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Little Mix's picture predicament

Published 30/06/2015

Little Mix
Little Mix

Jesy Nelson reveals that Perrie Edwards and Leigh-Anne Pinnock are the worst behaved on photo shoots.

The girl group have grown up a lot since they found fame on UK The X Factor in 2011. As well as their music tastes changing, they also rock a more mature look now.

Despite their sleek appearances, when it comes to photo shoots the four ladies can never decide which snaps they like best.

"It takes us about ten hours to decide on one picture," Leigh-Anne Pinnock laughed to Cover Media.

"Because if one person doesn't like it, then we can't have it," Jesy Nelson chimed in.

The band, joined by Perrie Edwards and Jade Thirlwall, were able to pick the photos for their debut perfume with ease though, as each girl has a solo shot on each side of the box.

For the Gold Magic fragrance shoot, Jesy, Perrie, Jade and Leigh-Anne all smoulder in sultry black clothes. Looking sexy is never a problem for Little Mix.

"Yeah at the same time, we're all posers. We love being in front of the camera, I think it's safe to say for everybody," Perrie smiled.

However when it comes to on-set antics, some of the group are better behaved than others.

"I would 100 per cent say Pez and Leigh are the most misbehaved," Jesy giggled.

"What! Misbehaved? I was expecting the good one," Perrie shot back.

"They just talk and talk and talk," Jesy added.

Gold Magic launched last week and is made up of fruity and floral notes.

© Cover Media

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