Little Mix in talks for fifth album
Little Mix have talked with the record label Syco about releasing a fifth studio album, but it won't be for some time yet
Little Mix have already held talks for a follow-up to 'Glory Days'.
The 'Shout Out To My Ex' hitmakers - Perrie Edwards, Jesy Nelson, Jade Thirlwall and Leigh Anne-Pinnock - are running high on the success of their fourth album, the girl group's first number one record in the UK, and while they plan on touring and promoting their current release for the time being they've talked with their team about heading into the studio to make some new music for their fans.
Speaking exclusively to BANG Showbiz, Perrie Edwards, 23, said: "We haven't started the next album yet. We will be. We have been in talks with our A&R and our label.
"It feels weird talking about another album, it's strange.
"This one is doing so well, so we are just going to ride it and see what happens."
Meanwhile, it has also been revealed that the 'Love Me Like You' group are also holding talks for a new tell-all TV documentary, which could look set to lift the lid on Jesy Nelson's split from Rixton rocker Jake Roche.
Jesy, 25, told the Daily Mirror newspaper: "We are in talks at the moment. We really want to do a documentary as we feel people do not know much about us.
"They know our songs and have seen us perform but they don't know our personalities, so we would love to do a documentary.
"We want to get someone to follow us around on this whole tour for a whole year."
But Leigh-Anne, also 25, is concerned they won't enjoy having cameras following them everywhere they go, but admits it "will be good" for fans to get a first hand look at the "drama" in their lives.
She told the publication: "Maybe we are saying this now but when it comes to it and the camera is being rammed in our faces we will be like, 'Leave us alone'.
"And the drama. There is always drama in our lives.
"Honestly we actually don't ever get it on camera, do we? So that will be good for people to see that."