Little Mix has helped us deal with the terrible troll abuse we receive online, says Irish pop group Melladaze

A growing group of Irish people have revealed global superstars Little Mix have helped them deal with online abuse.

Melladaze, who was founded on the BBC’s Little Mix: The Search last year, says they stay in touch with the chart-topping people and get feedback and advice from their idols.

Melladaze was founded on the BBC show Little Mix: The Search

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Melladaze was founded on the BBC show Little Mix: The Search
Little Mix gave Meladaze advice

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Little Mix gave Meladaze adviceCredit: Getty Images – Getty
Girl group placed fourth on BBC show

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Girl group placed fourth on BBC show

The band, which includes Megan Whelan, Aisli Moran, Ellie Allen, Lauren Bowry and Liv Aidam, said they were extremely grateful for their relationship with the hugely successful British band.

Megan from the East Wall in Dublin told The Irish Sun: “Little Mix is ​​always there to give us advice and if we need to text them about our songs or ask them any questions. , they will always be there and reply and help us. any way they can. ”

The 20-year-old added: “We still have a great relationship with them for which we are very grateful.”

Essex teen Liv revealed Little Mix has helped them navigate the industry and prepare them to deal with abuse and negativity online.

The Shout Out to My Ex singers were formed on the X Factor in 2011 in much the same way Melladaze was put together years later – giving them a unique look at what pop stars are all about budding is going through.

“They gave us a lot of advice about hate online,” explains Liv.

“Clearly, social media is an important part of the music industry today.”

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She added: “Sometimes you will get some negative feedback which is inevitable.

“Some people are really horrible online, and Little Mix gave us quite a few tips on how to deal with it.

“They taught us how to let it go and told us to value ourselves and that we are great at what we do.

“They told us not to listen to the negative comments. The girls gave us a lot of advice along with them.”

SUPPORT

Aisli from Killiney in South Dublin admits when they get negative or hateful feedback online it’s a huge help when they’re in a band and can rely on each other for support.

The 19-year-old said: “I think we are very lucky to be in a band, surrounded by four other girls supporting each other.

“We are very fortunate to be in the situation that we are in.

“Obviously it’s hard when you see that negative comment, but there are a lot of positive comments that we can focus on. We try to focus only on the positives.

“We back each other up anyway and we try to be authentic and hope people will like us for it.”

DISPLAY RECOMMENDED

In August, The Irish Sun revealed that the BBC had halted Little Mix’s talent show The Search indefinitely – after Leigh-Anne Pinnock and Perrie Edwards became mothers.

BBC Entertainment boss Kate Phillips has confirmed a second series about The Search competition, which last included former band member Jesy Nelson, has been suspended.

Sources who have been working on the show to find the UK’s best new music repertoire say the group – including Jade Thirlwall – are keen to perform again.

An insider said: “Little Mix is ​​passionate about Search and loved making it the first time around.”

SOLO PROJECT

In December 2021, Little Mix announced that they would be taking a break next year to focus on solo projects.

Girl group will go their separate ways after their Confetti tour ends in May, but they have confirmed they will return in the future.

Meanwhile, Melladaze, who released their debut single “I H8 U” in October, also revealed Little Mix is ​​ready to offer advice and feedback on their breakup track.

Aisli said megastars were among the first to hear the heartbreaking catchy tune before it was even released.

She said: “The girls were absolutely amazing from the start. Obviously, working with them is a strange thing.

“They are huge and we all look forward to them growing up.

“We’ve all been singing and dancing our whole lives so they’re going to be exactly the people we’ve come to expect from an early age.

“They are the ideal people to honestly advise us, which is amazing. They were very helpful throughout the journey.

“Even now they’re still very supportive one year on from the show and they give us advice on everything including our songs.

“We sent them the song before it was released and they really supported it.

“We absolutely love Little Mix and we can only hope one day to be as great as they are and we are so lucky to do so.”

Little Mix really loves the song, it’s amazing to listen to. “

Megan Whelan

Megan added: “Little Mix really loves the song, it’s just amazing to hear.

“I think that gave us as another reason to keep pushing and that made us even more excited about the song.

“Because obviously, their opinions mean a lot to us as a girl band.

“They understood the situation we were in and their approval was incredible.”

Dubliner Megan also tells how Melladaze knows their personal and upbeat farewell song is the right tune for a first release – but stresses that it’s just a test of what’s to come.

“We wrote the new song, worked in the studio together, and we just wrote I H8 U about a month or two ago,” she said.

“We just knew this would be the perfect first song to release.

“The support has been amazing since we released the song. The amount of support is amazing.

“People have been streaming it and sharing it on social media.”

UNMANAGED

Megan added: “We are really unmanaged at the moment.

“We were self-funding everything, it was very difficult but the people from the show and Little Mix were very supportive.

“We were looking for a record label and a manager but we just wanted to release this single and show everyone who Melladaze is. The song is a taste for what’s to come.

“We are looking at releasing one song soon and a few more coming out in the summer.

“We’ve come to show people that there are different sides to Melladaze.”

But all did not go well for the girl group, who finished fourth in the BBC competition, due to the band members living in four different cities across two countries.

LET’S GET TOGETHER

Band member Lauren said that despite the challenges, they will not stop creating music.
The 20-year-old from Croydon in London explained: “Before the show ended we knew we would do everything in our power to be together.

“But it was an obvious challenge that the two of us were in Ireland, one in London, one in Bournemouth and one in Essex, so we really spread out.

“It’s almost like all the odds are against us but we’ve somehow worked it out and we’re exactly where we wanted to be a year ago – if not further in the future. our journey.”

The band said they are just warming up and are looking to the future and are confident they will make waves in the industry.

Talking about their five-year plan, Bournemouth Lauren said: “We would love to have an album or two coming out in the next few years.

“We want to be able to tour different countries and cities with our music and we want to collaborate with a brand – that’s good.

“We will really push ourselves to go as far as we can.

“We really wanted to be there with the likes of Little Mix, the Spice Girls and other great girl bands.

“As young women, we just want to show every other young woman that they can literally do anything they aspire to do.”

HOW TO JOIN

Last year, Jesy Nelson left Litte Mix and revealed that she has not spoken to old band mates Perrie Edwards, Leigh-Anne Pinnock and Jade Thirlwall since pursuing a solo career.

Jessy opened her heart to Graham Norton talks about her failure with her previous Little Mix bandmate, admitted: “We don’t talk anymore.

“It’s sad but honestly, I don’t have bad blood on my part, and I still love them to pieces and sincerely wish them all the best.”

She added: “I loved my time with them, and we had the best memories together but it’s just one of those things that takes time, so who knows.

“For me, they’re still the ‘sickest’ girl group in the world.”

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