Since being catapulted to fame 10 years ago after winning The X Factor, Little Mix star Leigh-Anne Pinnock has often felt invisible.
“I’m grateful for this crazy, rollercoaster life,” she says. “But sometimes I felt like I was being treated differently to my bandmates because of the colour of my skin.”
Leigh-Anne, 29, reveals she often felt ignored at signings and never heard her name being cheered.
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