LITTLE Mix star Jade Thirlwall has revealed the chart-topping girl group will start work on their sixth album next week.
The 26-year-old singer was speaking to The Sun at the BBC’s Teen Awards in London, where she appeared with bandmate Perrie Edwards.
Little Mix stars Perrie Edwards and Jade Thirlwall were speaking at tonight’s Teen Awards[/caption]
She said: “We go back into the studio next week to start writing our next album so we can’t wait to do that.”
The pair also shut down talk of a rift in the band, insisting they were “too boring” to have bust-ups.
Jade explained: “We’ve heard rumours about us not getting on, but it’s absolute rubbish.
“We’ve had it for eight years. People think girls don’t get on with girls but we literally never fight. We are so boring like that.”
The group are going back to the studio to start work on their sixth album next week[/caption]
Girls Aloud, pictured on stage at Fusion Festival this year, denied rift rumours[/caption]
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They also opened up about next year’s BBC show Little Mix: The Search, which will put together a new group in direct competition to Simon Cowell’s X Factor: The Band.
Perrie, also 26, explained: “Auditions are happening now. There have been thousands of people auditioning. It’s amazing.”
Jade added: “We don’t want to give too much away, but there are no genres – we are completely open.
“Boys, girls, numbers-wise – it doesn’t matter. We just want to find the next amazing band.”
Watch BBC Radio 1’s Teen Awards next Saturday on BBC Two at 4pm