Little Mix & # 39; celebrate huge payday as they earn a whopping £ 11.2 million from the success of their sell-out tours & # 39;
- The girl group has earned the congratulatory fortune by dedicating their legions of fans around the world for the past two years
- The latest accounts for their company Eternal Magic Touring Limited submitted to Companies House last month let the quartet share £ 4.6million last year
- According to The Sun, records show the group paid themselves £ 3.5 million in dividends between 2017 and 2018
- Little Mix have started six tours since being crowned in 2011 as the award winners of & # 39; the eighth series of The X Factor
- The group had planned a 21-date UK concert tour this summer, but were forced to cancel it due to the ongoing pandemic of coronavirus
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Success continues to come for Little Mix, as the group is expected to earn a whopping £ 11.2 million from its sell-out tours.
The band, consisting of Jesy Nelson, Jade Thirlwall, Perrie Edwards and Leigh-Anne Pinnock, have earned their fortune by performing to their legions of fans around the world over the last two years.
According to The Sun, the latest accounts for their firm Eternal Magic Touring Limited submitted to Companies House last month shared the quartet £ 4.6million last year, with a further £ 2.7million paid in taxes over two years.
Wow: success continues to come for Little Mix, as the group has reportedly earned a whopping £ 11.2 million from its sell-out tours (pictured in November 2019)
Little Mix has started with six world tours since being crowned in 2011 as the award winner of & # 39; s eighth series of The X Factor.
The company of & # 39; band, which was founded after being on & # 39; e show, is together with all four members.
Records show the group paid themselves £ 3.5m in dividend between 2017 and 2018 and had over £ 4million left over.
MailOnline has contacted a Little Mix representative for comment.
Success: The latest accounts for its Eternal Magic Touring Limited filing at Companies House last month revealed the quartet shared £ 4.6million last year, with a further £ 2.7million paid in taxes over two years (pictured in September 2019)
Along with their tours, Little Mix has also raised money by releasing five successful studio albums, merchandise and the face of beauty products and clothing.
The stars have sold more than 50 million records worldwide, making them one of the best-selling girl groups of all time.
Their most recent tour, LM5, set off in Madrid, Spain in September 2019 and concluded in London in November.
The group had planned a 21-date UK concert tour this summer, but were forced to cancel it because of the ongoing pandemic of coronavirus.
The ladies took to Twitter to confirm the news, saying: & # 39; We are saddened to announce that we are following the latest & # 39; e Government should arrive on the upcoming UK Summer Tour.
Wealth: Records show the group paid themselves £ 3.5million in dividend between 2017 and 2018 and still had more than £ 4million left (filmed in September 2019)
& # 39; The health and safety of all our fans and crew is always our number one priority. Look for an email from your ticketing agent shortly. Please contact them only if you have not received 5 emails. & # 39;
By invoking government advice, the singers first emphasized security, in order to & # 39; t conclude: & # 39; Stay safe and stay home, much love, the girls x. & # 39;
The cross-country road show, which was set to run between June and August, was set to include stops in Leicester, Hull, Aberdeen and Cardiff.
Careers: Little Mix has started six tours since being awarded the award winners of & # 39; the eighth series of The X Factor in 2011 (pictured in December 2019)
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