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Jade Thirlwall gushes she’ll miss having her Little Mix bandmates ‘by her side 24/7’

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An emotional Jade Thirlwall held back tears as she discussed parting ways with Little Mix after their last tour this week on Tuesday’s episode of The One Show.

In the band’s final TV interview before they disbanded to focus on solo activities, the 29-year-old singer shared how Perrie Edwards, 28, and Leigh-Anne Pinnock, 30, “are by her side 24 hours a day and 7 days a week”, he will miss.

The pop trio will wrap up their Confetti tour this weekend by heading to London’s 02 Arena for a sold-out final concert.

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Upset: An emotional Jade Thirlwall held back tears as she discussed splitting from Little Mix after their last tour this week on Tuesday’s episode of The One Show

Asked by host Alex Jones what she’ll miss most about being in a band, Jade became visibly emotional as she replied, “I’m gonna miss it all!” We cry with laughter every day, we spend all of our time together so I think we’ll miss being in each other’s company all the time.

“This brotherhood will never be lost, but I will miss having them by my side 24/7. We want to say thank you to all the fans for the past ten years, we are so grateful.

“This last show on Saturday will be so special, we still pinch ourselves, we’ve come this far.”

On the end of an era, Leigh-Anne added of the final tour: “The last shows of the tour were amazing in front of thousands of fans, it was so emotional and we came to the end so soon. , it’s sad but they were incredible.

Girls: In the group's final TV interview before they disbanded to focus on solo activities, the 29-year-old singer shared how Perrie Edwards, 28, and Leigh-Anne Pinnock, 30,

Girls: In the group’s final TV interview before they disbanded to focus on solo activities, the 29-year-old singer shared how Perrie Edwards, 28, and Leigh-Anne Pinnock, 30, “at he will miss his 24/7” sides.

“We’re doing a worldwide live broadcast of the 02 show on Saturday so you can all watch it on your computers.”

Jade went on to explain how their relationship will change as they embark on solo projects.

She said, “What’s so beautiful is that whatever we do moving forward, we will support each other.”

“For 10 years we’ve been in this group supporting each other and that’s not going to change now once we start doing our own thing.”

Performance: The pop trio will wrap up their Confetti tour this weekend when they head to London's 02 Arena for a sold-out final show (pictured performing in Manchester last week)

Performance: The pop trio will wrap up their Confetti tour this weekend when they head to London’s 02 Arena for a sold-out final show (pictured performing in Manchester last week)

During the chat, Perrie also opened up about motherhood after welcoming her first child, a baby boy named Axel, with boyfriend Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain last summer.

She gushed: “Even hearing people say ‘you’re a mum’ is so weird!” It’s so magical and it’s the best feeling in the world, there’s no love like that.

She also revealed that her favorite Little Mix song is Shout Out To My Ex, which she says is “a classic” and “iconic”.

Little Mix are currently on the road with their sold-out Confetti Tour before taking an indefinite hiatus to focus on solo projects.

Pals: Asked by host Alex Jones what she will miss most about being in a band, Jade became visibly emotional when she replied:

Pals: Asked by host Alex Jones what she’ll miss most about being in a band, Jade became visibly emotional when she replied, “I’ll miss it all!” (backstage photo from the tour)

Speaking exclusively to MailOnline last week, the girls explained how their families will be at their last concert to mark the end of an era.

Jade said: “We will have all the people there who have played a significant role in our careers, as well as our family and friends. So there’s going to be a lot of love in this arena. And it’s amazing that it’s spreading all over the world!

Perrie added: “Because this is a global live stream, we will have everyone around the world with us.” It’s going to be a huge moment.

Since its inception on The X Factor in 2011, Little Mix has sold over 50 million records worldwide and racked up three billion views on YouTube.

Interview: She added:

Interview: She added: ‘This brotherhood will never be lost, but I will miss having them by my side 24/7. We want to say thank you to all the fans for the past ten years, we are so grateful’

Opening: At the end of an era, Leigh-Anne added about the last tour:

Opening: At the end of an era, Leigh-Anne added of the last tour: “The last shows of the tour were incredible in front of thousands of fans”

Fourth member Jesy Nelson left the group in 2020, but last year they became the first girl group to win Best British Group at the BRITS.

All three plan to release solo material and Jade and Leigh-Anne have already announced deals with RCA and Warner respectively.

However, before launching their new career, the top priority is to take some well-deserved time off.

The Girls have been on tour for months now after it was canceled due to Covid restrictions and need to take some time off.

Perrie continued: ‘I’ve booked a wonderful month-long holiday. It could take two or three months because we all need a little time to recharge our batteries.

Leigh-Anne added: ‘That’s the main thing, taking the time to recharge. We definitely all need a break.

Tickets for the Little Mix global live stream event The Last Show (for now…) on May 14th from The O2, London are available now here.

Icons: Since its inception on The X Factor in 2011, Little Mix has sold over 50 million records worldwide and racked up three billion views on YouTube (pictured in 2018)

Icons: Since its inception on The X Factor in 2011, Little Mix has sold over 50 million records worldwide and racked up three billion views on YouTube (pictured in 2018)

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