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Little Mix's Jade Thirlwall denied rumours she's heading to the I'm a Celeb castle in an interview with kmfm.

Britain's favourite girl group were on Breakfast this morning ahead of the release of their new album Between Us, which is out next Friday.

Rob Wills and Emma-Jo talked all things babies, birthday presents and bad hair days with Leigh-Anne Pinnock, Perrie Edwards and Jade Thirlwall.

The new album celebrates 10 years since the group formed on X Factor in 2011 and includes some of the bands greatest hits including Wings and Shout Out To My Ex.

Emma-Jo asked the trio how they were celebrating the milestone occasion, but they revealed they rarely buy each other birthday presents so no gifts were on the cards.

New parents Leigh-Anne and Perrie also spoke about parenthood following the recent birth of their babies.

For all the expecting parents watching across Kent, the pair shared their advice on what not to say to their pregnant partner.

Little Mix are on kmfm tomorrow! © 2021 SONY MUSIC ENTERTAINMENT UK LTD
Little Mix are on kmfm tomorrow! © 2021 SONY MUSIC ENTERTAINMENT UK LTD

Perrie laughed: "Don't say no when I want to go to Tesco in the middle of the night for some cheese puffs."

Leigh-Anne then added: "Don't tell me you're tired - like don't say that."

Rob and Emma-Jo also asked Jade about the growing rumours regarding a possible appearance on 'I'm a Celebrity... Get Me Out of Here!' – she firmly denies that she will be at the castle in Wales this Autumn.

Reflecting on the past decade, the group shared some of their funniest moments, as well as their most memorable performance at Madison Square Garden.

Leigh-Anne said: "We had to perform at a superstore and we were really close to the people watching.We were doing choreography to the song DNA and it was so intense."

Perrie added: "Do you remember when we performed at a bar mitzvah and they all lined up and kissed us on the cheek?"

From supermarkets to sold out arena tours, the group have grown a lot in the past 10 years. They hope to get back on the road next year and celebrate a decade of Little Mix in front of fans.

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