VH1: On The X Factor, you all auditioned as solo artists and now you’re in a group. Do you ever worry that one or more of you might try to break off from the band and start a solo career?
Little Mix: No.
Perrie: No, we’re not going anywhere.
Jade: The healthy thing I think about this group is that we’re all individual and we’re all equal as well. And I think that’s really important, and yeah, I think we have a really healthy relationship.
Perrie: Pity any one who wants to leave because I think we’d all handcuff them.
Leigh-Anne: If one of us left, then there would be no Little Mix. It has to be the four of us. Four pieces to the puzzle.
VH1: Do you think The X Factor was a good training ground for what pop stardom is?
Jade: It was the best platform ever. I mean, it was such a whirlwind. Like, it happened so quickly, but I feel like it was the best way for us. We just got thrown in and you learn to deal with it straight away. I mean, luckily for us, we’ve got each other. As a solo artists, it might have been scarier, but because we’ve got each other to keep each other grounded and everything and to support each other, it was a lot easier.
VH1: Awkward question, but what is going on with Tulisa?
Little Mix: We don’t actually know!
Perrie: We haven’t been home!
Jesy: Yeah, we don’t know anything about all that, but all we know is that we’re always going to be here for her. We love Tulisa. She’s like our sister.
Leigh-Anne: Whatever happens, we’re here.