourishes of gold jewellery leading viewers at home to complained that the stage outfits were inappropriate for a family-friendly benefit concert.  

While Leigh-Anne teased her cleavage in a tiny bra, Jesy Nelson and Jade Thirlwall opted for thigh-grazing leotards. Perrie Edwards was dressed in a more conservative fashion, letting the frilly nature of her outfit preserve her modesty. 

Oh dear: 2017: Little Mix are criticised for their 'naked' stage outfits during One Love benefit concert for Manchester bomb victims

Oh dear: 2017: Little Mix are criticised for their ‘naked’ stage outfits during One Love benefit concert for Manchester bomb victims

Despite their best efforts, some fans at home took exception to their revealing clothing. Flocking to Twitter some criticised the band for their ‘inappropriate clothing.’ 

One said: ‘No offence but why are Little Mix naked, it’s a benefit concert.’

Another said it was a shame Little Mix were ‘half naked’ – one even went as far as to dub them a ‘disgrace.’   

2021: Ex Little Mix member Jesy Nelson is embroiled in a bitter blackfishing row after her debut single Boyz is released:

In October this year ex band member Jesy Nelson, 30, was accused of blackfishing after she released her debut single Boyz with Nicki Minaj. 

In the music video, Jesy was seen as being heavily tanned and her hair styled with wigs and braids.

Blackfishing is used to describe a white person attempting to appear to have black heritage. 

Jesy announced she was leaving the band in December 2020 when she shared a lengthy statement on Instagram stating she was stepping back to protect her mental health. 

Backlash: In October this year Jesy Nelson, 30, was accused of blackfishing after she released her debut single Boyz with Nicki Minaj

Backlash: In October this year Jesy Nelson, 30, was accused of blackfishing after she released her debut single Boyz with Nicki Minaj

Clash: Jesy has been at the centre of huge drama of late, after former Little Mix bandmate Leigh-Anne previously accused her of blackfishing in the music video for Boyz

Messages: Leigh-Anne's social media messages were shared

Clash: Jesy has been at the centre of huge drama of late, after former Little Mix bandmate Leigh-Anne previously accused her of blackfishing in the music video for Boyz

Oh dear: Discussing her and Jesy's new single in an Instagram Live, Nicki branded Leigh-Anne and the rest of the group 'jealous miserable clowns'

Social media: The moment unfolded on social media

Oh dear: Discussing her and Jesy’s new single in an Instagram Live, Nicki branded Leigh-Anne and the rest of the group ‘jealous miserable clowns’ 

The singer took to Instagram to comment on the blackfishing claims, and credited her tan to a recent holiday in Antigua. She added: ‘I personally want to say that my intention was never, ever to offend people of colour with this video and my song because like I said, growing up as a young girl, this is the music that I listened to.

‘These are the videos that I watched and thought were the best. For me personally, ’90s/2000 hip hop, R&B music was the best era of music. I just wanted to celebrate that. I just wanted to celebrate that era of music because it is what I love.’  

Leaked messages between Leigh-Anne and influencer NoHun also saw the singer accuse Jesy of blackfishing in the music video.

Jesy then took part in an Instagram livestream with Boyz collaborator Nicki, who accused Leigh-Anne of trying to ruin Jesy’s new solo career and branded the new mother and the rest of the group ‘jealous miserable clowns’.

Jesy was then said to be ‘devastated’ Leigh-Anne had ‘sparked racial hatred’ and a new wave of intense trolling towards her, telling pals she couldn’t believe ‘someone she once called family could be so cruel.’  

Rumours: In 2019 Simon Cowell dismissed rumours of a feud with his former protégés Little Mix as they prepared to launch talent show The Search (pictured with Little Mix last year)

Rumours: In 2019 Simon Cowell dismissed rumours of a feud with his former protégés Little Mix as they prepared to launch talent show The Search (pictured with Little Mix last year)

Simon said: 'I thought their idea was a great idea. I owe those girls a lot, you know. Even though we gave them a launch pad, they sold a lot of records' (Little Mix pictured on the X Factor in 2011)

Simon said: ‘I thought their idea was a great idea. I owe those girls a lot, you know. Even though we gave them a launch pad, they sold a lot of records’ (Little Mix pictured on the X Factor in 2011)

2019: Simon Cowell is forced to dismiss Little Mix feud rumours   

In 2019 Simon Cowell dismissed rumours of a feud with his former protégés Little Mix as they prepared to launch talent show The Search.

Sparks flew that year when the talent show boss said he had the idea for X Factor: The Band – which was set for a 2020 release – before Little Mix offered him a role of co-producer on their own BBC prime time show 2021 The Search.

The girls then brought the date of their show forward, and while this sparked spat rumours, Simon quashed the claims while appearing on Heart Breakfast.

