Little Mix have released their greatest hits (Picture: BACKGRID)
Little Mix are battling Taylor Swift for the number one album this week, but when it comes to spelling and grammar, Tay Tay may have won this round.
A poster for the band’s greatest hits album Between Us has been getting attention on social media, after fans noticed a rather prominent spelling error.
The huge poster promoting the record has been up in London Underground stations for around a fortnight, preceding Between Us’s release on November 12.
While Jade Thirlwall, Leigh-Anne Pinnock and Perrie Edwards looked stunning on the poster in purple draped gowns, it was the copy on the poster that wasn’t up to scratch.
The poster read: ‘Includes all the hits, brand new tracks and the new single ‘No’. Out Novemebr 12th.’
Not November. Novemebr.
Now, spelling errors are bound to happen in copywriting, but people were baffled as to how such a big poster managed to be sent out with such a noticeable error.
Still, it doesn’t look like the error will harm Little Mix’s sales, as Between Us is expected to be one of the biggest albums of the week.
The band face stiff competition from Taylor Swift, who is vying for number one with Red (Taylor’s Version), while ABBA’s comeback album Voyage and Ed Sheeran’s = are still shifting copies in their thousands.
Between Us marks 10 years since Little Mix were formed on The X Factor, and includes songs from their albums DNA, Get Weird, Glory Days, LM5 and 2020’s Confetti.
The trio are marking 10 years together (Picture: Karwai Tang/WireImage)
This means that Jesy Nelson appears heavily on the greatest hits album, appearing on all but seven songs on the record, despite leaving the band last year.
Jesy has since embarked on her own solo career, releasing her debut single Boyz, and admits she no longer speaks to her former bandmates.
In an interview with the Gay Times, Jade said that she and her bandmates underwent therapy to process Jesy’s departure.
She said: ‘I think for anyone, when such a big change happens in your life, and you’ve been so used to a certain situation for so long, it’s really hard. Getting through that and moving forward. I think for us as well, we were still promoting the album at the time and doing TV shows.
‘We were just cracking on as it were, and I think we were in a bit of shock for a long time because we just had to keep going.
’It wasn’t until we had some time off at Christmas that it suddenly dawned on us what had happened.
‘It was hard. It would have been for anyone and we’ve got each other, we have group therapy, we have our own therapists, and you do what you can.’
Metro.co.uk has contacted Little Mix’s rep for comment.
Between Us is out now.
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