Little Mix say Jesy Nelson hasn't shared her new music with them and they couldn’t ‘force’ her to stay

LITTLE Mix say Jesy Nelson hasn't shared her new music with them.

Leigh-Anne Pinnock, Perrie Edwards, and Jade Thirlwall appeared on Capital Radio this morning as they released their first song as a trio.

Jesy quit Little Mix last year, saying that nine years in the band "took a toll on her mental health".

But she's since revealed she's going solo – and has been in the studio recording her future hits.

Quizzed by host Roman Kemp about how they felt when Jesy decided to leave, Jade said: "It was very sad, but if someone's heart's not in it…"

Asked if they'd heard her new music, Leigh-Anne replied: "We haven't actually."


Jesy took "extended time off" from the group in November before announcing she was leaving for good weeks later.

She said she was leaving Little Mix with a "heavy heart" as she reflected on the success the band have enjoyed since winning The X Factor in 2011, Jesy insisted it had been the "most incredible time" of her life.

She continued: "I can't thank you all enough from the bottom of my heart for making me feel like the luckiest girl in the world.

"You have always been there to support and encourage me and I will never ever forget it.

"The truth is, recently being in the band has really taken a toll on my mental health. I find the constant pressure of being in a girl group and living up to expectations very hard."

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Jesy added: "I need to spend some time with the people I love, doing things that make me happy.

"I'm ready to embark on a new chapter in my life – I'm not sure what it's going to look like right now, but I hope you'll still be there to support me."


The star went on to thank her bandmates writing: "Most of all I want to say thank you to Jade, Perrie and Leigh-Anne for creating some of the most amazing memories I'll never forget.

"I hope that you'll continue to fulfil all of your dreams and keep making music that people love."

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