Little Mix just dropped their music video for “Break Up Song”.

The group transformed into ’80s queens for their latest release, with the clip being partly animated and shot from home during lockdown.

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The girls — Perrie Edwards, Jesy Nelson, Leigh-Anne Pinnock, and Jade Thirlwall — spoke to about the music video, insisting they thought it was the perfect time to release it.

Thirlwall explained, “It’s actually been kinda cool finding new ways of creating content for our fans.

“We loved the concept of our video so much, so instead of losing it, we thought, Why not turn it into animation. We’ve always wanted to do that with a music video anyway, so now seemed like the perfect time.”

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“It was so fun dolling myself up in ’80s glam to shoot the video! It made a nice change from sitting in my PJs and joggers,” the singer continued.

“It’s something to look back on as a positive experience and memory for our fans in these weird times.”

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