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  1. Nicki went on to defend Jesy and say she sees MANY celebrities who tan more than her. Jesy also got upset apologising to people who were offended by her video. Btw Nicki was ranting about Leigh-Anne for like 5 minutes and Jesy was completely silent until Nicki said 'She should shove those text messages up her ***' and Jesy couldn't help but laugh. Jesy speaks and apologises at the 8min mark:
  2. WOW. This social media influencer exposed Leigh-Anne and said how she kept asking him to make negative videos about Jesy. He was appalled she asked him to make videos like that knowing how much Jesy suffers with mental health. He also said Leigh-Anne lied saying Jesy blocked Little Mix when Leigh-Anne, Perrie & Jade unfollowed Jesy. I highly recommend you watch the below video. He said he has been a stan of Little Mix for 10 years and Leigh-Anne made him cry and feel so uncomfortable asking him to incite hate about Jesy. He DRAGS Leigh-Anne in a later upload: Related:
  3. Oh wow. Perrie, Leigh-Anne and Jade all unfollowed Jesy on social media. Jesy initially unfollowed them along with everyone else on her instagram a few months ago. Very sad for Little Mix fans.
  4. “I haven’t spoken to the girls,” she says and falls silent before continuing. “It is weird because for so many years we were as close as sisters, together every hour of the day for weeks, sharing beds, laughing, crying just 24/7 the four of us together and then…” her voice trails off. “Nothing.” She hasn’t seen Perrie and Leigh-Anne’s babies, I ask? She shakes her head. “No. I’ve sent a few texts, but that’s it. I can’t explain it, it’s like there has to be this distance. We were so close so you can’t do in-between, there has to be space and hopefully…” she pauses. “Hopefully at some point in the future we can all come back together. I love them. They are my sisters in so many ways, but for the time being we just don’t talk.” It’s clearly a tough subject. Jesy has always been at pains to explain that her problems were never caused by her relationship with the girls. It was about the pressure of being in a girlband, which meant looking a certain way, singing a certain type of song (Little Mix were very much dance pop whereas Jesy’s heart lies firmly in R&B and hip-hop) and inevitably falling victim to the media and social media’s endless game of comparisons. Being the ‘odd one out’ for Jesy meant never being good enough. She takes a deep breath. “In so many ways,” she says. “Doing a Little Mix shoot was always a terrifying experience for me. I would dread shoots, I couldn’t sleep the night before because I’d be so anxious about what clothes I had to wear, how I would look compared to the other girls, what people were then going to say. “I look back and I think how crazy it got. I’d starve myself for days and I’d wear these corsets every single day, pulled so tight I could barely breathe. I used to wear corsets every single day to make my waist smaller, which is mental but I so badly just wanted to look like Jade, Leigh and Perrie. “I couldn’t breathe half the time I was working and then my body would be covered in bruises from the corsets. But that’s how it was. My first nightmare moment was our very first shoot when the stylist had all my clothes in a size 8 and I’m a 12. They didn’t fit. I felt awful, I felt fat and that was how I always felt.” She pauses and then explains that on the Boyz video she wore a crop top. “A crop top,” she exclaims. “Me!” I am puzzled because I think of the all revealing clothes she wore from her Little Mix days. “No. I was the one covered up as much as possible. When I danced in that crop top I saw my belly rolls in the mirror and it didn’t bother me, in Little Mix if I’d seen any belly rolls I’d have been crying and screaming for a big T-shirt. So I was laughing to myself because I didn’t care. It sounds like a little thing but that was a big moment for me.” “I started using makeup and hair to mask who I genuinely was because I got slated for my face and my weight and how I looked. I did everything I could to not be myself. I tried ridiculous diets to lose weight. I changed my hair all the time. I got lip fillers. I did everything I could to be this girl people would accept.” She sees being able to go bare-faced as one of the ultimate signs of self-confidence and self-acceptance. “I’m not there yet, but I’m getting there. I don’t wear corsets, I stopped the lip fillers. I’m still wearing makeup, but nowhere near as much as I used to. But for Jesy, fame and riches as part of being in a ‘hot’ girlband was the price she paid for having her confidence, self-esteem and sense of self obliterated. Relentlessly trolled on social media with thousands of vile insults too repulsive to repeat, she dreaded being constantly compared to “these three naturally gorgeous, super teeny-tiny girls” (her words on her band mates) and lost herself to depression, eating disorders and one suicide attempt in 2013. A cruel comment about her weight on Twitter from self-appointed Queen of Mean, Katie Hopkins, propelled her into taking an overdose and being hospitalised. (“No, Katie Hopkins has never apologised,” she