The Little Mix girls tell Closer why they don’t feel under pressure to be skinny and why they all still love going to student nights!
s big names in the image-obsessed world
of pop, it would come as no surprise if Little Mix were forever waxing lyrical about their super-strict diets and hardcore exercise regimes.
But when Closer caught up with the girls
– Perrie Edwards, 22, Jesy Nelson, 24, Jade Thirlwall, 22, and Leigh-Anne Pinnock,
24 – they told us that, for them, anything goes when it comes to Christmas food. And they’re all planning to feast on chocolates and carbs this festive season.
Speaking at the Kiss FM party, Perrie says: âœChristmas is the time to eat all the
chocolate and stuff your face. I can’t wait!â And the size 8 star reveals that she doesn’t just wait until Christmas to enjoy her carb-fest, but instead she likes to eat whatever she wants, all of the time.
âœI couldn’t give a cp about what I eat,â she says. âœCurry, McDonald’s – you name it, I’ll eat it. I especially love everything carby, like crisps and chips.
âœI eat McDonald’s all the time. My dad says I must have hollow legs, which is good!â
Bandmate Jesy insists that despite being subjected to endless cruel online taunts about her weight, she also refuses to feel
under any pressure to be slimmer. Speaking candidly in 2011 about the weight bullies who hound her, the singer revealed: âœWhen you have your own insecurities and then people go and tell you and write about them on websites for everyone to see, it just makes you feel really rubbish about yourself.
âœBeing in a group with three beautiful girls who are a lot smaller and slimmer than me… obviously I know I’m a lot bigger.
But I find it really hard when people decide to publicise it on Twitter.â
But despite the taunts, Jesy, who’s a healthy size 10-12, tells Closer: âœI don’t feel any pressure to stay slim. As a group, we aren’t very health-conscious – me and Leigh-