And Jade Thirlwall looked full of beans as she jumped for joy in her overgrown garden on Thursday.
The singer, 28, was in high spirits as she took to Instagram to share the snaps of her leaping in the air in a pale green tracksuit.
Energetic: Jade Thirlwall looked full of beans as she jumped for joy in her overgrown garden wearing a pale green tracksuit on Thursday
She kept things casual for the series of snaps as she worked her angles for the camera in her loungewear.
Never one to miss the style mark, Jade kept things on trend with a pair of chunky white trainers and matching tube socks.
The DNA hitmaker looked radiant as she posed in her loungewear in the Spring sunshine.
Jade posed with her eyes closed to show off her gorgeous makeup, which included a statement glittery eyeshadow and lashings of nude lipliner.
Stunning: The singer posed with her eyes closed to show off her gorgeous makeup, which included a statement glittery eyeshadow and lashings of nude lipliner
The high energy post comes after Jade recently explained that the secret to Little Mix’s success is that they resisted attempts from music bosses to make one member the ‘lead’ singer.
In a new interview on the Zach Sang radio show in the US, Jade said: ‘We have always had the same vision together, we always wanted to be equal. Nobody wanted to outshine someone else.
‘The minute that happens in a group dynamic is where the cracks start to show, if someone has a bit more of an ego.
‘We have always been very determined to remain equal even when over the years people on our team, or whoever else, might have suggested otherwise.’
Strike a pose: She kept things casual for the series of snaps as she worked her angles for the camera in her loungewear
And it was revealed on Thursday that Jade and the other remaining members of Little Mix haven’t spoken directly to their former band member Jesy Nelson for months.
Jesy left the band in December and recently detailed how she felt ‘sad’ and ‘couldn’t deal with the pressure of being in a girlband’ during her 10-year stint topping the charts with Leigh-Anne Pinnock, Perrie Edwards and Jade.
Several insiders have claimed that communications between Jesy and the trio have broken down – with there being no plans for them to perform together at the Brits despite Jesy having been in the band for the period their nod covers.
An insider told The Sun: ‘The plan was always to stay in touch but that just hasn’t happened because Jesy didn’t want it.
‘She wants to sever ties and start again — that seems to be both professionally and personally.’
High energy: The DNA hitmaker looked radiant as she posed in her loungewear in the Spring sunshine
It is also alleged that Little Mix were shocked at some of what Jesy has said since leaving the band and thought she’d take longer to get back into the studio to launch her solo career, claiming that it has felt like a bit of a ‘dig’.
While a third insider added that although it shouldn’t have come as a surprise that Jesy has thrown herself into music as she was a ‘bit of a leader’ in Little Mix, there is now little communication before the four women.
They told the publication: ‘Communication between them has basically broken down now. There are formalities at times via third parties… there’s a clear divide.’
MailOnline has contacted Little Mix and Jesy Nelson’s representatives for further comment.
Claims: It comes after rumours that Jade and Jesy Nelson haven’t been in touch for months, with the singer wanting to ‘sever ties’ following her exit from Little Mix
Little Mix are nominated in the Best British Group category at Tuesday’s Brit awards, however Jesy is not thought to be making plans to join them on the night.
The singer was part of the group in the period that the nomination covers, however it has been claimed that the trio have made tweaks so their performance can go ahead without her.
The musician admitted she would have ‘ended up back where I was five years ago’ – following her suicide attempt – if she didn’t leave the band and ‘freed herself’ last December.
The singer also revealed featuring in the video for Sweet Melody marked her ‘breaking point’.
In 2019, Jesy bravely shared that she once tried to take her own life after years of relentless trolling, and went on to produce her award-winning BBC documentary, Jesy Nelson: Odd One Out, which detailed her struggles in the spotlight.
Not on good terms? It has been claimed that Jade, Leigh-Anne Pinnock, and Perrie Edwards (pictured together) are now only talking with Jesy through a third party