Little Mix's Leigh-Anne Pinnock says she's "ready for a break" after completing their 'Glory Days Tour'.
The 'Power' hitmakers - also comprised of Jesy Nelson, Perrie Edwards and Jade Thirlwall - are exhausted after the extensive run in support of their LP 'Glory Days', which began on May 21, 2017, in Birkenhead, North England, and wrapped up at London's The O2 arena on Sunday night (26.11.17), but the 26-year-old beauty admits she is "sad" it's all over.
Leigh-Anne also thanked their fans - known as Mixers - for giving them such an "incredible" time night after night, and gushed about how "proud" she is of her bandmates for all the hard work carried out to ensure the gigs were spectacular.
In a heartfelt note posted on her personal Instagram account, and shared on the 'Shout Out To My Ex' group's official Twitter page, Leigh-Anne wrote: "I can not believe the glory days tour is officially OVER... I mean we're all knackered and fully ready for a break, but I can't help but feel sad what an incredible year of achievement we have had.. we have worked so so hard this year it's been non stop, but I got to travel the world I got to see soooo many incredible fans and I got to do it all with this lovely lot... my family! I am so proud of us... and so so proud and blessed to be in Little Mix and get to experience this and live it everyday... and be with 3 girls who I could never ever now live without! I love you! And to the fans that got us here we owe it ALL to you.. you are without a doubt the best fans anyone could ask for! And I can't wait to see you all again soon! (sic)"
The girls won't be resting for long, as they previously said they plan on hitting the studio in December to work on their fifth album.
Asked when to expect new music, Jade told BANG Showbiz recently:"Actually going to be writing in December when the tour is finished because we have been really busy. But yeah going it be doing some new material in December and hopefully have a new album out next year."