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Little Mix are a British girlband who have come first in the UK talent show X Factor. The show has founded many acts such as Alexandra Burke, JLS & Leona Lewis. Little Mix (made up of Jade Thirlwall, Jesy Nelson, Leigh-Anne Pinnock & Perrie Edwards) became the first ever band to win the X Factor. The girls performed a variety of songs from Nicki Minaj to En Vogue. The girls are now signed to Simon Cowell”s record label SyCo and have released their debut single Cannonball, a cover of Damien Rice’s hit single. The song topped the UK charts, and it also topped the Irish charts for four weeks including the Christmas number one. Read More ... {GO}
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X Factor winners Little Mix are set to lose their chart battle with the Military Wives choir after betting on the Christmas number one was suspended.

The 100-strong choir were favourites to take the top spot with their heartfelt record Wherever You Are which was inspired by letters home written by husbands and boyfriends serving in Afghanistan.
Although Little Mix managed to top the singles chart on Sunday with their cover of Damien Rice’s Cannonball, the wives had already become Amazon’s most pre-ordered track.
Yesterday X Factor boss Simon Cowell conceded defeat in the chart battle, writing on his Twitter page: ‘Congrats to Little Mix & congrats to Military Wives . It’s a great cause & a worthy Christmas No.1.’
Now it seems victory is assured for Gareth Malone’s choir, with bookmakers Ladbrokes suspending betting on the Christmas number one.

The choir had been 1/20 favourites to take the coveted festive top spot, but the bookmakers pulled the plug on bets due to the sheer volume of punters putting money on the Military Wives.

A Ladbrokes spokesperson said: ‘As far as punters are concerned it’s a done deal. The money says the Military Wives will deservedly get this year’s Christmas number one.’
It wont be the first time an X Factor winner has lost out on the festive accolade to an underdog.
In 2009 Joe McElderry was pipped to the post by Rage Against The Machine after a Facebook campaign against manufactured artists.
The news comes after it was revealed Little Mix’s debut single achieved the worst first week sales for an X Factor champion’s winning song since Steve Brookstein’s Against All Odds in 2004.

SOURCE: The Metro

   Filed Under: News, Sales    Published by:

Little Mix’s Cannonball tops chart but first-week sales are lowest of X Factor’s top acts since Steve Brookstein

The X Factor winners Little Mix have topped the chart with Cannonball, but the single’s first-week sales were the lowest of any of the ITV1 show’s top acts since Steve Brookstein in 2004.

Little Mix sold 210,000 copies of Cannonball, making it the fastest-selling single of the year so far and outselling the rest of the Official Singles Chart top five combined.

But the girl band fell far behind the sales heights hit by previous winners of the Simon Cowell talent show including last year’s winner, Matt Cardle, who sold 439,007 copies of his single When We Collide in its first week.

The show’s 2005 winner Shayne Ward recorded the most first-week sales, shifting 742,180 copies of his debut, That’s My Goal.

Little Mix only manage seventh place out of the eight winners to date, ahead of Brookstein’s 127,701 for his Phil Collins cover Against All Odds in 2004, but behind Leon Jackson’s 275,742 for When You Believe in 2007.

Indeed, Ward sold more copies of That’s My Goal in its first day on release than Little Mix did in a week.

SOURCE: The Guardian

   Filed Under: Charts, News, Singles    Published by:

X Factor winners Little Mix have landed straight at the top of the UK singles chart with their debut release ‘Cannonball’.

The girl band – individually known as Jesy Nelson, Perrie Edwards, Leigh-Anne Pinnock and Jade Thirlwall – bump the show’s 2009 runner-up and Xtra Factor host Olly Murs from pole position following their victory last Sunday (December 11).

The band sold around 210,000 which makes it one of the biggest sales in the first week for a single. However it is almost half of what last year’s winner Matt Cardle achieved. Matt sold 439,000 in a week.

{Source: Digital Spy}

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THE brother of Little Mix X Factor winner Jesy Nelson is a drug dealer, The Sun can reveal.

Our probe will be a blow to Jesy, 20, and Little Mix who are proud of a squeaky-clean image.

Johnny Nelson, whose mum is a police community support officer, sold our undercover reporter Class A drug cocaine from his Smart car.

Teetotal Jesy and X Factor-winning bandmates Perrie Edwards, 18, Leigh-Anne Pinnock, 19, and Jade Thirlwall, 18, have made a stand against drugs and booze.

Their former show colleague Frankie Cocozza, 18, was sensationally axed for abusing cocaine.

We exposed brother Johnny’s shameful trade after being given a mobile number — described as a 24-hour “drugs hotline”.
We quoted the name of one of Nelson’s pals, asking if he could “sort us out”. Nelson confirmed a deal “within 15 to 20 minutes”, despite never having spoken to our man before.

The handover of 1.3 grams of cocaine was due to take place behind Sainsbury’s car park in Hornchurch, Essex.

But Nelson turned up an hour later after calling back and arranging at the last minute to meet 70 yards away.

