Leigh-Anne Pinnock is an English singer and songwriter, known for being a member of the British four-piece girl group Little Mix but sh’e not your average girl-band singer.
Leigh-Anne Pinnock was born on 4 October 1991, and was raised in High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire. Pinnock is of Barbadian and Jamaican ancestry. She is the daughter of Deborah Thornhill, a teacher at the Harlington Community School, and John L. Pinnock, a mechanic, both whom filed for divorce in 2009. She is the youngest of three children and growing up, she looked up to her two older sisters Sian-Louise Pinnock and Sairah Pinnock. Other than her sisters, she also spent most of her time with her grandfather in Jamaica.
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Then, she enrolled at the Sylvia Young Theatre School for a couple of years when she was eleven. Before joining Little Mix, she worked as a waitress in Pizza Hut.
Leigh‑Anne Pinnock is known for being a member of the British four-piece girl group Little Mix.
The group was formed on the eighth series of The X Factor in 2011 and became the first groupto win the competition.
Since their debut,the girl group has sold just under 60 million records worldwide, placing them in the top 5 of the best selling girl groups of all time. Photo Credit: Getty