answers when I ask her. “No-one has ever said sorry to me at all.”) Speaking of that darkest moment, she says now, “In 2013, I genuinely thought I am never going to feel happy again,” she says. “Every day I would wake up and think ‘this is me now, this is how I feel and there’s nothing I can do to pull myself out of this. You honestly feel like you’re never going to move past that and that’s what gets you into that state of thinking ‘well why am I even here? What is the point?’” This incident, along with her spiralling mental health and depression was kept under wraps. On previous occasions when I have interviewed Jesy she was always polite, but emotionally closed off. Those huge eyes were guarded and any jollity always felt forced and fake. At times, she was, even by her own admission, difficult to be around. “I was a nightmare,” she says. “A lot of people who worked with me would have thought I was a pain in the arse and a real diva. The reality was I was a young girl going through trauma of people (on social media) 24/7 slating me physically. “I didn’t speak to anyone, I tried to keep it all in my head and we worked so hard, non-stop, travelling all over the world, touring all the time… but I wouldn’t really let anyone in. I’d shut things down.” BOYZ is out on Friday! Full interview with Glamour Magazine UK: https://www.glamourmagazine.co.uk/article/jesy-nelson-digital-cover-star-october-2021-interview
  5. This isn't the next single, they've just released a teaser for one of the new songs on Between Us! It sounds like a BOP!
  6. Jesy Nelson has opened up about her upcoming debut single, titled BOYZ. The track, which is expected to be released in the next few eeks weeks - is Jesy's first solo offering after parting ways with Little Mix last December. Speaking to Noctis XXI magazine in their Uprising issue, Jesy said: “I wanted to come back with a song where people are like 'OKAY!'. You're either going to love it or you're going to hate it and I would rather that than people be like, ‘meh, okay...'". "I just think it’s in your face," she continued. "I wrote it when I was going through a break-up and it's me all over. I just love a bad boy. I say it to people all the time… it’s not healthy!" Jesy's first post-Little Mix single is described in a press release as a "ballsy, audacious head-knocker infused with early 2000s R&B". The song reportedly samples Diddy's 2001 smash Bad Boy 4 Life. Discussing her decision to embark on a solo career, Jesy explained: “As an artist, I want to stay authentic to myself. I don't ever want to be given a song just because it's a hit. I want my songs to genuinely come from me as fans can tell when a song has and when it hasn't. That's what a true artist is, when you really are authentic to yourself and tell your own stories. “To be able to tell my truth and stories that people have never heard before is really nice and quite refreshing. It's like therapy for me”. Source: The OCC / Noctis The magazine is out in October. She is serving hot demon - this is the magazines usual vibe.
  7. Little Mix's Jade, who co-wrote Pretty Girls talked about how she still uses Britney's perfumes to this day and that Britney paved the way for celebrity perfumes and no-one has done it better since.
  8. So in 1997 an oasis member shaded the Spice girls being total s**ist and very mean. He was still upset how a girl group ended The short lived Britpop reign, he criticized them for being a commercial band making money off of their brand, at a time this was very uncommon in the Music industry unlike these days.. Fast forward 24 years later. The pop rocker, slammed little mix, saying they don't deserve best British band. Not much has changed I see for him.. Well Jade came in and said truth and shade. They are the best selling girl group in the UK, it's no secret despite the British media not even acknowledging that fact proving the ignorance of the media to dismiss the era of streaming and digital music, to preserve the pure sales era. But the shade came in when she said he maybe from oasis, but he's not the most successful from the Gallagher brothers by far. Get ha, Jade.. But it's still no surprise the oasis band broke up, the fact the brothers rivalry became a fractured family relationship that I don't even know if they mended it or are cordial. @Slayer
  9. I was watching a Little Mix interview about picking songs that heighten certain moods, and thought it would be interesting to hear what fellow Exhalers would pick. Here are the moods the radio station gave: Party Song Hangover Song Se.xy Song Hype Song Wedding First Dance Song Work Out Song Feel Good Song Road Trip Song Karaoke Song Breakup Song My Picks: Party Song: Miley Cyrus - We Can't Stop Hangover Song: Britney - Blur Se.xy Song: Britney - Breathe On Me Hype Song: Missy Elliot - Lose Control feat. Ciara & Fat Man Scoop Wedding First Dance Song: Shania Twain - From This Moment Work Out Song: Britney: Work B.itch Feel Good Song: Kylie - Your Disco Needs You Road Trip Song - Spice Girls - Say You'll Be There Karaoke Song: Madonna - Hung Up Breakup Song: Mariah Carey - We Belong Together ***I'm too much of a Britney fan to pick other songs than hers!!!
