Despite strict COVID-19 rules still in force in the UK, the ladies night was in full swing as they exited MNKY HSE – a contemporary Latin American restaurant and bar hidden behind a discreet entrance in the capital.
The group of girls climbed into an awaiting black cab, with Jesy holding her head, perhaps a tad worse-for-wear, in a skimpy chocolate bralette.
Home time: Jesy Nelson looked like she’s had a great night out in a skimpy bralette as she exited swanky London eatery MNKY HSE with girlfriends on Saturday
The singer, 29, flaunted her taut abs in the tiny ribbed crop top and mom jeans, her stylish tousled waves falling around her features.
Jesy looked gorgeous in the fashion forward outfit by Von Dutch, adding a white mini bag by the same brand to the outfit.
She went full glam with lashings of lip liner and a brush of bronzer, and completed the look with gold statement necklaces.
Jesy was likely celebrating having signed a new solo record deal with esteemed label Polydor just last week.
Taxi! The group of girls climbed into an awaiting black cab, with Jesy holding her head, perhaps a tad worse-for-wear, in a skimpy chocolate bralette
Exit strategy: Despite strict COVID-19 rules still in force in the UK, the ladies night was in full swing as they exited the contemporary Latin American restaurant and bar hidden behind a discreet entrance in the capital
Wow! Jesy took to Instagram on Saturday to post her stunning outfit
She took to Instagram to share a snapshot of herself in front of the company’s logo, before posing from the comfort of a settee, as she shared the news.
She wrote: ‘So excited to announce that I’ve signed my first ever solo record deal with @polydorrecords @universalmusicgroup. This is such a pinch me moment. I cannot wait for you guys to hear what I’ve been working on.’
In the images, the star was seen wearing a black crop top, which she teamed with baggy white ripped jeans and a black knitted beanie.
Accessorising with glittering necklaces, the singer added to her look with a pair of black platform boots as she crouched for a snapshot.
Stylish: The singer flaunted her taut abs in a tiny ribbed crop top and mom jeans as she poses with her hair in stylish tousled waves
Later in the day, she perched on a brown sofa and worked her best angles once more.
The news comes after it was reported that Little Mix, who are with Sony, have formally cut financial ties with her following her exit from the group.
The remaining trio are expected to rake in a whopping £5 million from their upcoming tour, but Jesy will lose out on the profit as she’ll no longer serve as a director at their joint business.
Had Jesy remained part of the business, Eternal Magic Touring, her situation would have been similar to that of Victoria Beckham, who earned a cool £1 million from the Spice Girls’ 2019 comeback tour, despite not stepping foot on stage.
But Leigh-Anne Pinnock, Jade Thirwall and Perrie Edwards are now said to have formalised Jesy’s exit from the BRIT Award-winning group and she’ll not make a penny from future gigs, with a source saying ‘this was the only fair way.’
Announcement: It comes after Jesy announced she has signed a new solo record deal with esteemed label Polydor, after branching out on her own following her departure from Little Mix
A source told The Sun: ‘Jesy could have made megabucks if she’d have remained as a director on Little Mix’s business, Eternal Magic Touring, just like Victoria did with the Spice Girls.’
The insider went on to say that the remaining girls are set to play 24 dates starting in April next year, including two sold-out gigs in London.
They added: ‘They are expecting to make almost £5million from those gigs and if Jesy had remained on board as a director of the firm, she would’ve been privy to cash from the band’s live shows even if she didn’t sing a note.
‘But this was the only fair way for everybody going forward. It wouldn’t have seemed right for Jesy to remain part of it.’
She wrote: ‘So excited to announce that I’ve signed my first ever solo record deal with @polydorrecords @universalmusicgroup’