Little Mix’s Perrie Edwards suffers serious injuries ahead of album launch as she tears base of spine


Little Mix’s Perrie Edwards has suffered a painful injury as the world’s biggest girl group releases their new album. It’s now been almost nine years since Perrie and his teammates Jade Thirlwall, Jesy Nelson and Leigh-Anne Pinnock won The X Factor and since then they have established themselves as a pop force to be reckoned with through numbers. 1 like Wings, Black Magic and Shout. Out to My Ex as well as a series of hit albums and sold-out tours.

The quartet will release a new Confetti album at the end of next week, but in the run-up to their much-anticipated downfall, Perrie, 27, has been left in agony after tearing the base of her spine.

Opening on how she feeds off the pain, the South Shields singer said, “I recently found out I had a slipped disc and a tear at the base of my back / spine and I’m dying every time. times we dance. ”

Little Mix will be back on screen this weekend as their talent show The Search continues with its live broadcasts, and then, one week on Sunday, the girls will host the 2020 MTV Europe Music Awards, days after the release of Confetti, which means Perrie has a wrapped chedule in front of her as she heals the wound.

A Little Mix insider told The Sun, “Perrie has back pain but she persists,” a source told the publication.

“It’s a very uncomfortable injury, but it won’t let anything put an end to Little Mix’s fascinating performances – not on their BBC1 The Search nor on EMAs.

“Right now it’s business as usual and they’re all looking forward to putting on the best performances of their careers to present their new tracks.”


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