Little Mix's joint company boasts huge £6M fortune despite Jesy Nelson's exit ...

Little Mix's joint company boasts huge £6M fortune despite Jesy Nelson's exit ...
Little Mix's joint company boasts huge £6M fortune despite Jesy Nelson's exit ...

Little Mix's joint company Eternal Dance Media Ltd boasts an impressive £6million fortune in cash, MailOnline can exclusively reveal. 

On Friday the pop girl band filed their accounts for the business they set up in October 2011 to look after their earnings from the group.

The band - now made up Leigh-Anne Pinnock, 29, Perrie Edwards, 28, and Jade Thirlwall, 28 - have proved they've lost none of their earning power despite Jesy Nelson's exit last December and a cancelled tour last summer due to the pandemic.  

Impressive: Little Mix's joint company Eternal Dance Media Ltd boasts an impressive £6million fortune, MailOnline can exclusively reveal

Impressive: Little Mix's joint company Eternal Dance Media Ltd boasts an impressive £6million fortune, MailOnline can exclusively reveal 

Paperwork shows £6,253,703 sitting in the accounts with another £199,134 in money owned giving them a total of £6,452,837.

The accounts were made up to December 31 2020.

Even after taking out costs of £1,567,927 the group still had £4,884,910 in capital and reserves.  

Solo artist: The group have proved they've lost none of their earning power despite Jesy Nelson's (pictured) exit from the band last December and a cancelled tour last summer due to the pandemic

Solo artist: The group have proved they've lost none of their earning power despite Jesy Nelson's (pictured) exit from the band last December and a cancelled tour last summer due to the pandemic

It comes after back in August Jesy officially retired from the business she set up with her Little Mix bandmates to look after their earnings.

A termination of appointment for the singer, 30, as a director of Eternal Dance Media Ltd was registered with Companies House.

The star left the group in last winter after nine years saying her participation in the group had taken a toll on her mental health. 

As a foursome they recorded six UK top 10 albums and four number one singles and they set up Eternal Dance Media Ltd to net their earnings as they started to rise in the early days of their fame.

Success: On Friday the pop girl band filed their accounts for the business they set up in October 2011 to look after their earnings from the group (pictured in 2018)

Success: On Friday the pop girl band filed their accounts for the business they set up in October 2011 to look after their earnings from the group (pictured in

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