Little Mix are all about the sass when it comes to body shaming.
Perrie Edwards, Jesy Nelson, Jade Thirlwall and Leigh-Anne Pinnock have all admitted that they’ve felt pressure to look a certain way – but they aren’t going to bow to it.
It’s been four years since Jesy, 24, famously broke down in tears on The X Factor because of cruel (and totally untrue) Tweets about her looks.
But now she’s totally over worrying about the trolls’ ridiculous messages, telling Yahoo!: ‘We just try to forget about any nasty comments really.
‘We like to eat food and so does everybody else, and if we put on weight we put on weight and if we lose weight we lose weight.
‘Everybody has this preconception that you’re supposed to be perfect looking but nobody is perfect.’
We’re so with you, girl.
It isn’t only LM who’ve had to deal with this kind of critique.
Their fellow X Factor star Cheryl Fernandez-Versini has recently been the centre of much speculation over her weight loss.
The 31-year-old has been forced to insist that she’s not anorexic and recently hit back at being labelled a ‘bag of bones’ in an Instagram photo.
‘At the time I was thinking people are so quick to judge without thinking: “Is there a reason why this person might be like that?”‘ Cheryl told the Daily Mirror.
‘Right now I feel like we are facing a lot of body issues in general – girls expected to have big booties, girls with thin legs – and it’s impossible.
‘It needs to slow down, or stop. It’s highlighting body insecurities and it’s not right.’
It seems Perrie, 22, is in total agreement, saying: ‘I love Cheryl, she’s incredible.
‘She’s just wonderful to look at, isn’t she? Do y’know what I say to those bodyshamers? “F*** off and leave my Chezza alone.”‘
We wouldn’t want to mess with you, Pez.