A Little Mix documentary just landed on YouTube
Calling all Little Mix fans
A documentary about Little Mix has just landed on YouTube, and it's definitely a must-see for fans of the group.
The film, which is titled Little Mix At Home, is a series of candid interviews with Jade Thirlwall, Perrie Edwards and Leigh-Anne Pinnock as they reflect on their 10 years together.
The group address their early years fresh off the X factor circuit which saw them, as Leigh-Anne notes, being "catapulted" into fame.
Reflecting on what's changed, she continues: "I feel like we're a lot wiser now, we're more clued up. We know what we want even more. We don't take no prisoners and I feel like when we stick together, it's a force."
Perrie, meanwhile, tells the camera that she separates the beginning of Little Mix from now.
"I feel like it's two different lives," she says. "I don't know if it's because it was so long ago, but everything was new and fresh, and we were so young and we were so excited about everything and we were travelling the world and we were living the dream. And everyone wanted to be a part of Little Mix and to be in our gang."
— Little Mix (@LittleMix) December 6, 2021
Like Leigh-Anne, Jade also felt that they were catapulted into fame.
She says: "It felt like the four of us were on this catapult getting stretched and stretched and stretched (...) and then 10 years happened and here I am."
The first installation of Little Mix at Home is already up on YouTube and is completely free to watch.
Since its release, many fans have taken to the comments section to praise it.
One wrote: "I'm so proud of every little thing they have achieved and I'll forever be grateful for the past ten years as a fan."
Another said: "These queens have proved everybody wrong. I'm so proud of them as individuals and as a group."
Just last week, the band announced that after their Confetti tour, they would be taking a break from music.