In her new YouTube documentary How To Be Anne-Marie, the singer explains that she feels jealous of her friends in the girl group Little Mix.
In the documentary, she speaks with girls Jade, Perrie, Jesy Nelson and Leigh-Anne as they discuss their music industry struggles. Since its release, Anne-Marie has said she feels envious that the girls 'have each other,' while she works alone.
Speaking to the Mirror Online, she said: "I think the conversation I was having with them was purely from a point of jealous on my behalf that they get tot have each other and I am on my own."
"I find it hard to trust people, also putting my faith in people who aren't me in my journey are hard, because how are people to know what my life is going to be," she continued.
In the documentary, Jesy explained that the girls can complain to each other when they need to and asked Anne-Marie who she speaks to when she needs to vent.
"I’m a bit jealous of you lot actually because you have each other," she responded. "Like when I was in Rudimental, I had all of them like there. There was like 10 people all the time. All around you."
She went on to say that when she needs to speak to someone she usually turns to her manager, before adding, "'I was so excited about being a soloist and then when I did it I was like this is not what I thought."
Describing her move from Rudimental to a solo singer as a "double-edged sword," Anne-Marie explained that "the tough bit was people just looking at you."
Last month she was confirmed as the new judge on The Voice UK, taking over from Meghan Trainor who is pregnant with her first child. In the rest of the documentary, Anne-Marie opens up about her childhood in Essex, experiences with therapy and her vulnerabilities. Watch the full documentary: Music & Therapy How To Be Anne-Marie, here.
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