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Jesy Nelson’s life after Little Mix as she reveals she feels ‘free’ in new video

Jesy Nelson felt “free” after leaving Little Mix, she has said in her first interview since leaving the band.

In an up-close video interview with Cosmopolitan UK, the singer revealed she is working on solo music and “lots of content.”

“It was a mix of emotions,” she told the magazine. “But at the same time mentally I felt free and like a massive weight had been lifted off my shoulders because, for me, I had felt a massive amount of pressure being in a girl group.”

The hardest part of being in a girl group, she said, was the constant comparisons to her bandmates Perrie Edwards, Jade Thirwell and Leigh-Anne Pinnock.

She added the best part was the enormous fanbase the group built, travelling the world, and “everything we achieved together.”

Asked what she would like to achieve following her departure from Little Mix, the Romford-born pop star said winning a BRIT Award or performing at the BRITs as a solo artist would be the dream.

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As a solo act, Jesy said her day-to-day life is “not as structured” as it was in Little Mix, and she spends “a good few more hours in bed”.

The singer revealed Liam Payne of One Direction fame had been in touch with advice on how to make it as a solo artist.

Asked about what advice she would give to anyone struggling with mental health, Jesy, who previously explored the topic in the documentary Odd One Out, said those struggling should talk to someone and surround themselves with positive people.

“Life is far too short to be around people who bring you down and don’t make you happy,” she said.

Jesy told Cosmo UK there were other projects in the works, but could not go into any more detail.

“I think it’s going to be a brand new experience, but at the same time – exciting,” she said.



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