Fifth Harmony just ended all body confidence bullies with this inspiring statement about Little Mix

There’s nothing we love better than when our two fave girlbands team up to take down all the haters and conquer the world.


Many people have suggested that there is a rivalry between the two premier girl groups in the world rn, Little Mix and Fifth Harmony. But actually they are like sisters and have a huge amount of respect for each other. That’s why Fifth Harmony have leapt to Little Mix’s defence after they were slated for the way they dress.

Everybody remembers Little Mix’s comeback performance of ‘Shout Out to My Ex’ on ‘The X Factor’ a few weeks ago. It was brave. It was honest. It was beautiful. It was pure black magic.

But as always the haters reared their ugly heads to say that Little Mix’s outfits weren’t appropriate for a family show like ‘The X Factor’.

Everybody’s calling Little Mix prostitues and it’s so not OK


Jesy Nelson responded to the haters with a very sassy wardrobe choice


In an recent interview here’s what Fifth Harmony had to say about Little Mix’s performance…


“Oh it was fabulous! They sounded fabulous, they were fabulous, they are fabulous!”


“It definitely makes me query as to where we are in the world right now, though. We definitely do get criticism sometimes. I remember when the ‘Work From Home’ video came out and people had a bunch to say. We did also get a lot of support from our amazing fans, but it was kind of the outsiders that were the ones criticising us.”

“We’re women and we want to embrace that, so whatever makes us feel good… we work really hard every single day and we want that to be seen, and we want to be confident. If I want to wear shorts or a crop top, that doesn’t make necessarily a slut. It just means I’m confident in my body because I work really hard for it!”

YAS NORMANI! You go girl. We think it’s so important for women to stand up for each other, especially girlband members. We think Little Mix would be over the moon that 5H are showing solidarity and standing up for women all over the world.

What do you think of Normani’s comments? Do you agree? Do you think girlbands have the right to wear what they like?

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Written by David Farrell

David is the Head of Content at Maximum Pop!

Having studied Russian and Spanish at the University of Leeds, David moved to Moscow to work in the education sector. Upon returning to UK soil, David initially immersed himself in the wonderful world of MP! as a music writer.

Now head of all things content, David takes being a music fanboy to a whole new level, and can often be found dancing like there's nobody watching to 'Shout Out To My Ex', obsessing over Lauren Jauregui and defending Taylor Swift's honour.

David once appeared on TV in Armenia. Apparently, "it was awesome".

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