He pulled up in a lay-by at the side of a theatre in the black Smart car and honked the horn to alert our reporter.

Wearing a beanie hat and slouched in his seat, he wound down the window and gave a nod of acknowledgement.
He then handed over the drugs in two, inch-long rectangular “wraps”. The coke had been tightly packaged in folded used Lottery tickets.

Nelson confirmed the fee, taking £80 from our reporter.

The deal, yards from Christmas shoppers and women walking with children, was over in seconds. Nelson then swiftly reversed and sped off.

The Sun took his drugs to a scientific firm.

A report by ScreenSafe UK said: “The submission consisted of two folded sections of Lottery ticket which held 0.70 and 0.61 grams of a white powder. A sample from this was analysed and found to contain benzocaine (a cutting agent), and cocaine.”
There is absolutely no suggestion Jesy, of nearby Romford, Essex, or any of her family were aware of her brother’s drug dealing, or in any way involved.

The siblings are friends on Facebook and Johnny lists Little Mix on his music tastes page.

A source said: “This will devastate Jesy. She is desperate that nothing rocks her roller-coaster path to fame and fortune.”

Jesy screamed for joy when the girlband were crowned winners of the ITV1 talent show last Sunday. Industry experts predict the group will earn £8million.
Her dad John Nelson, 46, is a well known local businessman who runs a string of firms including a Hornchurch garden centre.

He was jailed after an amateur boxer was stabbed to death outside a club 26 years ago. He was dubbed the “Disco Killer” when he was convicted of murder.

But he was later cleared on appeal and instead served a shorter sentence for affray.

Jesy’s mother Janis, 51, split from John years ago and is now a police community support officer in Canvey Island, Essex.

All four of Little Mix have said they never use drugs or drink. Perrie said: “We’re totally little goody two-shoes.”



Joe McElderry has written an open letter to X Factor winners Little Mix.

The singer, who won the 2009 series of the ITV1 show, reflected on his experience working alongside Syco boss Simon Cowell. In his letter, published in the Daily Mail, McElderry warned Little Mix and runner-up Marcus Collins that they should give the music mogul their true opinions.

“You’ll find it isn’t really about coming first or second. I don’t believe, Marcus, that you will have more creative control than Little Mix because you came second,” he wrote. “It’s up to you all to take it to the next level. There’s no rule book for popstars. Everyone does it differently. X Factor is an amazing platform.

“You are in control of your own destiny. I know people think Simon Cowell is in control, and yes, sometimes you have to follow what the record company says, but Simon likes people who can stand up to him, who say: ‘I don’t want to do this’, or, ‘I like that song’.”

On Cowell, McElderry continued: “He’s a very busy man and spends a lot of time in America, so most of the time we’d chat on the phone, but now and again I’d go into the office and he’d be there and we’d chat about songs. I’d say: ‘I’m not keen on this one and I really like that’.

“He’d say: ‘Can you try this?’ It’s about building a working relationship, not who controls who.”

He went on to advise both to work with their respective mentors Tulisa Contostavlos and Gary Barlow on a “professional level”.

“Like any job, there are going to be disagreements. If you don’t like certain outfits, or aren’t happy with how you are asked to perform or even what you are asked to sing, then have a discussion about it. Talk about it honestly or you’re not going to do your best,” he advised.

“You’ve got to be comfortable with everything you do because you’re the one who has to sell the product. If you are not comfortable and it means having a bit of a row so long as it’s constructive and not a tantrum I think it’s fair enough. It’s important to remember you are the artist, you have to keep creative control. Trust your own decisions.”

The singer left Syco after the release of his debut album Wide Awake, but wrote that he “never felt down about leaving”, adding: “I was thankful for the opportunity.”

“When I look back I don’t think I did anything wrong. I was always myself throughout the whole X Factor experience,” he said. “The only thing I would have done differently is trusting my own creative decisions more and I would have thrown myself into it a bit more. I would have been more gutsy instead of worrying what people would think.

“Little Mix and Marcus: Don’t be arrogant, you don’t want to be divas, but grab everything. Just totally go for it.”


Little Mix have topped the Irish singles chart with their X Factor winner’s single.

The girl group claimed the number one spot with their version of ‘Cannonball’ after winning the singing competition last Sunday (December 11).

Sara Bareilles and Ingrid Michaelson are at two with ‘Winter Song’, while Coldplay’s ‘Paradise’ climbs 11 places to three.

Olly Murs slips to four with ‘Dance With Me Tonight’, the X Factor finalists are at five with ‘Wishing On A Star’ and The Pogues advance to seven with ‘Fairytale of New York’.

Leona Lewis’s ‘Hurt’ lands at number 15, Damien Rice’s original version of ‘Cannonball’ re-enters at 19 and the cast of Glee are at 32 with ‘We Are Young’.

Wham!’s ‘Last Christmas’ climbs up to 33, while Band Aid’s ‘Do They Know It’s Christmas?’ moves up to 37.

{Source: Digital Spy}

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