Little Mix’s Perrie Edwards ‘dies’ during dance routines after tearing her spine

Perrie Edwards has been left in pain after tearing part of her back during an eye-watering injury.

The Little Mix singer revealed that she has also suffered from a slipped disk and subsequently feels as though she is "dying" when the chart-toppers have to dance on stage.

Perrie, 27, is suffering from her injury as the group gear up to promote their sixth studio album, Confetti, which is released in the UK next week.

Speaking about her injury, Edwards replied to a fan on Twitter and said: "I recently found out I have a slipped disc and tear in the base of my back/spine and I die every time we dance. But it's worth it.

Despite this, the South Shields born star gave an energetic performance of their latest single Sweet Melody during last week's episode of Little Mix: The Search.

Speaking to The Sun, an insider said: "Perrie is in pain with her back but she is soldiering on.

"It is a very uncomfortable injury to have but she's not going to let anything put a stop to Little Mix's mesmerising performances."

Little Mix are scheduled to continue performing on The Search as well as hosting the MTV European Music Awards next weekend.

"For now, it's business as usual and they are all eager to do the best performances of their career to showcase their new tracks," added the insider.

Little Mix are once again set to dominate the charts with their fresh album which has seen the group make brutal digs at ex-boyfriends as well as enemies.

Lyrics for their track Not A Pop Song suggests that their former record label boss Simon Cowell had the group like "puppets on a string".

The group have previously revealed that they had been "f**ked over" after they made the decision to walk away from Simon's label, Syco, in 2018.

They had been signed to the record company since winning The X Factor back in 2011 and have since signed a new contract with RCA.

Daily Star Online has approached a representative for Perrie.

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