Don't you just love Little Mix?! Not only are they all brilliant, empowering women, but they also don't take any sh*t whatsoever.

After Perrie Edwards and Zayn Malik broke up, she was understandably heartbroken. She didn't speak about the parting of the ways for a long time, but she had her girls to keep her going.


She wrote in the Little Mix biography: "It was horrible, the worst time in my life. A four-year relationship, two year engagement ended by a simple text message. Just like that.

"Even though things in my career were going really well, it was incredibly difficult for me."

It's been quite a while now, and it seems that Perrie is completely over it. Zayn's got a new girlfriend, none other than Gigi Hadid, and Perrie's loved up with footballer Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain.

However, she was on stage in Australia with Little Mix performing their smash hit 'Shout Out To My Ex' earlier this year when it looks as though Perrie may have changed the words from: "I hope she getting better sex, hope she ain't faking it like I did" to "I hope she getting better sex, hope she ain't faking it like Hadid". Well, that's what Little Mix fans are saying anyway.

Watch this and decide for yourself...

Credit: Twitter/Revivalmanias

As you can see, Jade cracks up so much that Perrie has to stop mid-line and shout: "Jade! Stop!" while laughing herself.

Fans have lost their minds, and I have to admit that after watching the video I'm not sure either way...

One fan wrote: "Jade made the face because Perrie said 'hope she ain't faking it like Hadid'." reports the Sun.

While another said that they think it was her accent that made it sound like that.


Hmm... I don't know, you know. What do you reckon? Let us know in the comments.

Mel Ramsay

Mel Ramsay is the Senior Journalist at PRETTY52 but has worked at LADbible Group as part of the LADbible editorial team since 2015. She started her career writing obituaries and funeral guides online. Since then, her work has been published in a wide variety of national and local news sites. She is part of the BBC's Generation project and has spoken about young people, politics and mental health on television, radio and online. Contact her -

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