Little Mix members deny rumors of internal group fights: “we literally never fight”

LONDON, ENGLAND - NOVEMBER 24: Perrie Edwards and Jade Thirlwall of Little Mix attend BBC Radio 1's Teen Awards 2019 on November 24, 2019 in London, United Kingdom. (Photo by Jo Hale/Redferns)

Perrie and Jade were alone at the BBC Radio 1’s Teen Awards 2019, which took place on Sunday (24), but that doesn’t mean Little Mix is ​​disunited, quite the opposite. This is what they told the Mirror newspaper after rumors that there would be an internal fight.

In the interview, they state that everything is fine and that they can’t wait to get back to the studio, including Jesy and Leigh-Anne. “We’ll be back in the studio next week to start writing our next album, so we can’t wait to do that,” they commented.

For girls, these rumors of quarrels arise from a chauvinistic society issue. They recently canceled a tour of Oceania, which caused speculation.

“This comes from being in a girl band. People assume girls don’t get along with girls, ”said Perrie. Jade added, “We literally never fought. We are very boring! ”.

Among the projects for next year is the TV show “Little Mix: The Search”. The idea is to put together a new music group, following the steps they themselves took on The X-Factor.

“The auditions are happening now. There were thousands of people auditioning. It’s crazy! ”Perrie pointed out.

Coincidentally or not, X-Factor himself announced a special edition for groups. Little Mix recently broke up with Simon Cowell’s Syco label. This made the talk of competition increase. According to recent data, Little Mix’s reality show received more submissions than the special edition of X-Factor.


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