  10. I love the name and he is adorable! Little Mix's Perrie Edwards and boyfriend Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain announce baby name, Axel Oxlade-Chamberlain. I'm sure her and Alex are amazing parents already!
  11. I can't stop vibin' we love a self-love gratification anthem Little Mix been in the game 10 years Let's vibe
  12. Love (Sweet Love) was written by Jade and Leigh-Anne with MNEK, alongside Lauren Aquilina and Sakima, and is touted as an ‘elegant pop song about love and passion’. Celebrating the announcement, Perrie said: ‘We’ve loved being back in the studio this year working on new songs for the upcoming album and can’t wait for everyone to hear what we’ve cooked up!’ Jade added: ‘MNEK is family to us, so it’s always a joy to write with him, and Lauren and Sakima joining the mix proved to be very welcome!’ Leigh-Anne mused: ‘We are so excited for Love (Sweet Love) to be the first single released from Between Us. We loved shooting the video for this song, it feels like a real moment and we can’t wait to share it.’ The music video is out at 10am BST on Friday.
  13. Key parts of her interview: “I was having these panic attacks out of nowhere. I couldn’t understand what was happening. It got to the point where I thought, this is too much – I need to come out of this now.” Nelson has been calm, but starts to cry. “I did the music video and had a panic attack, and it was pretty mental that day. God, I haven’t really spoken about it and I’m getting upset. Sorry.” She brushes her tears away. “After the video I just got back in a really dark place and ended up back in hospital. That was when my mum said, ‘No more.’” The tears are still falling, and she grabs another tissue. “I had already decided. Then the girls spoke to Mum and said, ‘We think Jesy should come out of this now. She has to look after herself.’” So in the end it was their decision as much as hers? “Yeah,” she says. “Yeah. I know there are people who think I’ve let the other girls down, and that I’m so selfish, but I do think there comes a time in life when you do have to be selfish and look after yourself, and it was really affecting me mentally.” “Certain people on my team didn’t care.” She comes to a stop. “I’m not talking about the girls. There were people on my team who knew how I was feeling and didn’t give a ****. They just weren’t bothered.” She means management? “Yep. There was an energy when I walked into a room. I felt there were certain people on my team who just didn’t want me to be there.” I ask whether her unhappiness has made it tough for the girls over the years. “Of course. Course. We’ve all had our own problems. But it’s never nice to be around someone who’s down and doesn’t want to be there. As much as I needed to come out of it for myself, I didn’t want to keep putting three other people through that as well.” Now Little Mix is a trio, two of whom are pregnant. Does she think the group will stay together? “I reckon they’ll look after their babies, go off and do their own things for a while, then make a comeback together. I think they’re just as sick as a three. They’re still doing it for girl power. I still love them to pieces. They were like my sisters.” Has she been in touch with them? “No, not as much. Not now. I think we all need time. It’s a big thing that’s happened.” “What I’ve said about a million times is that I never said I’m coming out of the band to never be in the public eye again. I said I’m coming out of Little Mix because I could not deal with the pressure of being in a girl band, not that I can’t deal with the pressures of being in the spotlight or being famous.” In May she was accused on social media of “blackfishing” – a term used to describe white people who have altered their appearance to the extent that they look racially ambiguous. “I would never want to offend anyone, and that was really upsetting. I wasn’t aware that’s how people felt.” She sounds bewildered by the allegation. “In a group, you never really get to show off who you are because you get allocated a part. So now I’m doing this, I get to sing how I want.” “In lockdown I’d just become a little porky pig and eaten whatever I wanted, and then they’d sprung on us two weeks prior, ‘Oh, you’ve got a music video.’ I got in a panic because I’d put on weight.” The panic was exacerbated by the styling for the video. “They were like, ‘You’ve got to wear a bikini!’ Obviously, I don’t have to wear it, but I knew I couldn’t be in a video with the other three wearing a bikini and me in a dressing gown. I got in such a state about having to lose weight in two weeks and wear a bikini. I went back to work and was really down about myself.” In the end, she wore a corset while the others displayed their midriffs. Nelson was often dressed differently from the others in videos. For example, while they wore white, she would often wear black. “I never wanted to wear white because I thought white made me look fat,” she says. “So I’d wear black and there would be this constant joke online among fans: “Oh, someone forgot to tell Jesy about the white memo.” Nelson’s sent me one of her new songs called Boyz. It is R&B influenced, with an element of hip-hop thrown in for good measure (including a sample from P Diddy’s Bad Boy For Life.) In the song, co-written with producers Loose Change, she calls herself out for being attracted to bad boys. “Part of me feels I should be single for ever because in relationships you have to sacrifice so much. I like waking up and knowing this day is just for me and I don’t need to worry about anyone but me. I’m really not looking for a relationship any more.” Perhaps the problem is that men just aren’t that great? She beams. “I wish I liked women, I really do. I said that to my sister the other day because she’s gay. I said, ‘Jade, I wish I loved women,’ and she was like, ‘Well, just try it – you never know.’ And I said, ‘No, I love men too much.’ I just love the way men smell, I love muscles, and women don’t have that, do they?” Some do, I say. “Ha ha! I’ll never rule it out, I’ll just say that.” For now, Jesy Nelson is going to focus on herself. “I feel you only get one shot to make your impact as a solo artist, so I’m going all guns blazing. I don’t want people to be, ‘Oh, that’s nice,’ or ‘I expected her to do that.’ I want people to be, ‘**** my life, she’s here!’” I remind her what her bandmate Jade Thirlwall said about her becoming a broken doll. Did she recognise that? “Yes!” If she was a broken doll then, what is she now? “Now? I am a dolly that’s been put back together again. I’m not going to say I’m a new dolly; I’m not going to sit here and say, ‘Oh my God, I’m not insecure any more, I’m the most confident person ever,’ because that would be bull****.” If she’s going to stay healthy, she says, it is vital that she’s honest with herself – and her fans.“I still have my insecurities and I probably always will, but it’s learning how to deal with them and accepting them. I still have days when I get down, but I’m definitely not broken. That’s for sure.” Full article: https://amp.theguardian.com/music/2021/aug/21/jesy-nelson-on-leaving-little-mix-i-felt-everybody-hated-me?__twitter_impression=true
  14. Congratulations to Perrie and Alex! Perrie's brother commented saying they cannot wait to meet their nephew, so I guess it is a baby boy <3
  15. LITTLE Mix never cracked the US – but Jesy Nelson’s new team are doing everything they can to make sure she does after going solo. The plan includes fighting to get Jesy on one of the biggest global stages. I can reveal that ten years after shooting to fame on The X Factor, she is in talks to appear at the MTV Video Music Awards in New York next month for the most significant performance of her career so far. Her new US label, Republic Records, is pushing for Jesy to sing her debut single Boyz with Nicki Minaj at the ceremony, which also features Lil Nas X, Olivia Rodrigo and Camila Cabello. An insider said: “The MTV VMAs is one of the biggest nights in music, watched by millions around the world, so everyone is working hard to get Jesy a performance slot. “Nothing has been locked in yet but talks are happening right now and if her team pulls it off, it will be huge. “If she pulled off a killer performance, it would show that she is here to take the pop world by storm. “Her label thinks the single will appeal to people in the US as it samples Bad Boy For Life by P Diddy and features Nicki, so putting her in front of those audiences will give her career there a huge boost.” Boyz will be released early next month with a big-budget video shot earlier this month. Little Mix never performed at such a key US awards show but did host November’s MTV EMAs — minus Jesy — in Europe. The VMAs air September 12th. Source: The Sun Wow, The Sun is usually extremely reliable with Little Mix news and always reveals LM stuff before it happens. Do you guys think this will happen? I'd be really shocked if it did but she has a really good US label, the same as Ariana and Taylor's.
  16. OH MY GOD. The album will feature their hits plus 5 NEW SONGS!! Each album/picture disc has slightly different track lists! On the girls individual picture discs they add two of their own personal favourite songs each! The Deluxe CD includes all their singles! The album is out November 12th 2021.
