Little Mix and Anne-Marie’s musical partnership has reportedly been suspended after a crew member tested positive for Covid-19 on their music video.
The girl group and the solo singer are said to have recently teamed up to record together after years of planning.
according to The Sun, they have now had to cancel their music video, which was supposed to be shot next Monday, because of the positive test.
Delay: Little Mix and Anne-Marie’s musical partnership has reportedly been suspended after a crew member tested positive for Covid-19 on their music video A source said:
‘Little Mix and Anne-Marie were set to record the video for their new single on Monday. “But a few hours earlier, one of the crew members tested positive for Covid, forcing everything to be cancelled.
The fact that Perrie and Leigh-Anne are pregnant means they’re even more concerned. “All recordings are done in the most Covid safe way, so this positive test being flagged happily shows that all precautions are working.
” The team would now rush to find a new date to film the video, which won’t be easy given their busy schedules.
Plans: The girl group and the solo singer are said to have recently teamed up to record together after years of planning or The source added that Leigh-Anne Pinnock, Jade Thirlwall, Perrie Edwards and Anne-Marie all “swallowed” that the video was supposed to be blown off.
Details about the song have been kept a secret, but it is expected to be featured on Anne-Marie’s upcoming album Therapy, due out July 23.
MailOnline has reached out to representatives of Little Mix and Anne-Marie for comment. It comes after it became known that the group has been in talks with Anne-Marie about collaboration for years.
A source said: ‘Little Mix and Anne-Marie were set to record the video for their new single on Monday.
But a few hours earlier, one of the crew members tested positive for Covid, forcing everything to be canceled.” A source recently said:
‘Anne-Marie and Little Mix have been buddies for years and this collaboration has been going on for a long time.
“They’ve been talking about doing something together for ages, but the timing was never quite right and they never settled on a song.
But they all seem to be really excited about this one as they said it was the perfect fit for them.
“They’re silent about what kind of song it is, but two of Britain’s biggest female acts working together is great for girl power.”
Change of plan: The team would now rush to find a new date to film the video, which won’t be easy given their busy schedules.
Ex Little Mix member Jesy spoke about her love for Anne-Marie before, saying that a single with her would be “one of their best collaborations”.She said in an Instagram Q&A:
‘Anne-Marie – we absolutely love her. We have a WhatsApp group with her and we definitely want to work with her.
“If it happens, what thumbs it will be, I think it will be one of our best collaborations.”
Plans: Jade Thirlwall, Perrie Edwards and Leigh-Anne Pinnock have reportedly been in talks with Anne-Marie about a possible collaboration for years.
Jesy announced her solo recording contract with the renowned label Polydor two weeks ago.
She posted a snapshot of herself in front of the company’s logo, before posing from the comfort of a couch and sharing the news with her followers.
“So excited to announce that I’ve signed my very first solo record deal with @polydorrecords @universalmusicgroup.
This is such a prick. I can’t wait to hear what I’ve been working on,” she wrote. The news comes after it was reported that Little Mix, who works at Sony, has formally severed financial ties with her following her departure from the group.
Career: Ex Little Mix member Jesy Nelson announced her solo record deal with esteemed label Polydor two weeks ago.
The remaining trio are expected to bring in a whopping £5 million with their upcoming tour, but Jesy will be missing out on a profit as she will no longer serve as CEO of their joint company.
Had Jesy remained part of the company, Eternal Magic Touring, her situation would have been similar to that of Victoria Beckham, who made a cool £1 million from the Spice Girls’ comeback tour in 2019, despite not setting foot in it.
put on. had set the stage. But Leigh-Anne Pinnock, Jade Thirwall and Perrie Edwards are now said to have formalized Jesy’s departure from the BRIT Award-winning group and she won’t be making a dime from future appearances, with a source saying ‘this was the only fair way’. A source told The Sun:
“Jesy could have made megabucks if she had remained director of Little Mix’s company, Eternal Magic Touring, just like Victoria did with the Spice Girls.”
Big money: Little Mix has become the highest-earning young female performer in the UK, increasing their combined fortunes by £6 million in the past year.
The insider went on to say that the remaining girls will be playing 24 gigs from April next year, including two sold out shows in London. They added:
“They expect to make close to £5million from those gigs and if Jesy had stayed on board as a director of the company she would have been able to access money from the band’s live shows even if she didn’t have a note.
“But this was the only fair way for everyone to move forward. It wouldn’t have been good for Jesy to be a part of it.’ Jesy left the band in December after “constant pressure” “affected her mental health.”
Protecting her sanity: Jesy left the band in December after ‘constant pressure’ affected her sanity’