Little Mix look sensational as they pose in nothing but glitter for sizzling new artwork and reveal their sixth album will be called Confetti
They’re one of the world’s biggest girlbands.
And Little Mix delighted fans on Wednesday as they revealed their hotly-anticipated sixth studio album will be called Confetti.
The girls- Jade Thirlwall, Perrie Edwards, Leigh-Anne Pinnock and Jesy Nelson-all looked sensational as they posed up a storm wearing only glitter on their faces in the sizzling new artwork to accompany their record.
New music! Little Mix have announced that their sixth studio album will be called Confetti with a sizzling cover showing them covered in glitter
Sharing the artwork across two Instagram posts, the beauties dropped heavy hints about the album’s name before confirming it would be ‘Confetti’ in the captions.
They: ‘CONFETTI. We are soooo happy to share this news with you guys, our new album will be all yours 6th November 2020 and you can pre-order from this Friday.
‘So much love, emotion and energy has gone into the making of this record and now the news is out we can finally get excited about it with you!!’
Little Mix’s Confetti will be their sixth studio album after already releasing DNA, Salute, Get Weird, Glory Days and their most recent offering LM5 in 2018.
Not long to wait: The band said their music will be released on November 6, adding that ‘so much love, emotion and energy’ had gone into making it
Glam: Jesy and Leigh-Anne looked sensational as they held their hands to their faces and showed off their glittery eye-shadow in the album cover
Sizzling: Bandmates Jade and Perrie also posed up a storm in colourful makeup looks
In the Confetti shoot, Jesy sizzled as she held her manicured hands up to her neck and wore glitter across her forehead as well as a shimmering pink eye-shadow.
Next to her, Leigh-Anne also commanded attention as she placed her hands around her head and stared directly at the camera.
Jade also looked fantastic as she pursed her lips and added a splash of colour to the band’s makeup look with some glittery blue eye-shadow.
Excited! Fans and record companies quickly commented on the announcement saying they couldn’t wait to hear the new music in November
While Perrie also went for a hand pose, placing one on her cheek, and rocking glitter around her eyes and nose.
Fans were quick to celebrate the news, with many saying they were excited and one even adding that Little Mix’s album was coming to ‘save 2020’.
The thrilling announcement comes after Jesy received an outpouring of love and support from fans following her emotional BBC performance.
Emotional: It comes after Jesy, 29, suffered a panic attack during her Radio One Live Lounge performance with her band (pictured)
The songstress was joined by her bandmates at the London studios, but had to leave the stage after breaking down in tears.
Following their incredible live rendition of new single, Holiday, Jesy began to tear up and held up her hands to show that she was visibly shaking.
Although the girls had been trying to adhere to social distancing, Jade broke the rules in order to comfort Jesy.
The band then left the stage together before a member of production was seen heading to talk to the star.
Supported: Fans were quick to check if the singer was ok and her bandmate supported her on stage
Candid: Explaining the incident to her concerned fans, Jesy later took to Instagram to share a video from rehearsals as she revealed she had suffered a panic attack
The cameras livestreaming the performance were immediately cut off, but started up again later when Jesy returned to the stage and bravely finished the gig.
Explaining the incident to her concerned fans, Jesy later took to Instagram to share a video from rehearsals as she revealed: ‘So I had panic attack right before we were about to sing this for live lounge today and like a pro @perrieedwards jumped in for my part last minute and smashed it this is what we originally did in rehearsals’.
Jesy – who has spoken candidly about her struggles with anxiety and depression – was immediately comforted by fans, who took to Twitter to express their love for her.
Fans penned: ‘proud of jesy for quickly pulling herself together and proceeding to sing her heart out, it isnt easy to just snap out of it on the spot when anxiety takes over. i hope she knows she has our endless love and support.’
Late last year, Jesy revealed that horrific trolling – which clouded her perception of success – left her in a ‘deep depression’ and even caused her to attempt suicide.
She spoke candidly about her mental health struggles in BBC documentary, Odd One Out, which broke a viewing record for BBC Three and won a National Television Award.
Six months on from the documentary, Jesy gave an interview with MailOnline in March, as she admitted is ‘still working on herself’ but is now ‘mentally stronger’.
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Beautiful and brave: Late last year, Jesy revealed that horrific trolling – which clouded her perception of success – left her in a ‘deep depression’ and even caused her to attempt suicide