Little Mix want to collaborate with the Spice Girls


Fangirl like you’ve never fangirled before.

Despite no Spice Girls 20th anniversary celebrations or performances being confirmed yet, today’s girl power group Little Mix have said they want to be involved in anyway they can.

Leigh-Anne Pinnock told Digital Spy: “We want to perform with them, that’s our dream. ​It would be great to do it with all of them.​

“It would be amazing,” Jade Thirlwall said, before Perrie Edwards added: “Fangirl central!”

Go on Spice Girls, if you’re going to have a 20th Anniversary bash, please say they’ll be there.

Little Mix recently revealed that their new single, Secret Love Song, has helped some of their fans come out as gay.

Speaking on Capital FM, the girls talked about the meaning behind the song and how its lyrics can be interpreted in different ways.

They said: “We’ve been having loads of people say that it’s helped them almost to come out, to say that they’re gay and that is an incredible thing.

“It’s just so inspiring when we hear these stories, with the music that we’re putting out, to be able to give the confidence to somebody and the belief to be able to say something.”



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