The Little Mix Girls Defend Their Sexy Tour Outfits

It’s safe to say that Little Mix are looking pretty incredible on their Get Weird tour.

Jade Thirlwall, Leigh-Anne Pinnock, Jesy Nelson and Perrie Edwards hit the road for their first show in Cardiff over the weekend, where they unveiled a number of super-saucy outfits.

We saw plenty of crop tops, cut-outs, hot pants and leotards as they took to the stage in the Welsh capital. Miaow, ladies.



But they’ve been forced to hit back at suggestions their looks are too raunchy for young fans, with 22-year-old Perrie telling the Daily Mirror: ‘We wear what we feel comfortable in.

‘We’re not overly sexy in what we do anyway. We go for sexy/cute. We’d never want to be ­scandalous.

See: The Problem With Little Mix’s Debut Get Weird Show

> Perrie Edwards says she and her bandmates have ‘sexy/cute’ style


‘I think we’ve got the right kind of balance. Some of us are 24. We aren’t going to be able to wear stuff like this for the rest of our life, and parade around in little dresses and stuff, but at the same time, we are just girls.’

Leigh-Anne, 24, agrees: ‘If we weren’t comfortable we just wouldn’t wear it. It’s not about being overly sexy, but it’s showing off your assets that you want to show off and if you feel confident in it, then boom.’

> Leigh-Anne Pinnock is confident with showing off her bod (and we can see why)


Of course, this discussion comes in the same week that Kim Kardashian caused a huge Twitter debate over that naked selfie.

Asked if she thinks Kim’s snap was ’empowering’, Perrie continues: ‘The way I see it, when I see Leigh-Anne in a bikini on holiday, I don’t think: “Oh God, Leigh-Anne, put it away.”

> Jade Thirlwall slipped into a black leotard on stage


See: Leigh-Anne Pinnock Talks Little Mix’s Get Weird Tour

‘I look at her and think: “Yes girl, you’ve got one of the most insane figures I’ve ever seen. You f***ing rock that on the beach, because I would.” Girls should be like that.

‘We need to encourage each other and if you don’t want to have your body out then you don’t have to.

> Jsy Nelson worked a skimpy black number


‘I never used to want to get my figure out, but now I’m like: “Yes, here it is.”‘