Leigh-Anne Pinnock stuns in latex outfit and plunging dress for solo single video | The Sun

LEIGH-ANNE Pinnock made a statement in the music video for her debut solo single Don't Say Love.

The 31-year-old is the first of the remaining members of Little Mix to release solo material, following Jesy Nelson's exit from the group in 2020.

And Leigh-Anne proved she means business with the accompanying video to the garage-tinged track.

The mum-of-two, who recently married footballer Andre Gray, served up a number of looks for the video.

In one scene Leigh looked sensational in a plunging black dress before she slipped into a white latex outfit that showed off her enviable figure.

Another look saw Leigh flash her toned tummy in a tiny flesh-coloured crop top.

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As well as the stunning outfits the singer showcased a number of intricate hairstyles in the flick.

Leigh recently opened up about her styling choices for the video, saying: "I’ve always wanted to do fashion, I’ve always loved it. My fans always say that I’m the fashion girl of the group – even the girls used to say it.

"I’m excited to be able to push that even further – my looks, my hair, everything… I’m stepping into my elegance era. There’s eight looks in the video – so, I am serving guys, what more do you want from me?"

She added to British Vogue: "Jenke Ahmed styled the video and he’s worked with Beyoncé as well.

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"I [will] be able to experiment even more. Now it’s just me you don't have to worry about if you look a bit odd in the group."

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