Perrie Edwards is opening up to her fans about her recent feelings about the movement restrictions regarding the COVID-19 pandemic.
On her Instagram story, she wrote, “feeling like utter s**t wishing I had @DaniellePeazer to come and drag me out of bed on a morning.”
She further revealed that all she can do is eat at the moment with zero motivation to get active and workout. She concluded the rant by saying she missed dancing, being on stage, her fans, and her workout buddies Danielle and Ellie.
The “Little Mix” vocalist also recently trended on Twitter after she reportedly leaked confidential information that the girl-band rocked the first place on the charts, even before it was announced.
In a video, she shared with her fans, the cards she received from her boyfriend Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, which read, “No.1 babeh,” which meant that the group’s song debuted at number one.
The post has since been deleted, but some fans had screenshots and reposted the photo with the caption, “The amount of times Perrie leaks stuff, she’s the Tom Holland of little mix.”
The Race To Snitch
The frequency with which Edwards leaks important information online has become the butt of fans’ jokes as some of them teased that she woke up every morning on a mission to find an ingenious way to leak stuff online.
Another fan joked that the “L” in her name stood for ‘leak.’ The singer had also previously teased her fans with the possibility of a new solo when she deleted her Instagram bio to replace it with a link. However, she offered no explanation on what the mystery project was about.
Joey Nelson Exits The Public Scenes
As “Sweet Melody” climbed to the number one spot two months after its release, Jade Thirlwall, Perrie Edwards, and Leigh-Anne Pinnock thanked their fans for their unwavering support and dedication.
In a statement, they shared that they are counting the days until they can get back on the road and see their fans again and promised to give them a big hug when allowed.
The girls’ group made it to the number one spot after Jesy Nelson departed from the group. In December, Nelson announced her decision to leave the band and shared that the pressure of being in the spotlight was taking its toll on her mental health.
Top Five On The Charts
Since the all-girls-group came together in the 2011 “X Factor,” the band has recorded four number-one achievements on their covers, Damien Rices’ “Cannonball,” “Wings,” “Black Magic,” and “Shout Out To My Ex.” In total, they have eleven singles and five albums.
Their track “Sweet Melody” displaced Ed Sheeran’s “Afterglow” to the number two spot. CJ’s “Whoopty” also sits comfortably in the number three spot, followed by Justin Bieber’s “Anyone.”
The top five is rounded off with Dua Lipa’s song “Levitating.” Unfortunately, the news means no news to dedicated fans who have already been hinted at by Edward’s slip.