Little Mix have been forced to film their Break Up Song music video from home, dropping the result of all their efforts on Friday morning.

The girls – Leigh-Anne Pinnock, Jesy Nelson, Jade Thirwall and Perrie Edwards – revealed they were initially ‘gutted’ to have to cancel their official video shoot due to the coronavirus lockdown.

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However, their team came up with a creative, 80s inspired alternative that involved minimal dance routines from the girls – and a whole lot of energy.

Each girl was given her very own felt alter-ego and role in a fictional Little Mix TV show titled Good Morning Break Up.

The video kicks off with Leigh-Anne running a phone in for broken hearted viewers, before Jesy takes centre stage to do the weather report.

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When the chorus kicks in, the real girl band comes into shot, each dancing around and singing in front of retro purple walls.

Making the most of a bad situation, the four-piece manage to make it look high energy and cohesive, despite filming in their separate homes.

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During the chorus, Perrie models a PVC one-piece, while Jesy sports a vibrant pink businesswoman look. 

Leigh-Anne shows off her abs in a leopard print suit and crop top, and Jade opts for double denim. Perrie’s alter-ego leads an aerobic dance routine in the second verse, before Jesy comes in again for the weather – her felt puppet changing into a bikini.