The group debuted their new single Shout Out To My Ex on Sunday night's results show - and looked seriously amazing doing it...
We don’t think we’ll be forgetting Little Mix’s X Factor performance anytime soon.
Perrie Edwards, Jesy Nelson, Jade Thirlwall and Leigh-Anne Pinnock debuted their new single Shout Out To My Ex on last night’s results show – and it was in-SANE.
We saw the girls drive themselves to the studios before strutting inside and belting out the track, which some have suggested is a dig at Perrie ex-fiancé Zayn Malik.
Tweets included: ‘I’m so proud of @LittleMix!!! #ShoutoutToMyEx is absolutely incredible and the performance on X Factor was heavenly ❤️❤️,’ and: ‘Little Mix on X Factor last night were something else man I’ve never seen them perform like that before [sic].’
And it wasn’t just the song that made a statement – the ladies’ outfits also got people talking.
Perrie, 23, and 25-year-old Jesy were both rocking wet-look leotards, while Jade, 23, was in a hot pants and crop top combo and Leigh-Anne, 25, wore a white shirt dress.
They’d accessorised with thigh-high boots, waist belts and chokers. So gorge.
But unfortunately for the band, not everyone was quite so complimentary. In fact, they were labelled ‘prostitutes’ and a ‘bad influence’.
One viewer Tweeted: ‘What’s up with little mix dressing like prostitutes on X factor tonight then,’ while another wrote: ‘Why were little mix almost naked in tonight’s X factor? [sic].’
Um. Maybe because they looked INCREDIBLE, and have the right to wear exactly what they want without being judged.
These comments came a day after Mel C slammed LM’s look, telling the Sunday People that she’s banned her seven-year-old daughter Scarlet from social media.
She said: ‘She is a massive Little Mix fan but I’ve started to be more sparing in what I show her. I don’t let her watch videos by artists that aren’t appropriate for her. That makes me a bit sad.
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‘All young women want to look sexy and hot so I understand it’s hard. But I think it’s such a shame. We live in a narcissistic age – it’s 100% worse than when I was in the Spice Girls.
‘It was a more innocent time, although we were criticised for wearing crop tops.’
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