Little Mix has commented about the claims that some of their outfits made them look like ‘prostitutes.’
The girl band, which is made up of Perrie Edwards, Jade Thirlwall, Jesy Nelson and Leigh-Anne Pinnock, performed at Capital FM’s Jingle Bell Ball over the weekend where they responded to the critics.
When The Sun Online asked the women about these negative comments regarding their outfits, Jesy told the haters to: “Go away. If you’ve got nothing nice to say then bore off because we embrace every single bit of our bodies.”
The singer also defended their choice in clothing and how it makes them feel: “That’s what being a woman is about – being confident.”
Perrie backed up her friend, by saying: “It’s our choice. It’s about embracing what you want to embrace. We don’t question it. It shouldn’t be a question.”
“We say, just shut up,” she continued, before Jesy added that they “don’t care for negative nancies.”
Little Mix have been praised for their recent song ‘Strip’ where they sing about loving your body and embracing your insecurities, with their music video, including the girls naked with horrible words written across their bodies.