Can you believe Little Mix have been around five years already?!
The super talented band, who scored their fourth No.1 hit with Shout Out to my Ex last month, have openly spoken about their plans to settle down.
In an interview with The Guardian, the girls – Jesy Nelson, 25, Perrie Edwards, 23, Leigh-Anne Pinnock, 25, and Jade Thirlwall 23 – admitted that they aren’t going to be around for too long.
Despite being pretty much one of the most successful bands in the UK, Jesy said: “We’d stop if it got to a point where people are like, ‘They’re so done, why are they still trying?'”
“We don’t want to be too cringe,” added the beauty.
Then to add fuel to that notion, the girls also spoke about starting families…
“Can we all just promise we’ll have children around the same time to form another band?” said Leigh-Anne Pinnock.
Wow, talking babies already!
“Or,” added Jade, “Have them at the same time so we can all come back together.”
That would take some serious planning…
All of this chat comes as the girls lyrics to hit song Shout Out To My Ex have ruffled a few feathers!
The opening line says: “I hope she getting better sex, hope she ain’t faking it like I did,” and has been hinted as a direct reference to Perrie’s ex Zayn Malik.
Chatting about the naughty lyrics, Jade told BBC Radio 1 presenter Nick Grimshaw: “Well, we’ve all been there haven’t we?”
Jade added: “Who doesn’t relate to this song? It relates to everyone. Jes always says it’s like a happy, heartbreak song.”
Trying to divert away from Zayn chat she also said: “Everyone’s got an ex and everyone’s got a bad one.”