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Little Mix discuss possible nude appearance
Little Mix discuss possible nude appearance

The X Factor winners Little Mix have been discussing the possibility of appearing in any form of photo shoot nude, with all of them claiming it would never happen. The Little Mix girls claim that they would rather people judge them for their music.

Perrie Edwards explained to The Sun, “Not a chance, I don’t even have any sexy curves to show off - my chest is like flat pancakes. We’re only young as well. My mam would give us a slap if she saw me in my bra in a magazine.”
 
Jade Thirlwall then added, “I think you have to earn your sexual respect. We’re not exactly at the stage where we could get away with doing something like that and have people concentrate on our music. Little Mix's first single all naked? Can you imagine?”
 
Little Mix have come in for a lot of stick, since being formed on The X Factor, regarding their looks, with many fans making negative and derogatory comments about their appearance. However, this latest revelation shows that the girls have good heads on their shoulders and are a good role model for young girls to look up to.
Little Mix discuss possible nude appearance
Little Mix discuss possible nude appearance
The X Factor winners Little Mix have been discussing the possibility of appearing in any form of photo shoot nude, with all of them claiming it would never happen. The Little Mix girls claim that they would rather people judge them for their music.
 
Perrie Edwards explained to The Sun, “Not a chance, I don’t even have any sexy curves to show off - my chest is like flat pancakes. We’re only young as well. My mam would give us a slap if she saw me in my bra in a magazine.”
 
Jade Thirlwall then added, “I think you have to earn your sexual respect. We’re not exactly at the stage where we could get away with doing something like that and have people concentrate on our music. Little Mix's first single all naked? Can you imagine?”
 
Little Mix have come in for a lot of stick, since being formed on The X Factor, regarding their looks, with many fans making negative and derogatory comments about their appearance. However, this latest revelation shows that the girls have good heads on their shoulders and are a good role model for young girls to look up to.
Little Mix to be as big as One Direction
Little Mix to be as big as One Direction

It seems that multi millionaire music mogul Simon Cowell is not content with the success that One Direction are having and is keen to get Little Mix on the US radar. The Little Mix girls, Jesy Nelson, Leigh-Anne Pinnock, Jade Thirlwall and Perrie Edwards, recently had a meeting with Simon Cowell.

Little Mix gave Simon Cowell the first listen of their new single and admitted that it was very much like being back at school in the headmaster’s office. However, it appears that Simon loved the song and is hopeful of great things for the girls in the future.
 
Jesy Nelson explained to the Daily Star, “We had a meeting with Simon three weeks ago so he could listen to the track, and it was like sitting in the headmaster’s office. We were so nervous before going in, it was surreal.”
 
Jade Thirlwall added, “He really liked it. He’s happy with the progress we’ve made in such a short time and just wants us to be as successful as One Direction. The album’s going to be so different. No-one’s expecting what it sounds like.”
 
One Direction are currently enjoying huge success in the US and were recently invited to the White House.
Little Mix reminisce favourite X Factor moments
Little Mix reminisce favourite X Factor moments

The X Factor winners Little Mix have been tipped by many people to become the biggest girl band since the Spice Girls and they owe it all to the reality television singing competition. So, what did the Little Mix girls enjoy the most about their X Factor experience?

Jesy Nelson explained, “My favourite moment was getting told by Gary Barlow that we were the best girl band on The X Factor ever!” Perrie Edwards then added, “Mine was probably singing on stage with Tulisa and singing on stage with Jessie J. Them two were absolutely incredible so probably that.”
 
Leigh-Anne Pinnock revealed, “One of mine was the first live show and the buzz and just everything. It was so amazing. I just loved it, being on stage for the first time.” And last but not least, Jade Thirlwall gave possibly the best answer of all of the Little Mix girls.
 
Jade added, “I think mine was the homecoming because it was so nice to see all the support we had before we went and did the final and won, YAY!” Little Mix are set to release their debut album later this year.
 
Do you think Little Mix will live up to their potential and become as big as the Spice Girls?
Little Mix still waiting on Simon Cowell
Little Mix still waiting on Simon Cowell

The X Factor winners Little Mix have revealed that they have still not met the show’s creator Simon Cowell. The girls were attending the National Television Awards, where Perrie Edwards explained to The Xtra Factor co host Caroline Flack, who was presenting the ITV2 show, that the Little Mix girls were still waiting to meet Simon Cowell.

Edwards explained, “We haven’t met him yet, we really want to meet him. I’d be really nervous, he’s so lovely but he’d be really intimidating at the same time.” Jade Thirwall then discussed their performance at the ceremony. She added, “It’s the first live performance we’ve done since X Factor, so there was a lot of pressure. We were a bit nervous, but it was brilliant.”
 
Jesy Nelson the contradicted Jade by stating that they never get nervous. She continued, “We never get nervous though. Even at Wembley we didn’t get nervous. But tonight we were petrified.” Leigh-Anne Pinnock also chipped in by talking about what we can expect from the next Little Mix single. She said, “Expect something completely different, never done before.” Little Mix have yet to announce any details about their second single.
Little Mix singer Leigh-Anne Pinnock gives advice to young girls
Little Mix singer Leigh-Anne Pinnock gives advice to young girls

Leigh-Anne Pinnock and her fellow Little Mix members made history at the weekend, by becoming the first ever group to win the reality singing competition The X Factor. Now the girls are likely to become, not only national superstars but also global superstars. The success of Little Mix has prompted Leigh-Anne Pinnock to give some words of advice to any young girls who dream of making it in the music business.

Leigh-Anne explained, “The way I see it is, if you don’t like me without make-up, then you don’t like me.” The 19 year old Little Mix singer added, “I would say to other young girls out there, if you have your own style then go for it and don’t let anyone tell you it is wrong.”
 
Leigh-Anne Pinnock and the rest of the girls from Little Mix, Jesy Nelson, Perrie Edwards and Jade Thirlwall, are currently on course to hitting the UK number one spot with their debut single, the cover of the Damien Rice track Cannonball. Then, it is only a matter of time before they release their debut album, which is sure to be another number one success for Little Mix.
Little Mix reveal their plans for Simon Cowell
Little Mix reveal their plans for Simon Cowell

The Little Mix girls have revealed how they plan to meet The X Factor creator Simon Cowell sometime in the new year and will simply be themselves around the multi millionaire music mogul. Little Mix became the first group in the history of The X Factor to win the show and Simon Cowell has since admitted that he believes they can become superstars, much to the girls delight.

Jade Thirlwall explained, “It was lovely. It was really nice of him. We’re seeing his tweets, but we haven’t had the chance to actually speak to him yet.” While Leigh-Anne Pinnock added, “He said he’s going to see us when he gets back, so I’m guessing that will be next year some time.”
 
Perrie Edwards then continued, “We’re just going to rock up and be ourselves. We’ll just say, ‘Alreet, Simon!’” Little Mix are currently on course to getting their debut single, the cover of the Damien Rice hit Cannonball, to number 1 this weekend, even though they have sold less copies than last year’s winner Matt Cardle, who managed to shift an impressive  439,000 copies of his winners single last year.