Little Mix: We don't get 'male attention'

Little Mix insist they don't get a lot of "male attention", only a few wolf whistles from the crowd when they perform live.

Little Mix: We don't get 'male attention'

Little Mix don't get "much male attention".

The 'Love Me Like You' hitmakers insist that whilst there are a lot of boys at their shows now, they only get the odd wolf whistle rather than a line of boys begging to be with them.

Jesy Nelson - who is engaged to Rixton's Jake Roche -shared: "We don't get that much male attention, we get a few wolf whistles which is lovely and then backstage we're all like, 'Oh my God, did you hear that wolf whistle?'"

Whilst bandmate Perrie Edwards added: "Our audience has changed now, it used to be just a lot of young girls but now there's a lot of boys."

Meanwhile, the 22-year-old beauty revealed the group - which also includes Leigh-Anne Pinnock and Jade Thirlwall - have made their album more "naughty" to appeal to a wider audience.

Perrie added to the Daily Star newspaper: "Of course we have to compensate for everyone on the album but we are now women and we want to talk about different things.

"Like 'ADIDAS', which stands for All Day I Dream About Sex. It's a naughty song but it's sexual innuendos rather than just singing let's have sex."

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