Little Mix say they'll miss "everything" about the band ahead of split
End of an era.
Little Mix has said that they'll miss "everything" about the band during their last interview as a trio.
Saying they'll miss laughing and crying together, they got emotional ahead of their planned hiatus after announcing they'll be taking some time off in December.
Following their Confetti tour, the girls are set to take the break after 10 years as a band.
Leigh Anne Pinnock, Jade Thirlwall and Perrie Edwards appeared on the One Show in Nottingham for their last ever interview ahead of their last show in the O2 in London this weekend which is set to be livestreamed worldwide.
Asked by fans what they would miss most about being in a band, Thirlwall said: “Oh gosh, don’t start me off, I’m already emotional. Everything, honestly everything.
“We honestly cry laughing every day, don’t we?”
Holding back the tears, she continued: “We do genuinely spend all of our time together, so I think we’ll just miss that – each other’s company and being on stage together.
“That sisterhood is always going to stay obviously but I’ll miss them being next to me 24/7.”
The girls formed on X Factor back in 2011 and became the first group to win.
Edwards added that her most memorable experience in the band was "making history and winning that Brit Award was amazing”.
“I think just anytime we’re knocking down the barriers that people have built for a girl group it’s just felt really good to us,” Edwards added.
Asked whether fans could expect any solo music, Thirlwall answered: “I think we’ll all try a little something.”
“Our whole adult lives we’ve been in this group together supporting each other and that’s not going to change once we start doing our own thing in the future”, she added.
“We don’t want it to end, how is it coming to the end so soon?" Pinnock said.
“It’s sad but they’ve been amazing”.