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Perrie Edwards' jetlag woes

Published 26/05/2016

Little Mix
Little Mix

Perrie Edwards cried when she found out who Little Mix would next be collaborating with, but she's keeping the mystery artist a secret for now.

Perrie Edwards is finding her tour jetlag a real killer.

The blonde beauty, along with Little Mix bandmates Jesy Nelson, Jade Thirlwall and Leigh-Anne Pinnock, is currently on the Get Weird Tour. So far the fun show has stopped in the U.K., Australia and Asia. The girls are heading back to Europe from 11 June, and chatted to Britain’s OK! magazine about tour life when they were Down Under earlier this month (May16).

“It’s amazing,” Perrie beamed. “We’re in Australia at the moment and it’s so beautiful here. The jetlag is a real killer though. It’s going to be tough doing a billion shows in a billion different time zones.”

“We haven’t had the best weather while we’ve been here, we tried to have a beach day but it was too cloudy,” Jade added.

After the tour draws to a close in August, there will be no rest for the quartet as work needs to be done on their fourth album.

For their last offering, 2015’s Get Weird, Jason Derulo leant his vocals to track Secret Love Song. Sean Paul has also worked with the girls, featuring on recent song Hair, and Perrie promises there are more big names still to come.

“We’ve started working on the next album now, which is really exciting, so that should be out soon,” Jade said.

“And hopefully there will be a few surprises on there. I actually cried when I heard a certain person wanted to collaborate with us, but I can’t say anything yet in case it doesn’t happen. I don’t want to jinx it,” teased Perrie.

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