Little Mix have made £28.5 MILLION – and £1m last year without even releasing a record
24th September 2020

LITTLE Mix have made an eye-watering £28.5million since their time onThe X Factor – and earned £1million last year despite not releasing a record.

The latest accounts from the girls' firm Eternal Dance report a £938,827 profit for the year ending 31 December 2019.

The huge sum takes the net worth of their company to £4,870,417 – with accounts also revealing £6m in cash on the books, an increase of £1.8m on 2018.

The paperwork was signed off by band member Jade Thirlwall yesterday.

Little Mix, who shot to fame by winning The X Factor in 2011, enjoyed three solid months of touring across Europe last autumn, helping to top up their coffers thanks to ticket and merchandise sales.

The girls also plotted their own BBC TV show Little Mix: The Search, which was filmed earlier this year and airs at the weekend.

And their music has consistently been a big hit on Spotify with 17.6 million monthly listeners all helping add to the Little Mix pot.

While touring income has been decimated this year because of the coronavirus, the girls have new album Confetti coming out to keep their finances healthy.

Their company, which handles their music and merchandise, was launched in 2011 when they met on Simon Cowell's talent show.

While Eternal Magic Touring, the girls' other company, reported dividend payments between them in its latest accounts of £4.6m.

It’s accounts are for the year ended 31 August 2019 and as at the date of the accounts it held £404,873.

Since it was set up in 2015 it has paid out £13.3m to the group, while Eternal Magic Media – set up in 2011 has reported £3.5m in dividend pay between them.

Over the years total profits across both firms is £10.8m, plus £17.7m in dividends.

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