Little Mix opens up about their break, calling the decision “terribly emotional”.

The British girl group revealed on Thursday that they will be taking a break post their Confetti tour scheduled for 2022 to focus on “other projects”.

The band-mates, Leigh-Anne Pinnock, Jade Thirlwall, and Perrie Edwards consoled their fans by writing on social media that, they are not “splitting up” in fact, they have “music, tours, and performances” plans for the future.

While on The Graham Norton Show when the girls announced their break, Jade Thirlwall expressed her feelings regarding the hard decision, saying,  “It’s been terribly emotional.

We’ve still got the tour next year and a few other bits, but it’s been an 10 incredible years and we always said if we’re going to take a little break it would be on an incredible high, at our peak, so it seems like the right time.

“We are family and love each other to bits, so what’s lovely is that whatever we go off and do we can support each other through it and celebrate each other – it’s a lovely way to do it.”

On that, the other group member, Leigh-Anne Pinnock added, “It’s time to spread our wings a little bit and do our individual things.”

The girl band has recently released its new album, called, Between Us in celebration of 10 years of the band formation.

The band that found in 2011 on The X Factor became the first-ever girl band to win the Television music competition.

In 2021, the famous trio group made history after they bagged the Best British group title at the Brit awards.

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Thanks to their outstanding pieces like, Black Magic, Shout Out To My Ex, and Sweet Melody, the group, has fascinated fans across the globe.

Last year, in December, Jesy Nelson,30 said her goodbye to the Little Mix band after serving from 2011 to 2020,  saying the big responsibility has “taken a toll on her mental health”.

In October, when the former Little Mix member made an appearance at The Graham Norton Show, she revealed that she is “no longer being in contact with the former bandmates”.

The singer said to Norton, “We’re not talking any more. It is sad but honestly there is no bad blood from my side, and I still love them to pieces and genuinely wish them all the best.”