Little Mix have opened up about their experience on the X Factor, as they reveal how they plan to make things different for contestants on their new show The Search, which starts this weekend.
Sharing the lessons they learned during their time on the X Factor, Jade revealed that the band "probably could have benefited from a bit more support along the way," and that they'll be focusing on giving "after care" to contestants on The Search.
"The after care is essential – that’s the difference between wanting to get on the stage again," Jade explained in an interview with The Mirror. "Whether they get through or not, our team call them up for a while to see how they’re doing.
"We’ll support everyone because we’ve been through a similar experience and probably could have benefited from a bit more support along the way."
Meanwhile, Perrie shared her advice for the future winners of The Search, telling them to stay grounded. "It’s about staying grounded and being a good person. Everyone you meet will remember that first impression," she explained. "And if you act like a little arse, people will never forget that."
"So they’ve just got to remember to treat people with kindness and be nice."
Leigh-Anne also revealed that there isn't one "big ego" in Little Mix, which is part of the secret to their success. "That’s what’s so special about us – we’ve always allowed each other to shine and worked together and there’s never been a big ego. It just wouldn’t work," she added.
Never change, girls!
Little Mix: The Search starts this Saturday 26th September on BBC One and BBC iPlayer. The show will see singers being put into groups, and they'll be mentored by Little Mix themselves, no less.
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