Little Mix Are Learning to 'Love Ourselves More & More'

Little Mix Are Learning to 'Love Ourselves More & More'

Little Mix is opening up on fame and what it’s like to be “normal.”

In a recent interview, the girls – Leigh-Anne Pinnock, Jesy Nelson, Jade Thirlwall, and Perrie Edwards – spoke with The Guardian about what it’s like being a mega popular girl group in this day and age.

“We were thrown into this industry without a clue about what was about to hit us,” Jesy said. “It was just the worst thing ever. Strangers saying things about you that you didn’t even know about yourself. And you question yourself. But do you know what’s weird? I feel like now that people can sense we’ve stopped giving a sh–, we don’t really get it any more. I think it’s a really sad world that we live in, with social media, where people love to scrutinise girls and women. But we set a good example. We embrace who we are, we’re not perfect and we know that. But, I know if I have kids, I don’t want them to have phones.”

“We wake up some days and feel like the most fierce people ever,” added Perrie. “But some days we’ll be like: ‘Oh my God, I’m so ugly.’ I don’t think everyone is 100% comfortable in their own skin, but we’re learning to love ourselves more and more, and that’s what we represent in our music.”

About always being on the road, Jesy mentioned, “I got back from Europe and had to pack to go again. I was looking at all of my suitcases on my floor and burst out crying. I was like: ‘I can’t do this.’ Literally I nearly had a breakdown like, ‘I need help. This is too much. I just want to be home.’”

To read more from Little Mix, head to TheGuardian.com!

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