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Little Mix: Get Weird is worth the wait!

Published 15/07/2015

Little Mix
Little Mix

Little Mix have lamented over the fact details of their forthcoming album were leaked before the scheduled official announcement took place.

The four-piece group shot to fame on UK TV talent show The X Factor, and made history when they were the first band to win the programme.

Now their success is reaching new heights and the girls – Perrie Edwards, Leigh-Anne Pinnock, Jade Thirlwall and Jesy Nelson – are preparing to release their third studio record.

The group were beaten to announcing the name of the LP when it was leaked on the internet, but they promised fans that the fresh material is well worth the wait.

“It’s happened again!!” Little Mix wrote on Facebook. “We were getting ready to reveal all the details about our third album to you tomorrow and someone beat us to it! This doesn’t change the fact that you guys have been so patient and amazing waiting for this so now is as good a time as any to let you know that the wait is NEARLY over!

“Mixers...we give you our brand new album Get Weird which will be available to pre-order at midnight BST on Thursday 16th July (14th August US & Canada) and out on 6th November. We CANNOT WAIT for you to see and hear from Get Weird. We are so proud of this and hope you LOVE it. The Girls.”

The girls also treated their fans to shots of the cover of the record – for the original and the Deluxe Edition.

The first single from Get Weird is the catchy Black Magic, which hit shelves in May.

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