Little Mix Blast Critics Of Their 'Get Weird' Tour Outfits: 'We'd Never Wear Outfits We Were Uncomfortable With'

Newsflash: They don't care what any of us think of their racy attire.

Little Mix have defended their risqué tour outfits, insisting that they aren’t too inappropriate for their younger fans.

The ‘X Factor’-winning girl group kicked off their ‘Get Weird’ tour on Sunday night, have have so far, received rave reviews for their latest UK jaunt.

But while their hair-flipping and tight harmonies have received the thumbs up from critics, their on-stage wardrobe choices have raised eyebrows among more conservative observers, who have suggested that they may be a little on the skimpy side, particularly given the age of a lot of their fans.

<strong>Little Mix do not care what you think of their outfits, frankly</strong>
Little Mix do not care what you think of their outfits, frankly
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Perrie Edwards, who makes up one quarter of the girl band, is having none of it, though.

<strong> Perrie Edwards</strong>
Perrie Edwards
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Leigh-Anne Pinnock added: “If we weren’t comfortable we just wouldn’t wear it.

"It’s not about being overly sexy, but it’s showing off your assets that you want to show off and if you feel confident in it, then boom.”

<strong> Leigh-Anne Pinnock</strong>
Leigh-Anne Pinnock
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Little Mix’s latest tour comes just weeks after they stormed the stage at the Brit Awards, with what was undeniably one of the most memorable performances of the night.

The four-piece performed their chart-topping single, ‘Black Magic’, while sporting racy black and green outfits and giving it their all with some energetic choreography.

The ‘Get Weird’ tour continues in venues all over the next six weeks, before heading overseas to Australia, Asia and Europe later in the year.

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