He said: ‘I thought their idea was a great idea. I owe those girls a lot, you know. Even though we gave them a launch pad, they sold a lot of records.’

2016: Little Mix are told off by a young fan for swearing in their hit song Hair:  

In 2016 a Little Mix fan contacted the band after her parents banned her from singing her favourite song as it has a ‘rude word’ in it. 

The song in question was a track on their Get Weird album titled ‘Hair’ which opens with the line ‘Cos he was just a d*** and I knew it.’  

Awkward: In 2016 a Little Mix fan contacted the band after her parents banned her from singing her favourite song as it has a 'rude word' in it

Awkward: In 2016 a Little Mix fan contacted the band after her parents banned her from singing her favourite song as it has a ‘rude word’ in it

Addressing the band as ‘Dear, Sir/Madam’, they wrote: ‘It’s a great song but I just wish I could sing it properly (my mum and dad won’t let me sing it as I am only eight). I understand that this cannot be changed but I am just making a point.

‘So I can sing along I have changed it to ‘he was just a plank and I knew it’, because it means the same thing’. 

Little Mix later retweeted the letter with lots of smiley face emojis.

ACHIEVEMENTS

2021: Little Mix make history as they become the first-ever girl band to score 100 collective weeks in the UK’s Top 10 Singles Chart:

In July 2021 Little Mix made chart history as they became the first girl group to score 100 collective weeks in the Top 10 Official Singles Chart. 

The pop group hit the landmark with their latest single Heartbreak Anthem in collaboration with Galantis and David Guetta.  

After the achievement, Leigh-Anne told Little Mix fans on Official Charts: ‘Wow! It’s amazing, and we wouldn’t have done this without you guys.

‘You never fail to blow us away – you’re just incredible and we wouldn’t be here without you. Thank you.’ 

Sweet Melody: In July 2021 Little Mix made chart history as they became the first girl group to score 100 collective weeks in the Top 10 Official Singles Chart (pictured in May at the Brit Awards)

Sweet Melody: In July 2021 Little Mix made chart history as they became the first girl group to score 100 collective weeks in the Top 10 Official Singles Chart (pictured in May at the Brit Awards) 

A collective 100 weeks in the Top 10 far exceeds any other girl group in UK chart history. 

Girls Aloud were the closest to hitting the landmark with 61 weeks in the singles chart, with iconic Motown group The Supremes just behind with 59 weeks.  

And even the iconic British girl power group Spice Girls couldn’t hit the record as they only managed 50 weeks in the top 10 singles chart. 

Little Mix have landed 18 UK top 10 singles to date, including five number ones – with Sweet Melody topping the charts most recently in January this year.  

Little Mix win two BRIT Awards:   

Earlier this year Little Mix won ‘Best British Group’ at the 2021 BRIT Awards, the first female group in history to ever win the award. 

Taking to the stage to accept their prize for British Group, Leigh-Anne said: ‘We have been together for 10 years it’s been the best years of our life, we’ve had so much fun we’ve made so many memories, we want to thank your incredible fans, Jesy.   

‘It’s not easy being a female in the UK pop industry, we’ve seen the misogyny, dominance and lack of diversity, we’re proud of how we’re stuck together and we’re using our voices more than ever.’

Jade added: ‘This award isn’t just for us, it’s for Spice Girls, Sugababes, All Saints, Girls Aloud, all the incredible girls bands we love you.’ 

Little Mix also won two BRIT Awards for their 2017 hit Shout Out to My Ex and their 2019 single Woman Like Me featuring Nicki Minaj.

Awards: Other awards include five Global Awards, six MTV Europe Music Awards, a Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Award and two Teen Choice Awards

Awards: Other awards include five Global Awards, six MTV Europe Music Awards, a Nickelodeon Kids’ Choice Award and two Teen Choice Awards 

Other awards 

Other awards include five Global Awards, six MTV Europe Music Awards, a Nickelodeon Kids’ Choice Award and two Teen Choice Awards. 

Tours  

The band had a total of six successful tours. 2022 will see the band finally hit the road with their highly anticipated Confetti Tour gracing arenas across the UK and Ireland. 

Steaming numbers

Over the last decade, Little Mix have collected over 19 million Spotify listeners, received over 3 billion YouTube views, and collated 12 billion streams worldwide. 

Telling song lyrics, tense group chats and talk of uncontrollable tears: All the signs Little Mix were set to split as they announce they’re ‘taking a break’ after 10 years

Little Mix devastated fans on Thursday as they announced they are taking a break after ‘ten amazing years’. 

Taking to Twitter, the trio revealed the news in a series of heartfelt tweets, explaining: ‘We feel the time is right to take a break so we can recharge and work on some other projects.’

However, news of the split may not comes as too much of a shock to some as the group previously dropped hints that they were set to go their separate ways in the future.