  17. Little Mix: 10 Year Anniversary Tour 2021/2022 Edited*** My fan setlist is excluding intros, transitions, and other elements-just the song setlist: Move/ Wings Break Up Song DNA/ Power feat. Stormyz Secret Love Song Heartbreak Anthem Cannonball/ Only You/ No More Sad Songs feat. Machine Gun Kelly Salute Wasabi Confetti feat. Saweetie Rendezvous Kiss My feat. Anne Marie Hair/ Motivate/ Reggaeton feat. CNCO Holiday Acoustic/ Love Me Like You Acoustic Black Magic New Single Touch Woman Like Me feat. Nicki Minaj Encore: 18. Bounce Back feat. Jesy Nelson 19. Jesy Nelson solo single feat. Nicki Minaj 20. Sweet Melody feat. Jesy Nelson 21. Shout Out To My Ex feat. Jesy Nelson (Video montage of their careers and friendship over the last 10 years) Happy Ten Years Girls!!! @Slayer
  18. Little Mix's 10 year anniversary is on Thursday! It looks like the girls are set to announce something or release a new song in celebration of being together for 10 years! Little Mix became the first ever group to win the X Factor UK and went on to achieve 5 UK Number 1s and 18 top 10 hits. I'M SO EXCITED Snippet at the end:
  19. 100 tracks spans The exclusive Now that's what I call HMV!, an exclusive 5 CD set being sold as a limited edition to the biggest British record shop chain.. Britney spears debut single, Black Magic by Little mix, the juggernaut Wannabe is included along with countless others. Sadly former Now mainstay Kylie minogue isn't included as PWL is with BMG Rights management UK and Parlophone is with Warner music which was never a Now artist label. Anybody excited.. The decades go from the 60s to about 2015 in pop Music.. Pre order link is live to UK residents only as this is a UK release. @Slayer
  20. The Spice girl known as Baby, discusses how she felt when little mix acknowledged them, they talk about how it's still shocking that not very few British pop acts made it to the global scale like the Spice girls did, and yet, the British Music industry shut them out on all awards to just local popular acts at the time.. The hosts discuss without the Spice girls, girl groups wouldn't have been a thing, Emma elaborated back in the 90s, nobody believed them, they were told, they would never be cover stars on mags, as Boys sold magazines, and for Geri, she was told the industry never cared about the gays or youth question themselves, as aiming for teenage girls was where the money was at. Obviously all those doors were broken and ceiling's shattered, and oddly this led to uni*** pop bands like S Club 7 and steps, etc, something the US never tried in capitalizing at all during the teen pop mania. UK realized if we have markets for boy bands, and girl bands, you can combine both and get a bigger audience shares, and it worked especially for S club 7 and Steps. @Slayer @Jordan Miller
  21. Oh my god they actually look like them, especially Jesy’s! The look is based of Little Mix’s ‘Bounce Back’ music video. This is also a celebration of their 10 year anniversary together. Photos of the real Little Mix from the video:
  22. Little Mix celebrate hitting a landmark 100 weeks in the Top 10 on the Official Singles Chart - more than any other girl group in UK chart history. In the same week the group's figures at the iconic Madame Tussauds were unveiled, Heartbreak Anthem - the trio's collaboration with Galantis and David Guetta - places at Number 7, marking their 100th week in the Top 10 across all of their releases. Celebrating the news, Leigh-Anne Pinnock had a message for their fans. “Wow! It’s amazing, and we wouldn’t have done this without you guys," she said. "You never fail to blow us away – you’re just incredible and we wouldn’t be here without you. Thank you.” A collective 100 weeks in the Top 10 far exceeds any other girl group in UK chart history - the closest are Girls Aloud, with 61 weeks across their 21 Top 10 singles. Behind them are iconic Motown group The Supremes at 59 weeks, followed by Sugababes at 57 weeks, and Spice Girls on 50 weeks. Little Mix have landed 18 UK Top 10 singles to date, including five Number 1s, most recently in January this year with Sweet Melody. Girl groups with the most weeks in the Official Singles Chart Top 10 Little Mix - 100 weeks Girls Aloud - 61 weeks The Supremes - 59 weeks Sugababes – 57 weeks Spice Girls - 50 weeks *****cat Dolls - 43 All Saints – 41 Bananarama – 40 Atomic Kitten - 38 Eternal - 35 Destiny’s Child - 35
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