Little Mix Are A 1970s Dream In 'Teen Vogue' Feature

Little Mix Are A 1970s Dream In 'Teen Vogue' Feature

Little Mix channel their inner 1970s self for this fun new shoot with Teen Vogue mag.

The girls – Jesy Nelson, Perrie Edwards, Jade Thirlwall, and Leigh-Anne Pinnock – open up about the power of friendship, breakup advice and more in the feature, plus perform a little a cappella. Check it:

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On their new album: “We’re growing up. We’re not young girls anymore. It’s a little more cheeky. It’s quite a pop album that’s relatable to everyone, it’s classic ‘80s pop.”

On how to deal with heartbreak: “Surround yourself with your girlfriends, have fun, have a night out, maybe have a good cry, eat lots of crap.”

On the importance of friendship: “You can do anything you want when you’ve got friends around you. We genuinely get on so well, and even though we’re in each other’s pockets, we never argue. No one believes us, but even when we get done with work for the day, we still want to have sleepovers. It’s like we’re addicted to each other.”

A Cappella Sessions with Little Mix
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