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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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Little Mix make list of 'most-traded X Factor winners' albums' with Leona Lewis & more

After two years together there’s no sign of Perrie and Zayn letting things slide as so many couples do in long-term relationships.

Your fiance is on the other side of the world for months on end. He’s one of the world’s biggest heart-throbs with thousands of girls screaming at him every night.

So when Little Mix singer Perrie Edwards goes on Skype with One Direction’s Zayn Malik you can understand why her prepar­ations are a little, well… intense.

Perrie, 20, tells me: “Do you know what, I do have to make an effort with make-up when I’m talking to Zayn on Skype.

“It makes you feel better. But you only have to put a bit on and it looks really good.

“I try to find some good lighting too. Sometimes I tip the lamp so it looks like I appear airbrushed and I’m like, ‘Oh, I’ve just woken up’, but really I haven’t. But I look flawless because of the make-up.

“Or I go to a window for some natural light sometimes… that’s the best.”

After two years together there’s no sign of Perrie and Zayn letting things slide as so many couples do in long-term relationships.

Zayn, also 20, popped the question last month and Perrie showed off her dazzling diamond engagement ring on the red carpet at 1D’s This Is Us film premiere.

The move raised eyebrows after February’s allegations that he cheated with blonde waitress Courtney Webb while Perrie was away on tour.

But now they seem stronger than ever and Zayn even had a cartoon-style image of his South Shields-born girlfriend inked on his upper arm.

He also declared: “I’d fly 10 planes to go home and see her.”

So now he’s on tour in Australia with 1D, does that mean Perrie has made a start on their wedding plans? Apparently not…

“I haven’t started making any decisions yet wedding-wise” she says. “But I’m excited to start planning it all. I can’t wait.”

Presumably her Little Mix pals – Jade Thirlwall, 20, Leigh-Anne Pinnock, 21, and Jesy Nelson, 22 – will be bridesmaids?

“Little Mix aren’t bridesmaids material…” she starts to say, then laughs.

“I’m joking! Imagine if I didn’t have them? I wouldn’t take one off to the side and say ‘Oh you’ve made the cut’ and then say to the other two ‘Sorry guys’. It’s all or nothing with these girls.”

First of all the girls are promoting their new make-up range, Little Mix by Collection. Perrie says she might wear it herself for an unusual look on the big day.

“I’ll have to look into a collection of wedding make-up,” she says. “I can wear my smoky eye shadow and I want a vintage dress so a purple lip could go.”

Their own cosmetic range is another big step for the first-ever group to win The X Factor. Since their triumph in 2011, they’ve had two No?1 singles and a platinum debut album, DNA.

They pulled off the difficult feat of cracking America too, breaking the Spice Girls’ record for the highest-ever US chart debut by a British girl group when DNA entered the charts at No 4.

And after spending so much time together, they are as close as sisters.

Perrie says: “We never have full-blown arguments but we do have sisterly bickering, where we’re annoyed for five seconds and then we’re fine and back to normal. You just forget about it.”

Leigh-Anne is currently dating semi-pro footballer Jordan Kiffin, Jade is with dance troupe Diversity’s Sam Craske and Jesy is single, though she has been linked to George Shelley of Union J.

The girls are just like anyone else when it comes to having a little moan about their men – Leigh-Anne says: “My boyfriend waits ages for me to get ready to go out, but when I’m done he’s not ready to leave.

“It’s so frustrating. It only takes him five minutes. They have a go at you and then they’re late.”

Perrie is more laid-back, doing her slap in the car except on a big night out.

“If I haven’t got my make-up artist with me I become a bit of a snob,” she admits. “I’m like, ‘Oh, do I have to do it myself?’?”

Left to themselves the girls can get into a real make-up pickle.

Leigh-Anne admits: “If I wear white I will get foundation all over my clothes and I constantly get lipstick on my teeth.”

Perrie agrees, adding: “False eyelashes do not like to stay on my eyes. Especially on stage. If I hit a big note and scrunch up my face I have to quickly peel them off and throw them to the side. It’s horrific.”

Even though her face is all over her Zayn’s arm, Perrie has no intention of getting a matching tattoo. She prefers piercings and has nose and neck studs.

She says: “I quite like pain. I like the feeling of piercings. I’ve always wanted tattoos, growing up seeing my dad and big brother all tatted. I think it’s cool, but I change my mind too much.”

The rest of the group are more into body art and Jesy is the bravest of the bunch.

“I’ve got four,” she says. “I’ve always wanted tattoos since I was young, I’ve just been too much of a wimp to get them.

“So I just thought, f*** it, and then I did it. It wasn’t painful. I literally felt like I was being drawn on with a pen.”

Leigh-Anne, who has two tattoos, disagrees. “Oh my god… it was the worst pain I’ve ever been through in my entire life,” she insists.

“I nearly fainted in my first one. But I can’t take any pain whatsoever. I can’t even take people patting me on the back. It really hurts.”

“This is true,” says Jade. “I patted her on the back and she screamed. I can’t wait to get a tattoo. I’ll get one as soon as I get a bloody day off!”

No chance of that just yet –the girls have been putting the finishing touches to their long-awaited second album.

“It’s more grown up and there’s more RnB on it,” says Jesy.

The first single is an upbeat floor-filler called Move, out on November 3.

Jesy adds: “We’ll be performing it on one of the X Factor live shows. It’s a fast tune so we’ll definitely have a dance routine.

“Luckily we’re usually in flat shoes when we perform so we’re not scared about falling over.”

“We’re more worried about forgetting the choreography,” says Leigh-Anne. “It’s hard when you’re singing at the same time. You have to learn to gloss over the mistakes.”

The girls say it’s weird watching the show that made them famous because it brings back so many memories.

Jade says: “I don’t like watching. It makes me nervous. I get a funny feeling in my belly whenever it comes on the telly, even an advert. It doesn’t seem that long ago that we were there.”