Little Mix love touring America because the fans there are ''incredible'', and ''give them everything'' whenever they get on stage.
Little Mix love touring America because the fans there are ''incredible''.
The girl group - comprised of Perrie Edwards, Jesy Nelson, Leigh-Anne Pinnock and Jade Thirlwall - are currently supporting Ariana Grande on her tour of the US, and have said they're loving every second because the crowd always ''gives them everything''.
Leigh-Anne said: ''Fans over here are so crazy, in the most incredible way possible. You guys just give us everything.''
And the 'Shout Out to My Ex' hitmakers also praised 23-year-old Ariana for pushing the idea of ''girl power'', and have said they even feel the support from the 'Dangerous Woman' singer's fans who might not know who Little Mix are.
Perrie added: ''[Ariana] has the most incredible fans. They're very supportive. And a lot of the time, we see Little Mix t-shirts and Little Mix banners [in the crowd], which makes us feel very special. Ariana's got a girl power to her going on. So we are just living life with all the girlies. It's brilliant!''
Meanwhile, the girls also spoke about the video for their latest single 'No More Sad Songs' - which features rapper Machine Gun Kelly - and said whilst they were unsure about the country-themed concept at first, they now believe it's their ''favourite video''.
Jade told Billboard.com's 'Pop Shop Podcast': ''It was a bit random, really. The director for the video, he suggested the whole 'Coyote Ugly' thing, and at first we were like, 'This really doesn't go with 'No More Sad Songs'!' But then when we actually did the shoot, it's quite refreshing, isn't it? Because it's not what you'd expect when you watch it.
''I think it's one of our favourite videos. It ticks every box: It's fun, it's a bit saucy, and we look good and we feel good in it.''
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