Little Mix have revealed their plans to split ahead of their final gigs as a group.
Late last year, the trio announced they would be taking a break from the band after 11 years together at the end of their Confetti Tour.
However, in an interview with The Sun, they made it clear they did not intend their hiatus to be permanent, admitting they were already considering reunion plans.
“Honestly, we haven’t even split up yet and we’re already talking about getting back!” Perrie Edwards told the newspaper. “We’re like, ‘is two years enough? Two years and a little?’
Jade Thirlwall agreed: ‘You can’t deny our relationship – anytime anyone comes to watch the show or sees us in interviews or on social media it’s pretty obvious we can’t live one. without the other.
“We know how phenomenal we are together, so why would we ever want to do this again? Change has to happen in life, you have to move on at some point and try new things, but it’s so comforting to know that we find each other again.
“We don’t know how long this will last but I’m already ready for this meeting!”
The band members also said that there would be no rivalry between them when they launch their solo endeavors, insisting that their friendship is more important than solo success.
“We all said we’ll let each other know when we’re going to come out so we don’t bump into each other on the charts,” Perrie explained. “We root for each other, not compete against each other.”
Leigh-Anne Pinnock added: “We’re so close and that’s the problem. We’re all going to be in communication about it all the time.
Little Mix was put together by The X Factor judges in 2011, after auditioning as four solo artists, and won the show.
In 2020, band member Jesy Nelson announced that she was leaving the band, telling fans at the time that being part of Little Mix was taking a toll on his mental health.
While all parties initially maintained that Jesy’s exit from Little Mix was amicablethat seems to have changed somewhat late last year, when they admitted they were no longer in touch with each other amid spinoff speculation.
Little Mix’s final show on their Confetti Tour will take place at London’s O2 Arena on May 14, but will also be streamed live so fans around the world can watch what promises to be an emotional farewell for the band. topping the charts.