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Little Mix are a British girlband who have come first in the UK talent show X Factor. The show has founded many acts such as Alexandra Burke, JLS & Leona Lewis. Little Mix (made up of Jade Thirlwall, Jesy Nelson, Leigh-Anne Pinnock & Perrie Edwards) became the first ever band to win the X Factor. The girls performed a variety of songs from Nicki Minaj to En Vogue. The girls are now signed to Simon Cowell”s record label SyCo and have released their debut single Cannonball, a cover of Damien Rice’s hit single. The song topped the UK charts, and it also topped the Irish charts for four weeks including the Christmas number one. Read More ... {GO}
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  2013/02/04

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It seems not everyone is a fan of Little Mix’s recent theatre tour, from the videos we’ve seen it looks like it’s a great tour but that’s not what The Guardian thinks.

The broadsheet attended the Glasgow gig a couple of days ago and posted this review..

A tough week for Little Mix began with Perrie Edwards – the former blonde one, now sporting a purple rinse – finding out that her boyfriend, One Direction’s Zayn, may have cheated on her. Then there was this gig – early in the 2011 X Factor winners’ long-time-coming debut headline tour. Even the most nascent of scholars among a predominately pre-teen audience must realise the numbers don’t add up. Jesy Nelson – the bubbly ex-barmaid one – is, “feeling a bit unwell,” and doesn’t show. Oh dear. Credit to the other three girls for performing regardless – they’re sincerely apologetic, and carry lopsided dance routines and harmonies professionally enough. But even were Little Mix at full strength, this presentation of a girl-band touted to become Britain’s biggest since the Spice Girls would still have been distinctly underwhelming. Nastily shrill sound quality doesn’t help balance out the din of thousands of screaming kids. Among several unflattering costumes, one ensemble resembles something that All Saints might have retired from their wardrobe circa 1998.

Wings is an entertainingly schizoid bubblegum-pop/90s r’n’b mash-up, and Always Be Together a high-sheen power ballad. Performed pre-encore, Little Mix’s debut album title track and best song, DNA, with its dirty synths, grinding beat and lyric about a boy whose kiss “contaminates my lips” finally tests cautiously U-certificate boundaries. So much else – How Ya Doin?, a tactless repurposing of De La Soul’s Ring Ring Ring (Ha Ha Hey), or the interstellar nonsense of Red Planet say – is tiresome filler. Mixers, as Little Mix fans are known, are dancing on their seats by the close, and a bumping remix of Wings. But so far as world-beating pop products go, several crucial components of this one are missing tonight – and not just Jesy..

Rating: 2/5 stars

For every average review, there will always be another review that completely overshadows it; and this articles come from the Liverpool Echo. They gave the girls a fantastic review following their performance their yesterday…

Once upon a time, X Factor groups were doomed either to an early bath or an agonising second place.

Then likeable girl band Little Mix came along, showing off their vocal chops and building an army of fans week by week to clinch victory over soulful Scouser Marcus Collins.

With The Saturdays trying to break America, Stooshe’s album on hold and Girls Aloud still a few weeks off their comeback (or farewell) shows, they’re now arguably the UK’s premier girl group.

Their first UK tour is a neat mix of the covers that won them the X Factor (Superbass, E.T), combined with tracks from debut album DNA.

They bounce onto the stage in crop tops and baggy blue jeans for first song We Are Who We Are. All about inner beauty and confidence (“I’m gonna shine like a star, cause I’m the only me in this world”), it shares the themes of TLC’s Unpretty and Ugly by the Sugababes.

The influences from other bands are everywhere and they acknowledge their inspirations with a section showcasing the music of Destiny’s Child (Bootylicious), TLC (No Scrubs) and En Vogue (Don’t Let Go).

Most of the new songs (the rocky Make You Believe aside) are glossy R’n’ B-lite pop about the good advice your mum gave you and staying true to yourself.

On stage, they’re like a less streetwise TLC with girl next door appeal, crossed with the vocal harmonies of En Vogue – all carefully packaged for the Twitter generation.

It’s hard to believe Jesy, Leigh- Anne, Perrie and Jade entered the X Factor as solo artists when the moves are this slick – a chair routine with four male dancers for Latin-tinged slowie Going Nowhere is particularly effective.

Much of the audience is made up of pre-teens (accompanied by some weary-looking parents) and they lap up the energetic dancing – and the themes of friendship and believing in your own beauty that run throughout the show.

Video screens show the girls having fun on tour and later, there is skincare advice from Leigh-Anne and life lessons from Jesy.
It’s a solid launchpad for what looks set to be a long reign as our latest queens of pop.

Rating: 9/10 stars

Much more like it girls!