She recently posed for a nude photo with her bandmates to promote their new single Strip, with insults painted on their skin in the tasteful black-and-white shot.
And Jesy Nelson looked radiant as she took inspiration from her lyrics, which include ‘take off all my make-up ’cause I love what’s under it’, to go au naturel for Little Mix rehearsals in London on Saturday.
The singer, 27, rocked a make-up free look as she styled her curly auburn locks into a high ponytail, with the front strands left loose.
Natural beauty: Jesy Nelson looked radiant as she took inspiration from her Strip lyrics, which include ‘take off all my make-up ’cause I love what’s under it’, to go au naturel for Little Mix rehearsals in London on Saturday
Jesy appeared to be making an important-looking phone call as she had an animated conversation on her mobile device outside the rehearsal space.
The stunning Essex beauty was all bundled up against the chilly November climes in a black logo top and sports leggings combo, pulling her curled brunette tresses in a high ponytail.
Her incredibly bare-faced complexion was on full display as she chatted on her phone outside the studio.
Busy bee: The singer, 27, rocked a make-up free look as she styled her curly auburn locks into a high ponytail, with the front strands left loose as she joined her bandmates (Jade Thirlwall pictured right)
Serious: Jesy appeared to be making an important-looking phone call as she had an animated conversation on her mobile device outside the rehearsal space
Stylish: The singer looked effortlessly chic in a pair of black trousers with a patterned t-shirt
Keeping warm: Dressing for the autumnal weather, Jesy layered her look with an oversized black fur coat
Casual: She completed her look with a pair of black and white platform trainers
Jesy showed off her trim figure in the comfortable sporty ensemble, finished with simple black trainers, showing off her incredible natural beauty with no makeup.
The star seemed extremely enamoured during the phone chat as she went au naturelle for the tiring band rehearsals.
As Jesy exited the studio one of her pals was seen helping her into the black furry coat, while she continued with the phone conversation.
Flawless: Jesy showed off her trim figure in the comfortable sporty ensemble, finished with simple black trainers
Hard at work: The star seemed extremely enamoured during the phone chat as she went au naturelle for the tiring band rehearsals
Helping hand: As Jesy exited the studio one of her pals was seen helping her into the black furry coat, while she continued with the phone conversation
Jesy’s outing comes amid an ongoing war of words with Good Morning Britain anchor Piers Morgan, 53.
Piers fired back at the pop princess in typical fashion, demanding an apology from the outspoken Essex singer during his appearance on Tuesday morning’s show after she branded him a ‘t**t’.
The presenter took umbrage to Jesy’s comments during an interview with BBC radio host Nick Grimshaw, playing the segment aloud for GMB viewers to hear.
Irate: Jesy’s outing comes amid an ongoing war of words with Good Morning Britain anchor Piers Morgan, 53
Angry: Piers had fired back from the Essex singer after she called him a ‘t**t’ on social media
Fuming: Jesy was seen speaking passionately speaking on the phone during her conversation, as she took a breather from rehearsals with her bandmates
Showstopping: Little Mix were hard at work rehearsing as they prepare to take to the stage in Manchester for Hits Radio Live
Little Mix had posed for a nude photo to promote their new single Strip, with insults painted on their skin in the tasteful black-and-white shot.
The former X Factor champions are championing body positivity with the song’s powerful message, encouraging people to embrace their own skin and ignore what others might say.
Discussing whether the Little Mix girls were offended by Piers’ negative reaction to their nude image, Jesy said: ‘Of course not, he’s a silly t***.’
Nick exclaimed: ‘Language! You can’t swear, Jesy.
‘Apologies for offensive language on BBC’, she laughed, with her bandmate Leigh-Anne Pinnock chiming in, ‘The word she was looking for was idiot’.
Sensational: The band have been back in the music scene in recent weeks after the release of their fifth studio album
Keeping cosy: She needed the assistance of a female pal as she helped her into the coat, battling the freezing cold weather
Referring to Jesy’s slur on Monday morning’s edition of GMB, Piers declared: ‘Oh Jesy you let yourself down, love.
‘When you’re doing a campaign against doing rude words, it’s probably better not to use rude words on the radio about me.’
He added: ‘I apologise to anyone who is offended by the language Little Mix used about me.
‘Little Mix, I think you need to make a public apology during your campaign to root out bad language from public discourse.
‘Grimmers apologised to me on their behalf, I didn’t hear Jesy apologise. Our viewers are perfectly [entitled] to know the scale of bad language that Little Mix used.’
Irate: She was seen vocally speaking into her mobile phone as she stood outside the studio in East London
At odds: Pulling her brunette curls out of the way, Jesy was showing off her amazing complexion by going makeup free
Piers also vowed to strip off himself should the girls ever agree to come into the studio for an interview.
This comes after Piers insisted Little Mix’s shoot to promote their new single Strip is not an empowering statement – but a ‘cynical attempt to sell records’.
The TV host also edited his own face onto a muscular body which had been daubed with some of the insults that have been directed at him, including ‘arrogant’ and ‘patronising’.
Piers argued that stripping off is not empowering and is instead the girl band’s ‘cynical attempt’ to promote the track.
The picture was later followed by a video in which Little Mix and a group of women all danced in their underwear, with the clip aiming to encourage women to accept their ‘flaws’ and be happy with the bodies they have.
Piers argued that female celebrities are using nudity to make money but are then claiming their nakedness is female empowerment.
He produced his own mocked up version of the image in a light-hearted attempt to empower men with his own naked body.
Jovial: Jesy’s bandmate Leigh-Anne Pinnock was also seen making her way of the studio, also chatting on her phone as she happily leaned against a car
Happy: The beautiful star was all wrapped up in a black and yellow tracksuit teamed with a grey checked coat
Comfortable: Jade Thirlwall made a low-key exit from the studio, rocking an orange camouflage tracksuit and a black trench coat
Relaxed: The South Shields singer was also going makeup free for the outing as she checked her phone
Piers explained: ‘I have an equally empowering image that I want to share with the nation. Very empowering.
‘I think every man in Britain is now going; a) I want a body like that, and b) I should adorn myself in offensive words, although I find most of those words complimentary.’
He then said that celebrities that pose nude and claim to be feminists are ‘conning’ their fans.
Piers continued: ‘Why don’t we stop pretending that getting your kit off is feminist empowerment?
‘Kim Kardashian does this, Emily Ratajkowsi, all of them. They’re all making millions and billions of dollars out of conning the world that getting their kit off is somehow empowering.’
Beaming: Perrie Edwards showed off her laid-back sense of style in a grey tracksuit and white padded coat as she jumped into a waiting car