Little Mix talk boyfriends, first kisses and crying in unearthed interview

Eight years ago Little Mix were keen young X Factor singers performing each week on the show hoping to win.

In an unearthed interview with MizzMag TV a considerably younger Leigh-Anne Pinnock, Jade Thirlwall, Perrie Edwards and Jesy Nelson are quizzed about their love lives and any backstage gossip.

The girls are repeatedly asked cringe questions about their first boyfriends, crying over boys, their crushes and their first kisses, along with what they wanted to do if they won The X Factor .

The group – who went on to win the 2011 series and have just released their latest single Bounce Back – were only too happy to chat about their love lives.

Little Mix, who were the brainchild of then judge Tulisa, were dressed in vaguely matching outfits, hairscarves and brightly dyed hair.

All smiling the girls reminisced over who their first kisses were, as Perrie, then 17, confessed hers was that year, on a beach with a boy named Connor.

They also chatted about crying over boys and how they couldn't remember the names of their first boyfriends.

All four agreed they wanted to treat their parents to their own houses if they won the show, and that they would have a party to celebrate.

Now of course the girls are leading the popstar lifestyle, having travelled the globe as Little Mix.

They're all in relationships which they often plaster all over social media in between performing their music for their diehard fans.

Perrie, 25, is currently dating footballer Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, after a much publicised split from fellow X Factor boybander Zayn Malik who was in One Direction.

Jade Thirlwall, 26, has been with boyfriend The Struts rocker Jed Elliot for over three years.

Leigh-Anne, 27, met her boyfriend Watford footballer Andre Gray in Marbella in 2016 and the pair live together.

Meanwhile Jesy Nelson, 28, is currently dating Love Island star Chris Hughes, after a failed engagement to Rixton boybander Jake Roche.

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