Little Mix have opened up about their relationship as a band, and insist they will never feud with one another.
It comes as fellow girl bands – Spice Girls and Pussycat Dolls – recently reunited without the full band line-up.
Speaking to Daily Mail Online, Little Mix, comprised of Leigh-Anne Pinnock, Perrie Edwards, Jade Thirwall and Jesy Nelson opened up about their friendship.
“I can’t see us ever feuding. Or [if they ever broke-up] getting back together without one of us being involved,” Jade revealed.
“People know we’re friends. It’s not fake with us, you can just tell.”
“If one of us didn’t want to come back with us, we couldn’t do it,” added Leigh-Anne.
“Even the Spice Girls – who came back without Victoria – they could do it. But we couldn’t do it.”
“You don’t know what goes on. People think we argue but we don’t,” said Perrie.
“And you know what? If Melody [from Pussycat Dolls] didn’t want to be there because she wanted more parts or whatever, so be it, each to their own.”
“And if the other girls wanted to get back together as it was right for them, get yourselves away.”
Spice Girls recently returned to the stage for a string of sold-out stadium shows, with Pussycat Dolls returning to stage early next year for their reunion tour.
It also comes amid tabloid rumours that fellow girl band Girls Aloud are feuding with each other and were never friends during the band’s peak.
Both Little Mix and Girls Aloud were formed in similar ways, on reality talent shows by music mogul Simon Cowell.