Little Mix And Anne Marie Collab Video Cancelled After Crew Tested Positive For Covid

“Perrie and Leigh-Anne being pregnant means it’s even more of a worry for them."



 

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Little Mix and Anne Marie have been forced to call off the music video for their upcoming collab due to covid.

The popstars have collaborated on a new song and were due to film the video this week.

The vid was due to be shot on Monday but was reportedly called off at the last minute after a crew member tested positive for coronavirus.

“Little Mix and Anne-Marie were supposed to be shooting the video for their new single on Monday,” an insider reportedly told The Sun.

“But just hours before, one of the crew tested positive for Covid, meaning everything had to be cancelled.”

They added: “Perrie and Leigh-Anne being pregnant means it’s even more of a worry for them.”

Of course, they’re all said to be gutted and are hopefully going to find another date for the shoot.

The insider added: “Their teams are looking at their diaries now to see if there is another time they are all free and able to make the video happen.”

The song was reportedly due to be on Anne Marie’s album Therapy which is out on July 23, so here’s hoping it still goes ahead, video or not!

 


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