'We've all been there...' Little Mix's Jade Thirlwall lifts the lid on those racy 'faking it' lyrics... as girlband agree to become mums at the same time

They've shed their squeaky clean pop image to make crude confessions about their sex life, on the new album.

But Little Mix are going to have to do a bit more than 'fake it' if they're going to follow through with their new pact to have children at the same time.

The former X Factor winners - Perrie Edwards, Jade Thirlwall, Jesy Nelson and Leigh-Anne Pinnock - told The Guardian's G2 that their thoughts have already turned the next generation of world domination.

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Lean on me: Little Mix's Leigh-Anne Pinnock, Jade Thirlwall, Jesy Nelson and Perrie Edwards have agreed to have children together at the same time, in a new interview

'Can we all just promise we'll have children around the same time to form another band?' Leigh-Anne joked about a 'Mini Mix' concept.

Bandmate Jade went on to suggest that their co-ordination would make them all available for a Little Mix comeback, too.

Jesy said: 'We'd stop [making music] if it got to a point where people are like, "They're so done, why are they still trying?" We don't want to be too cringe.'

Family planning: The girlband are already planning the next generation of world domination

Look lovely in lace with Perrie's Motel top

The Little Mix ladies are known for having a flair for fashion which was clear to see as they appeared on This Morning.

The stylish group looked fashion-forward in a variety of ensembles. We love how they girls each have their own individual sense of style and they are never afraid to try a new look. We'll salute that!

Perrie Edward's cute lace crop top particularly caught our eye which she'd styled with some Mom jeans for a casual look.

It's a great wardrobe staple to have and our imaginations are already running wild with the styling possibilities. What's more, the high neck gives a nod to the Victoriana trend which is going to be huge again for this Autumn/Winter.

Click right to snap it up and if it's really tickled your fancy then make sure you check out the lookalike styles below from ASOS, Motel, Self-Portrait and Boohoo.


While far from 'cringe', the girlband will certainly have left some ex-boyfriends red-faced with their recent No1 single Shout Out To My Ex.

The opening line, 'I hope she getting better sex, hope she ain't faking it like I did,' has been interpreted as a direct target at Perrie's former fiance, Zayn Malik, for example.

Weighing in on the racy lyrics, Jade insisted that the feeling is mutual among the girls, quipping in the interview: 'Well, we've all been there haven't we?'

In a recent chat with BBC Radio 1 presenter Nick Grimshaw, Perrie appeared to confirm the speculation, saying: 'I mean, we did expect it, didn't we? The song speaks for itself.

Take that: Their latest single is aimed at ex-boyfriends, and seems to be a theme running through the album

Shaming the exes: Perrie has been accused of shaming ex-fiance Zayn Malik (here in 2014) on the new album

'Who doesn't relate to this song? It relates to everyone. Jes always says it's like a happy, heartbreak song.'

Jade went onto dilute the claims again, saying: 'Everyone's got an ex and everyone's got a bad one.'

The forthcoming track You Gotta Not has also seen Little Mix accused of taking aim at an ex's manhood.

Moving on: The girls certainly still have the ability to shock with their racy lyrics

'I need a man, a man who can act like a man,' the lyrics appear to say this time.

Another new release, F.U, appears to launch a cheating tirade against an ex-boyfriend, accusing them of keeping more than one phone.

They sing: ‘I know you were with her, I know that you kissed her. You came home late and I was so mad. Had my break up speech ready’ 

The lyrics continue: ‘You cheatin’, you lyin’. I know that you’re hiding two cellphones’.

Throwback: The X Factor winners have firmly shed their squeaky clean pop image



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