Little Mix say their 'naughtier' music is all about women empowerment


X Factor stars Little Mix have admitted they've become "naughtier" since winning the show.

The girls, who triumphed on The X Factor back in 2011, have revealed their latest album Glory Days is a bit "saucier" than the music they released four years ago.


But it's all about women empowerment, the four piece insist.

"We’re a bit saucier, naughtier," Jade Thirlwall told The Sun newspaper last week. "We’re a bit more grown up and we can say things now that maybe four years ago we would have been scared to say.

“There’s a couple of songs that are a bit naughty – but in a good way."


Speaking of the tracks on her group's latest record, Jade continued: "They’re songs that make women feel empowered.

"Blokes have songs like, ‘Oh yeah, girl in the club, yeah,’ It’s like our version of that, but in a really empowering way for a woman, because it doesn’t always have to be a man that sings about naughty things, does it?"

The more raunchier Little Mix certainly hasn't done the girls' career any harm.

Glory Days returned to Number 1 on Friday night for a third week at the chart summit, becoming the fastest selling album by a British girl group since the Spice Girls in the 1990s.

Meanwhile, they enjoyed a fourth Number 1 single with Shout Out To My Ex earlier in the year, making them the most successful X Factor winners to date.

From here, Little Mix are hoping 2017 will be even bigger with plans to launch themselves in America.