The future of Little Mix looks uncertain after each of its members reportedly signed solo management deals.
According to Britain's The Sun newspaper, Jade Thirlwall, Perrie Edwards and Leigh-Anne Pinnock have been quietly negotiating new management and recording deals.
"They've been pretty open with each other about it," a source told the publication. "There are a lot of meetings happening at the moment. Some of them have already done management deals.
"Leigh-Anne has signed up with Dua Lipa's manager, Jade is cutting her teeth as a songwriter and presenter, while Perrie is working on other things too.
"They still get on great, despite everything that has happened with Jesy. But her departure put the cat among the pigeons. They all know there will have to be a career beyond Little Mix, so they've put things in place. The plan is to see out commitments, then turn to solo projects almost immediately."
The insider added: "The intention is to keep the band going too – but that's how One Direction ended and it's hard to believe they will have time for everything."
It follows the departure of Jesy Nelson, who exited Little Mix in December citing mental health reasons and launched her debut solo single Boyz with Nicki Minaj last week.