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3 December 2021, 17:20
The Little Mix ladies have an astounding net worth between them, after a hugely successful career since winning The X Factor in 2011.
While each of the singers have individual net worths into the millions, as a group, the girls, who released their sixth album 'Confetti' in November last year – have made a collective fortune that has landed them on the official Sunday Times Rich List.
According to The Sunday Times rich list, Little Mix’s net worth as a trio is £54 million in 2021.
That means Jade, Perrie and Leigh-Anne's individually have net worths around £18 million each, thanks to launching their own businesses, songwriting credits and taking on brand deals of their own.
Former member Jesy has an estimated net worth of £5.8 million.
Their success is due to a string of hit albums; ‘Salute’, ‘DNA’, ‘Get Weird’, ‘Glory Days’ and ‘LM5’ – and their sixth EP 'Confetti' was released in November with chart-topping singles such as 'Break Up Song' and 'Sweet Melody'.
Throughout their musical careers the girls have also had brand collaborations alongside their pop star fame, including themed merchandise, their own beauty line, putting their name to a skincare range, and teamed up with PrettyLittleThing for their own clothing collection.
If you needed any more proof just how well the girls have done for themselves, they landed on the Young Rich List in 2019, 2020 and 2021.
Little Mix took the 14th spot, collectively, with £54 million between them – which is eye watering!
Their company, Eternal Dance Media Ltd, was launched in 2011 to handle their music, merchandise and earnings.
Little Mix have made millions since winning The X Factor, earning £1million in 2019 through touring and merchandise alone, despite not releasing a new song at the time.
They have also won a number of awards, including three BRIT Awards; British Single in 2017 for ‘Shout Out To My Ex’, British Video in 2019 for ‘Woman Like Me’ and British Group in 2021, marking the first girl band to do so.
Each of the girls all have individual projects which have only boosted their respective earnings; Leigh-Anne has her own swimwear label and is signed as a songwriter, presenter and actress, while Jade is also signed as a songwriter and regularly takes on TV appearances and brand deals of her own.
Meanwhile, Jesy made her hugely successful documentary Odd One Out in 2019, which went on to win an NTA, and Perrie has launched her own clothing brand, Disora.
The girls also launched their own talent show, The Search, in September 2020 on BBC One, but it wasn't commissioned for another series.
Perrie and Leigh-Anne also became parents in August 2021, with respective partners Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain and André Gray.
Previously, Little Mix were named the richest ever X Factor winners after earning £9million in 2018.