Simple mixing Ms Perry Edwards has been left in pain after the base of her spine was torn in a horrific injury.
The 27-year-old singer revealed that she also suffered from a herniated disc and that she is “dying” every time she has to dance in order to perform.
The injury came at a difficult time for the girls’ group as they are promoting the release of their sixth album, Confetti, scheduled for release next Friday.
The pop sensation revealed: “I recently found out I had a slipped disc and a tear at the base of my back / spine and I die every time we dance. But it’s worth it.”
Her injury couldn’t come at a worse time.
In addition to promoting their new record, Perry and her peers are scheduled to perform prime-time TV shows on Saturday nights on their BBC1 show The Search and will host the MTV Europe Music Awards next weekend.
A music insider said the sun Perrie is in agony but tries to continue facing the pain before releasing the long-awaited album.
A source told the newspaper: “Berry is in pain in the back, but she works.”
“It’s a very annoying injury, but it won’t let anything stop Little Mix’s amazing performance – not on their BBC1 The Search nor the EMAs.
“At the moment, it is business as usual and they are all keen to do the best in their careers to showcase their new paths.”
Little Mix’s latest album received a lot of attention prior to its release.
The new melodies are set to be full of coded messages, as the girls pound brutalized their girlfriends and foes.
They even target a music mogul Simon Cowell Who previously revealed “f ** ked us” after their split from his record company Syco in 2018.
Their tune, Not A Pop Song, indicates that Simon and his team handled the awesome group like “dolls on a string”.
The girls were signed to record company Syco for seven years after they won The x factor – They are now signed to RCA.
But they didn’t hold back because they did stinging pits on their former boss in new words.
“Extreme organizer. Problem solver. Passionate web buff. Internet expert. Devoted travel nerd. Professional troublemaker.”