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Little Mix - the ultimate role models
X Factor winners Little Mix have made history in becoming not only the first group to win the TV talent show, but the first girl group to even get into the final.
There's no denying that Jesy Nelson, Perrie Edwards, Leigh-Anne Pinnock and Jade Thirlwall, backed by Tulisa, are exceptional: despite being lumped together in the bootcamp stage of X Factor, they've got a chemistry that some established groups seem to lack and they've only known each other for about three months. That, and they can harmonise as well as Destiny's Child in their heyday.
As well as their £150,000 record deal payment (and Simon Cowell's advantageous backing), it's been reported that the girls are set to rake in £8 million along with their heroic win. A lot of this money will come from endorsements with fashion and beauty brands that are all looking for the perfect role models to promote their products.
"People in marketing spend their lives looking for suitable role models. Little Mix are the full package. The trick will be knowing what to turn down," a management insider told The Sun.
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They may make good role models, they pushed for their dream and made it. They dress their age and dont flaunt their bodies like alot of girls that age these days.
They can sing and anyone who watches X factor would agree, i dont care where they are from or how they made it as long as they make good music then its all good, anyone who cares about that are just haters like Paul J.
people are talking about how they can be real role models? .. 1) there young girls that have managed to make there dreams come true through hard work and determination? thats enough reason for them to be role models for young girls and children. None of us know how much hard work it takes to learn songs and harmonise together as a group. AT LEAST there not sponging of the goverment and already kids under there belt. There making something of themselves... people moan when young people dont do anything.... when they do people STILL complain.... its a joke.
Good on them I think.
Miss Piggy? I assume you are the people who want to see another hundred versions of Aston from JLS and another load of factory produced dolls... Maybe wake up and be surprised that the girl can sing. It isn't a dating show, it's singing and performing right? So what does it matter about looks?
Look at the stars who made excellent music in the 70s and 80s perhaps...?
why cant people just be happy for others don't slate them nobody s perfect everybody has their own opinion but if its nasty keep it to yourself don't drag others down stupid remarks can really knock peoples confidence!! i think lil mix are good and my kids love em! They will be the new generations biggest girl band and good on them!! YOU GO GIRLS!!!!
I'm happy for them...they didn't make any offensive remarks, sang beautifully and I hope they share their happiness with people less happy than they are.
Sing a song for Christmas at a soup Kitchen on Christmas Day! x
well done little mix, they were great. WAY better than the saturdays could be. and whoever says they are ugly, jelousy doesnt get you anywhere.
From what i've seen they auditioned as individuals and didn't know each other.
So my question is, How did they come to choose those 4 solo auditions to be together out of 100's who auditioned on that day? And how did they know their personalities wouldn't clash? Also what a surprise they get to the live shows and then go on to win it.
To me if you look back it seems all a bit staged, same as One Direction, 5 solo auditions get put together on the day of the auditions (so they said) and get to the final 3 last year.
If they auditioned solo and didn't get through why did they get a second chance?
All a bit suspect from day 1 if you look at it.
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