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Jade Thirlwall gave a pretty interesting response to a question about Little Mix splitting

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Jade Thirlwall has responded to questions over whether Little Mix will split, and she has a *lot* to say on the topic.

The band have been the subject of plenty of split rumours as of late, particularly following Jesy Nelson's departure from the group. However, remaining members Jade Thirlwall, Perrie Edwards and Leigh-Anne Pinnock have since spoken out about their plans to stay together as a trio - and now Jade has addressed the speculation once again.

Appearing on the cover of Gay Times, Jade told the publication, "I think no matter what happens, Little Mix will always be there. I think the past couple years, we have started to delve into doing our own little things. That’s been really beautiful to see," [via The Mirror].

The singer went on to explain more about the group's decision to pursue solo projects. Jade has previously fronted MTV series Served: With Jade Thirlwall while Perrie has launched her own fashion brand Disora, with Leigh-Anne working on BBC documentary Race Pop and Power as well as upcoming Christmas film Boxing Day,

Jade explained, "I think initially in the first few years, all of us were terrified at the thought of doing something for yourself. One, because you just get so used to having each other and two, you know what the press are like, the minute one person does something they say, ‘Oh, what’s happening?'"

"So for such a long time we were all quite scared of any of us doing anything individually. But then when we started to do it, we said ‘Oh, this is really lovely actually’ because as an individual you’re then getting the opportunity to show the public a bit more about yourself and what you’re actually passionate about," she continued.

Jade also said that the band have managed to "get that balance right" between group and solo work, adding that they all want each other to "win".

As for whether the group considered splitting after Jesy left the band, Jade continued, "There was not a doubt in our mind that we would continue as a three."

"Obviously [we're] so glad that we have because what a year we’ve had, and will continue to have years and years to come," she explained, adding that the band "are literally family".

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