Little Mix's Perrie Edwards Shut Down A Fan With One Single Tweet
I couldn't be famous, you know. Every single thing you do is completely scrutinised by the general public, and you open yourself up to ALL the opinions that quite franky, you don't always need to hear.
You wouldn't walk down the street and ask Portia at the check-out counter why she's chosen the red lipstick today, so why do people bombard their idols with questions about their life choices?
The latest celebrity to come under fire is no other than Little Mix's Perrie Edwards. Little Mix as a band tend to get quite a bit of stick every now and again, whether it's to do with their stage outfits, who they're dating (yes, seriously) or if they get absolutely smashed at an awards show...
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I think it's pretty hilarious how drunk they are on that clip. NGL, I'd be exactly the same. They just won a Brit Award, FFS.
The girls have been back on tour for the last few weeks, and while Perrie had to step out of their Las Vegas show due to a medical emergency, she's back and fighting fit for the rest of the shows. One fan however, thinks that the singer may need a bit of a rest.
Responding to a tweet about a note that Perrie had managed to hit quite 'spectacularly', one user wrote: "Perrie should stop overworking her vocals + they should stop performing Power it always sounds like they're struggling [sic]."
perrie should stop overworking her vocals + they should stop performing Power it always sounds like they're struggling
- mamacita (@KillEmSel) October 9, 2017
While many Mixers hit out at the 'fan' for their comment, Perrie herself took the time out of her busy schedule to personally respond.
The singer wrote on the Little Mix main account: "Why don't you try sing it hun [sic]?" Burrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrnnnnnnnn.
Why don't you try sing it hun?
- Little Mix (@LittleMix) October 9, 2017
While it's not specified that it was definitely Perrie responding to the tweet, the girls have been known to be quite present on the main group's Twitter account, and fans rushed to support the star for her outburst.
Some fans even thought that it may be Leigh-Anne Pinnock responding, as she uses the word 'hun' quite often when talking.
TBH, maybe we should all just leave it to the professionals. I wouldn't want anyone giving me advice on how to make super noodles, so we should probably stick to what we know best.
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