So as the music world processes the loss of one of the most successful girl groups in history, MailOnline take a look back at all the moments Little Mix showed signs they were planning to call it a day. 

All over: Little Mix devastated fans on Thursday as they announced they are taking a break after 'ten amazing years'

All over: Little Mix devastated fans on Thursday as they announced they are taking a break after ‘ten amazing years’

Emotional song leaves band in ‘floods of tears’ 

Fans recently spotted a big sign that an announcement was on the cards as the girls admitted they’ll be in ‘floods of tears’ when performing their song Between Us on their Confetti tour next year. 

Speaking in a video shared to their Instagram last month, Perrie Edwards, Leigh-Anne Pinnock and Jade Thirlwall opened up about how the song made them feel, admitting it will be an emotional moment when it comes to performing it. 

Perrie explained: ‘It’s a song we will never be able to get through live.’

And as the others agreed it makes them ‘cry’, she continued: ‘Every night on tour I think we are just going to be in floods of tears. It’s just such a cute, stunning song.’

Her poignant words hint that the song’s heartfelt lyrics could trigger all the emotions as they take to the stage on what will now essentially be their farewell tour.  

Hints? However, news of the split may not comes as too much of a shock to some as the group previously dropped hints that they were set to go their separate ways in the future

Hints? However, news of the split may not comes as too much of a shock to some as the group previously dropped hints that they were set to go their separate ways in the future

Instagram: The group also shared the statement on Instagram, writing: 'We wanted to let you all know that after the Confetti tour in April/May next year we are going to be taking a break from Little Mix'

Instagram: The group also shared the statement on Instagram, writing: ‘We wanted to let you all know that after the Confetti tour in April/May next year we are going to be taking a break from Little Mix’

Between Us lyrics – a farewell song? 

Although Between Us has been dubbed the ultimate friendship anthem that looks back on the girls’ time as a band over the last 10 years, it could now be said that the track is a goodbye anthem to each other and their loyal fans. 

One line includes: ‘When the curtains close and all of the lights go down, Safe to say I’ll stay, I will always stick around’.

The line certainly alludes to the group coming to an end, with the girls reassuring that their friendship will continue no matter what. 

Another line hinting that their bond will never end despite going their separate ways reads: ‘I swear that we won’t lose this thing we found. ‘Cause love will never leave us. Nothing comes between us.’

Rumours: As split rumours continued to swirl over the past few months - especially in the wake of the drama surrounding former member Jesy Nelson, Jade appeared to fan the flames as she opened up on the idea of the girls doing solo projects (pictured in 2019)

Rumours: As split rumours continued to swirl over the past few months – especially in the wake of the drama surrounding former member Jesy Nelson, Jade appeared to fan the flames as she opened up on the idea of the girls doing solo projects (pictured in 2019)

Jade admits the opportunity to do individual things is ‘really lovely’ 

As rumours around a potential split continued to swirl over the past few months – especially in the wake of the drama surrounding former member Jesy Nelson, Jade appeared to fan the flames as she opened up on the idea of the girls doing solo projects.

In an interview with Gay Times Magazine, the singer told how the opportunity to do things individually was ‘really love’ and that the girls doing their own thing was ‘beautiful to see’.

She said: ‘Oh, this is really lovely actually’ because as an individual you’re then getting the opportunity to show the public a bit more about yourself and what you’re actually passionate about.

However, she confessed that they were still ‘terrified’ at the thought of doing something for yourself’ after a decade of constantly working as a group. 

Jade added that the trio have managed to get their work ‘balance right’ and will always ‘champion each other’s success’, but are safe in the knowledge that they will forever have Little Mix to fall back on. 

Something to say?  Elsewhere, Perrie also touched on the trio's solo projects and once again discussed their unbreakable bond, once again hinting that the end was near

Something to say?  Elsewhere, Perrie also touched on the trio’s solo projects and once again discussed their unbreakable bond, once again hinting that the end was near

Perrie reaffirms their bond as she discusses Little Mix ‘venturing out individually’

Elsewhere, Perrie also touched on the trio’s solo projects and once again discussed their unbreakable bond, once again hinting that the end was near.

Speaking on Capital Radio earlier this month, the new mum addressed the split rumours while reassuring fans of Little Mix continuing to work together in the future.

She said: ‘I think no matter what Little Mix do, whether we venture out individually, whatever we do, Little Mix is forever, like Jade said.

‘We’ll always stick together, we’ll always tour, we’ll always do things together as a group, because, Little Mix is just, it’s fire.’

