Jess Glynne Opens Up On Working With Little Mix And Throat Surgery

16 August 2015, 20:00

Jess Glynne On Working With Little Mix


Jess has quickly become one of the most successful British talents of 2015 - but how did the 'Right Here' singer cope having vocal chord surgery?

Max spoke to 'Don't Be So Hard On Yourself' star and Big Top 40 chart-topper Jess Glynne exclusively tonight (16th August) on Capital - the first time chatting to us since her recent throat surgery.

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Mixers across the world have been singing Jess' praises, even calling her the honorary fifth member of Little Mix! 

"I feel I am! [...] I'd love to be a member!", Jess revealed - which upped our hopes for a collaboration coming in the near future!

Jess had to cancel all of her gigs following our Summertime Ball with Vodafone back in June - and has only just been able to start performing again.

Following an intimate gig in London with Capital last Friday - her first since the surgery - Jess recounted to Max about how difficult it was to not talk for three weeks, and how her post-surgery voice has changed, becoming higher and squeakier.

Jess Glynne On Her Vocal Chord Surgery


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