Jesy Nelson, 30, has spoken in a new interview about her relationship with her Little Mix bandmates following her exit late last year. The singer revealed she has not spoken to Leigh-Anne Pinnock, Jade Thirlwall or Perrie Edwards since she left.
Hopefully at some point in the future we can all come back together.
Speaking exclusively to Glamour Magazine ahead of her single launch, she said: “I haven’t spoken to the girls.
“It is weird because for so many years we were as close as sisters, together every hour of the day for weeks, sharing beds, laughing, crying just 24/7 the four of us together and then…
Jesy hopes that in the future the girls can all be friends again.
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She said: “Hopefully at some point in the future we can all come back together.
“I love them.
“They are my sisters in so many ways, but for the time being we just don’t talk.”
Jesy even admitted that she has not seen Perrie or Leigh-Anne’s newborn babies.
In May, Perrie announced she was expecting her first child with footballer Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain.
She had the baby August 21, with Leigh Anne having her twins on August 16.
Near the end of Jesy’s time with Little Mix she claimed an illness prevented her from appearing during the final of the Little Mix tour, The Search.
She also missed co-hosting the 2020 MTV Europe Music Awards.
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The group’s publicist announced in November 2020 that Jesy would be taking an extended hiatus from the group for medical reasons.
Jesy’s break came at a similar time to the release of the group’s album, Confetti, which was released on November 6.
On December 14, Jesy announced her departure from the group due to her mental health struggles.
Following this, Little Mix announced they would be continuing as a trio.
Jesy has been open about her mental health struggles in recent years, with her 2019 documentary receiving over 3.3 million views.
Her documentary, named Jesy Nelson: Odd One Out was about her experiences in the band during their early days, concentrating on her body image and the verbal abuse she received.
It broke multiple records and became one of BBC Three’s top factual documentaries since the title moved online.
The documentary also won the Factual Entertainment Award at the 25th National Television Awards.
Read the full interview in the GLAMOUR U.K. October Digital Issue online now.
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