The Little Mix singer, Perrie Edwards, was recently left in agony after tearing the base of her spine in a horrific accident.
The injury came while the group are off to promote the release of their sixth album, Confetti. The 27-year-old revealed that she also suffered a slipped disc, and is "dying" every time she has to dance for a performance.
"I recently found out I have a slipped disc and tear in the base of my back/spine and I die every time we dance. But it’s worth it."
The injury occurred during the filming of their latest music video.
While the group is busy promoting their new record, Little Mix is due for primetime TV show performances on Saturday nights on their BBC1 show, The Search. Their schedule is also filing up as they are hosting the upcoming MTV Europe Music Awards.
An insider revealed that Perrie is in agony due to her injury but trying to keep going through the pain ahead of the much-anticipated album’s launch.
"Perrie is in pain with her back but she is soldiering on. It is a very uncomfortable injury to have but she’s not going to let anything put a stop to Little Mix’s mesmerising performances – not on their BBC1 show The Search nor the EMAs. For now, it’s business as usual and they are all eager to do the best performances of their career to showcase their new tracks," the insider revealed.
The Little Mix group’s latest album has gained huge attention ahead of its release date, as the new songs are set to be full of cryptic messages where the girls take savage swipes at their exes and enemies.
It is also revealed that the group has even taken aim at music mogul, Simon Cowell, in their new song Not A Pop Song, as they revealed that after they left his record lable, Syco, in 2018, he "f**ked us over".
Listening to Not A Pop Song, the girls did not hold anything back about their former boss, as the song suggests that Simon and his team treated the Little Mix group like "puppets on a string". They were signed to Cowell's record lable for seven years after their amazing X Factor win, but have recently signed with record lable RCA.