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Friday, 4 January 2013
LITTLE MIX STAR JESY NELSON TAUNTED ONLINE OVER HER WEIGHT
Little Mix beauty Jesy Nelson has been bullied into a strenuous exercise regime by the cruel taunts of vicious online trolls.
Jesy, 20, had to tone up during the X Factor after internet haters made jibes about her curvy size 10-12 figure. And now, as the group prepare for a major tour, she’s dragging the rest of the girls on gruelling seaside power walks in between recording their debut album in Brighton.
Despite none of the band needing any special help, they have each enlisted a personal trainer to help them tone up their Christmas tums in six weeks. Jesy says: “I got a personal trainer, then we all got one. We need to get fit for the tour. We’re doing six songs and they’re all really upbeat, and they all have a bit of dancing in them, so we really need to get in shape. “Me and Leigh-Anne are even going for a good, long walk every morning along the pier.”
When the tour gets underway on February 25, the girls will be on stage up to twice a day and they’ll also be in rehearsals till April – so any spare tyres have to go before then. “Because the tour’s coming up, we’re all eating more healthily and doing more exercise,” adds Leigh-Anne Pinnock, 19. “We need to keep up with the routines.”
Perrie Edwards, who has a waist considerably smaller than the average free-range turkey’s neck, jokes: “We’ll do a few warm-up routines then end up nearly having a heart attack when we’re on stage.”
The band, who perform at tomorrow night’s Asda Tickled Pink concert at the O2 Shepherd’s Bush Empire, have spent the first part of the year recording on the south coast where they are writing tracks with top collaborators, Richard “Biff” Stannard and Labrinth. And they’ve even nabbed the services of a songwriter who penned one hit that means a lot to all of them. Jade Thirlwall, 19, reveals: “We’re working with Andrea Martin who wrote En Vogue’s song Don’t Let Go. It’s so cool. I hope she likes our version.” Perrie, 18, adds: “We’re going a bit urban, old school with a bit of pop. We wanna bring back old school harmonies. And Jesy beat-boxes and Leigh-Anne raps, so we’re trying out different things.”