Little Mixs Leigh-Anne has joined Twitter, and followers are now feeling the glory days

Little Mixs Leigh-Anne has joined Twitter, and followers are now feeling the glory days ...

Little Mix's Leigh-Anne Pinnock has officially joined Twitter, and followers are ecstatic. Months after announcing a break from the popular British girl band, it appears that one-third of Little Mix is gearing up for a new solo career.

Little Mix announced that the trio would take a break after a decade together in December 2021. The decision meant Perrie Edwards, Jade Thirlwall, and Leigh-Anne Pinnock could pursue solo projects, although it allowed the group to reunite in the future.

Leigh-Anne Pinnock launched her Twitter account six months later, and she even met with Mixers for the first time. Does that mean that fans will be able to taste her music?

Leigh-Anne, welcome to Twitter!

Perrie, Jade, and Leigh-Anne used a combined Twitter account to communicate with their followers, but now Leigh-Anne has begun her own separate era by creating her own username.

Is there a reason for this?

Is this going on?, she wrote. It has already gotten more than 51.5k likes, and the singer has reached the 45.4k follower mark in under 24 hours. She's got the drive, after all.

A record contract has been signed by two companies.

Leigh-Anne became the first member of the Little Mix trio (without Jesy) to sign a record deal with Warner Music earlier this year. She left the band the previous winter.

The I Say A Little Prayer singer left fans over the moon when she announced that more music was in the works. It appears it would take only a touch more time before it can be released.

I'm 100% not rushing anything! It must be perfect, very excited though!

Leigh-Annes' impromptu start on the social media app sparked interest as fans prepared for a fresh era of the well-known singer. Many left comments of delight as they await a drop anytime.

Little Mix's final emotional performance (for the time being)

Little Mix still had several concerts to perform after the three girls' Confetti tour ended. The trio worked their magic in the final days until Perrie, Jade, and Leigh-Anne said their final goodbyes.

The Little Mixers Confetti tour at Londons 02 Arena ended on May 14, 2022. The evening was even more memorable for the Brits as they closed their 10-year career as a group on hometurf.

Little Mix provided an outstanding and unforgettable night, despite Perrie's tears just minutes before her performance. Fans sang along to their songs from beginning to end.

As the girl band live-streamed the entire concert via Dreamstage, tens of thousands of fans from across the world entered the O2 Arena. According to reports, more than 200,000 people tuned in to the special night.

Perrie, Jade, and Leigh-Anne then promised followers that the girl group would return, and it would be only for the time being.

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