GIRLS VOW TO STAY IN THE MIX
LITTLE Mix are tipped to return with new single Break Up Song but they are doing anything of the sort.
The quartet launch their so-called “new era”, which includes imminent new song and BBC TV talent show The Search.
It proves Little Mix are stronger than ever says Jade Thirlwall: “It’s all or nothing with us. We are sisters so if one of us left, that would be it!” Rumoured new single Break Up Song might hint at heartbreak but three of the girls are in long-term relationships and have no intentions of ditching them either.
Jesy Nelson, who dates Love Island star Chris Hughes,
laughed: “Chris is in a world of his own. He’s not normal. Everyone who meets him says, ‘I’ve never met anyone like him.’ It’s cute.
“I think, ‘I’d love to be in your head.’ There are no cares or worries. He’s just in Chris-land.”
Perrie Edwards wishes she could see footie player Alex Oxlaidechamberlain more: “He lives f***ing ages away [Perrie lives in London]. As soon as we get a day off, the thought of having to drive to Manchester is an effort. But because I want to make it work and I absolutely adore him, I just grin and bear it.”
Leigh-anne Pinnock feels the same way about her partner, Watford FC star Andre Gray, telling the May issue of Cosmopolitan: “I live with my boyfriend and still don’t see him. The team stays in hotels before matches, so if they have two a week I don’t see him. It’s insane.”
Jade remains single but she’s in a better place after struggling with confidence: “I used to want a boob job. I [felt] that I wasn’t sexy enough in the band.”
Jesy had similar issues but making emotional TV documentary Odd One Out helped: “I put myself in a really vulnerable place, but now I am glad I did.
“Honestly, I didn’t like one thing about myself. I will never lie and say I absolutely love myself now. But I am 100% better than I was before.”
● Read the full interview in the May issue of Cosmopolitan – on sale March 26.