Little Mix’s Jade Thirlwall gives fans a tour of her London flat with toilet guest book and gold discs on the walls – The Sun
LITTLE Mix's Jade Thirlwall gave fans a tour of her London apartment from the inside of her mini-bar to the toilet guest book.
The singer, 27, filmed her cool pad on her phone as she gave Capital host Roman Kemp a guided virtual tour.
There is a framed Newcastle United shirt in her living room while Little Mix discs are on the wall in the hallway.
Jade said: "Finally, I’ve got a really egotistical corridor with all me plaques on.
"Look there’s the washing on the line. [Showing off her plaques] Can you see?"
And she had the studio in stitches when she revealed she liked guests to log the type of poos they have.
She continued: "Yeah so basically when people use me loo, they get to see all my success.
"And finally, in the guest toilet, we have the toilet guest book where you can sign in and let us know what kind of poo you’ve had."
Earlier this month Little Mix claim they were stopped from pushing the girl power message further under their old label and former boss Simon Cowell.
During the making of their LM5 album in 2018, the girl band had to switch labels to RCA after a fallout with The X Factor judge’s Syco.
And Jade said it “f***ed us over”.
Asked why fans didn’t see much female empowerment in their music videos, Jade added: “We did a little bit but we had a switch of labels during the LM5 process and that really f***ed us over. It was harder to put all our creativity out there in the way we would have liked.
“The LM5 album was very heavily on women’s rights and our experiences in the industry.”
The Sun revealed in 2018 that Jade and bandmates Leigh-Anne Pinnock, Jesy Nelson and Perrie Edwards confronted Simon in a strongly worded email over writing credits.
A bigger row then erupted between the group’s management company Modest and Simon, who decided to cut ties with them. The band, who won The X Factor in 2011, now insist they are in a good place.
Jade continued to POPline Brazil: “We’re sort of cruising at the moment. That period in our careers was quite troublesome.
“I feel like now we’re in a good place — we’re with RCA and we’re working on a new record, which is really exciting.
“We’ve learnt to really stick to our guns and do what we believe in.”
Her band-mate Leigh-Anne added: “We’re definitely back on track with everything.
“We’ve got a new album and a new single coming.
“It’s so exciting. We’ve actually done quite a lot of the album already. It’s one of our favourites.”
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