Breaking free? In one image of the group - including Jesy - posing at the 2017 Jingle Bell Ball, Judi notes that the group were 'striving for their own individuality', with Jesy rocking pink hair, while they failed to make physical contact while posing

Breaking free? In one image of the group – including Jesy – posing at the 2017 Jingle Bell Ball, Judi notes that the group were ‘striving for their own individuality’, with Jesy rocking pink hair, while they failed to make physical contact while posing

Body language expert hints things weren’t right with the group for YEARS

In the wake of the news Little Mix were taking a break, body language expert Judi James reveals that the cracks began to show in the band quite some time ago, telling The Sun: ‘The wonder of Little Mix is less about splits and more about how they managed to stay together as a foursome for as long as they did.’

Looking back at pictures over their 10 year career, Judi picked up on moments which appeared to show the yearning for individuality, while another hinted that the group were in ‘crisis mode’. 

In one image of the group – including Jesy – posing at the 2017 Jingle Bell Ball, Judi notes that the group were ‘striving for their own individuality’, with Jesy rocking pink hair, while they failed to make physical contact while posing.

Competition? while it may be seen as innocent posing, Judi reckoned it was a sign of the girls heading in different directs as they, in particularly Perrie and Jesy were 'competing for attention'

Competition? while it may be seen as innocent posing, Judi reckoned it was a sign of the girls heading in different directs as they, in particularly Perrie and Jesy were ‘competing for attention’

She penned: ‘There are also now signs of an active avoidance of touch as though the girls are growing up and no longer keen to just be seen as part of a ‘peas in a pod’ style team.’

A different snap on 2019 Brits red carpet sees the foursome donning glamorous outfits while pulling their best leggy poses for the camera.

But while it may be seen as innocent posing, Judi reckoned it was a sign of the girls heading in different directs as they, in particularly Perrie and Jesy were ‘competing for attention’.

Analysis: ‘This pose looks much more emotion-based as the girls seem lost in a meaningful discussion. Jesy sits out of the cluster here but looking back in towards the other three and the conversation and eye contact exchange seems to be between her and Perrie’

Elsewhere, in an image taken from the group’s talent show The Search last year, Judi suggested that a tense conversation between the girls hinted that they were in ‘crisis mode’.

Explaining their body language, she said: ‘This pose looks much more emotion-based as the girls seem lost in a meaningful discussion. Jesy sits out of the cluster here but looking back in towards the other three and the conversation and eye contact exchange seems to be between her and Perrie.’

She added that Leigh-Anne and Jade adopted ‘passive poses’ and that group looked ‘more adult and individual’, with the body language ‘signalling the style of discussions’ they may have needed to have at the start of their career together.  

Little Mix’s break announcement was shared on social media, with their statement reading in full: ‘We wanted to let you all know that after the Confetti tour in April/May next year we are going to be taking a break from Little Mix.

‘It’s been 10 amazing years, a wonderful non-stop adventure, and we feel the time is right to take a break so we can recharge and work on some other projects.

‘We can’t thank you enough for your love and never-ending support since the beginning. We love you all SO much.’

Little Mix went on: ‘We are not splitting up – Little Mix are here to stay. We have plans for more music, tours and performances in the future. We’ve made so many incredible memories with you all, and we can’t wait to make so many more.

‘We’re sisters and we’ll always have each other and you, the fans, in our lives. Little Mix is forever, see you on tour! Jade, Leigh-Anne and Perrie.’ 

Little Mix also posted a video compilation of some of their favourite moments over the years. 

Taking a break: Little Mix - consisting of Jade Thirlwall, Perrie Edwards, and Leigh-Anne Pinnock - have announced the group is taking a break after ‘ten amazing years’

Taking a break: Little Mix – consisting of Jade Thirlwall, Perrie Edwards, and Leigh-Anne Pinnock – have announced the group is taking a break after ‘ten amazing years’

Devastated Little Mix fans were quick to express their sadness at the band’s decision.

One wrote: ‘STOP IM CRYING,’ while another dramatically commented: ‘Crying and Sliding down a wall right now. I love you ladies so much you warm my hearts!’ 

A third reacted saying: ‘I am crying! Little mix will always be forever’ before another added: ‘So sad. I hope is not a 1D type of break.’

Many other expressed the same fear that the band would never reunite, like One Direction did after splitting in 2016 to pursue solo careers. 

Last month Little Mix continued to defy the split rumours surrounding them. 

The group appeared on Capital Breakfast to discuss their greatest hits album and to vow to keep going for years ‘like The Rolling Stones’.

The chat came after Jesy Nelson left the group last December, citing a decline in her mental health. 

Fear not: We are not splitting up - Little Mix are here to stay. We have plans for more music, tours and performances in the future. We've made so many incredible memories with you all, and we can't wait to make so many more'

Fear not: We are not splitting up – Little Mix are here to stay. We have plans for more music, tours and performances in the future. We’ve made so many incredible memories with you all, and we can’t wait to make so many more’


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