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Little Mix Debuts 'Hair' Music Video With Sean Paul - Watch Now!

Little Mix pulls a move out of Risky Business for their brand new music video for “Hair”.

The ladies — Perrie Edwards, Jesy Nelson, Jade Thirlwall, and Leigh-Anne Pinnock — pulled in Sean Paul for the collaboration, where Leigh-Anne finds out her guy is two-timing her with another over social media.

PHOTOS: Check out the latest pics of Little Mix

“Hair” is the fourth single off Little Mix‘s multi-platinum selling album Get Weird, and was shot by Director X, who shot the “Black Magic” video too.

Watch the full video below!


Little Mix – Hair (Official Video) ft. Sean Paul

Little Mix's Perrie Edwards on Her Post-Zayn Malik Private Life: 'People Should F-ck Off'

Little Mix looks stunning while posing together for the new May 2016 cover of Cosmopolitan UK, on sale March 31.

Here’s what the ladies – Perrie Edwards, Jesy Nelson, Jade Thirlwall, and Leigh-Anne Pinnock – had to share with the mag:

Perrie on the intrusion into her private life: “When it’s your personal life, something you’re going through, I think people should f-ck off and have respect. At the end of the day, we are real people going through real things.”

Jesy on people talking about her weight: “It used to make me cry. I was shocked at the time. I was a young girl and I thought, ‘What have I done to you? Why do you have to be mean to me? I’m not a nasty person and I took it to heart. Some of the things people said were disgusting. It really affected me.”

Leigh-Anne on partying during their X Factor days: “I used to have the crown for partying in the group. Jade and I probably got off with every boy on The X Factor tour. I mean a kiss of course… I’m joking, we weren’t that bad. But we had fun.”

For more on Little Mix, visit Cosmopolitan.co.uk!

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Little Mix Perform 'Black Magic' at BRIT Awards 2016

Little Mix charge the stage during their performance at the 2016 BRIT Awards at The O2 Arena on Wednesday night (February 24) in London, England.

The ladies — Jade Thirlwall, Perrie Edwards, Jesy Nelson, and Leigh-Anne Pinnock — twisted their hit “Black Magic” for a tribal feel at the annual show.

PHOTOS: Check out the latest pics of Little Mix

Little Mix were up for British Artist Video Of The Year and Best British Single for the song, but did not win.

Watch their performance below!


Little Mix – “Black Magic” – 2016 BRIT Awards

10+ pictures inside of Little Mix performing at the BRIT Awards 2016More Here! »

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Little Mix Give Thanks To Fans Ahead of BRITS 2016

Little Mix stick together on the red carpet as they arrive for the 2016 BRIT Awards at The O2 Arena on Wednesday night (February 24) in London, England.

The ladies — Jade Thirlwall, Perrie Edwards, Jesy Nelson, and Leigh-Anne Pinnock — are up for two awards — British Artist Video Of The Year AND Best British Single for “Black Magic” — and will also be performing.

“Even if we don’t win, the fact that we were just nominated is amazing,” Jesy shared ahead of the big event. “We’re up against some incredible artists so it is going to be hard, but one of them is fan-voted so we’re kind of clinging on to that.

She added, “We know that our fans are incredible. But you know even if we don’t, we’re performing and it’s a dream come true so we just feel very lucky.”

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Little Mix & Ellie Goulding Step Out for BBC Music Awards 2015

Little Mix looks fierce while hitting the red carpet for the 2015 BBC Music Awards held at Genting Arena on Thursday (December 10) in Birmingham, England.

The girls – Perrie Edwards, Jesy Nelson, Jade Thirlwall, and Leigh-Anne Pinnock – were joined on the carpet by fellow British singers Ellie Goulding and James Bay.

“TONIGHT! We’re hitting the stage at the #BBCMusicAwards 🎤🎉 Make sure you tune in to @BBCOne from 8pm! The Girls x,” Little Mix tweeted.

10+ pictures inside of Little Mix, Ellie Goulding, and James Bay at the BBC AwardsMore Here! »

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Little Mix's Perrie Edwards Goes Sheer for Cosmopolitan's Women Of The Year Awards 2015

Perrie Edwards sparkles in a killer sheer dress while attending the 2015 Cosmopolitan Ultimate Women Of The Year Awards held at One Mayfair on Wednesday (December 2) in London, England.

The 22-year-old recently single singer was joined by her Little Mix bandmates Jesy Nelson, Leigh-Anne Pinnock, and Jade Thirlwall, as well as Rebel Wilson, Ella Eyre, Emma Bunton, and Olly Murs.

Also pictured below: Rebel was spotted arriving at Club 49 with a pal the night before.

30+ pictures inside of Little Mix, Rebel Wilson, and more at the awards event… More Here! »

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Zayn Malik Reveals Why He Left One Direction & How He Split With Perrie Edwards in 'The Fader' Cover Story

Zayn Malik takes a sip of some juice in this just-released cover for The Fader magazine.

Here’s what the 22-year-old former One Direction singer had to share with the mag:

On why he quit: “I guess I just wanted to go home from the beginning. I was always thinking it. I just didn’t know when I was going to do it. Then by the time I decided to go, it just felt right on that day. I woke up on that morning, if I’m being completely honest with you, and was like, ‘I need to go home. I just need to be me now, because I’ve had enough.’ I was with my little cousin at the time—we were sat in the hotel room—and I was just, ‘Should I go home?’ And he was like, ‘If you want to go home, let’s go home.’ So we left.”

On if his cheating rumors contributed to the decision: “The two things never really coincided in my mind. Obviously, publicly, that’s the way it worked, because it worked well for the purpose. Them two stories looked good together side by side. Stories came out because we were in Thailand, and we were out and about. If we were out in Australia, if we were out in India, the same thing would have happened. It was just at a peak where the fame was intrusive and invasive. It wasn’t because of that that I left—that was just a contributing factor to everything. I’d already made my mind up before that.”

On if he broke up with Perrie Edwards over text: “If you could word it exactly this way, I’d be very appreciative. I have more respect for Perrie than to end anything over text message. I love her a lot, and I always will, and I would never end our relationship over four years like that. She knows that, I know that, and the public should know that as well. I don’t want to explain why or what I did, I just want the public to know I didn’t do that.”

On his frustration with the music: “There was never any room for me to experiment creatively in the band. If I would sing a hook or a verse slightly R&B, or slightly myself, it would always be recorded 50 times until there was a straight version that was pop, generic as fuck, so they could use that version. Whenever I would suggest something, it was like it didn’t fit us. There was just a general conception that the management already had of what they want for the band, and I just wasn’t convinced with what we were selling. I wasn’t 100 percent behind the music. It wasn’t me. It was music that was already given to us, and we were told this is what is going to sell to these people. As much as we were the biggest, most famous boy band in the world, it felt weird. We were told to be happy about something that we weren’t happy about.”

For more on Zayn, visit TheFader.com.

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