Little Mix are gracing the cover of Wonderland’s March issue. I uploaded high quality outtakes from the shoot and and magazine cover to the gallery. Make sure you check them out!
Little Mix have given their views on the unfair gender pay gap in certain areas of the entertainment industry.
The four-piece – who are currently working on their third studio album – argued that actresses should not be paid less than their male counterparts, following the leak of Sony emails last year that highlighted the ongoing problem in Hollywood.
“I just don’t understand it,” Perrie Edwards told Wonderland magazine. “Why should we be paid less because we have boobs and a vajayjay?”
Leigh-Anne Pinnock added: “If things don’t change, women in the film industry should just go on strike. Could you imagine if all women in the film industry just stopped working or turned down parts until they got equal pay?”
The girl group asserted that they will continue to inspire female fans with their new music, which is due out later this year.
“It’s so refreshing to see females owning it right now,” Pinnock said. “Girl power is what we’re about. It’s what we stand for as a group. We want to do everything we can to make women feel better about themselves.”
Jesy Nelson added: “We’ve had mums come up to us and literally thank us for making the music that we do, saying that since listening to Little Mix their daughters have been happier and more confident in themselves.
“If a girl is being bullied, or heartbroken, or just feeling like utter s**te, if our music can make them feel better, then we’re doing our jobs right.”
Little Mix recently told Digital Spy that they have been “pouring [their] heart and soul into this album”, adding: “We’ve got more writing experience, vocally we’re going in even stronger – we’ve got more to write about – relationships and everything.
“We’re having so much fun at the minute and we love being in the studio so we’re just going to make sure it’s perfect and release it when we’re ready.”
Little Mix’s new album will serve as the follow-up to 2013’s Salute, which spawned the hit singles ‘Move‘, ‘Little Me‘ and ‘Salute‘.
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