Little Mix’s Jade Thirlwall has ended rumors the group is on the verge of a split.
Ever since Jesy Nelson left the band to pursue a solo career and Thirlwall’s fellow students Leigh-Anne Pinnock and Perrie Edwards welcomed babies with their respective partners, fans have feared the singers would go their separate ways soon.
But in a new interview with the Star of the day, Thirlwall said she liked to think that the “Confetti” hitmakers “would still live” for decades to come.
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“We would do another tour, another concert with more music,” she imagined aloud. “I would love 20 years from now for a fabulous documentary about how amazing we are.”
Speaking on an Australian radio show Smallzy’s surgery earlier this week, the 28-year-old explained that the girls “will always be together” no matter what happens in the future, and that they will be “in the same boat” until the very end. .
“We’re a group,” she laughed.
Thirlwall’s comments come just weeks after Nelson confirmed that she and the remaining trio were no longer “talking” during an appearance on The Graham Norton Show.
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“It’s sad but honestly there is no bad blood on my side, and I still love them in pieces and sincerely wish them all the best,” she told the eponymous host, insisting that there is no grudge between the old quartet.
“I loved spending time with them, and we have the most amazing memories together, but it’s just one of those things that must take time, so who knows. For me, they remain the group of “sickest” girls in the world. ”
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