Entertainment Little Mix 'didn't get support' after winning The X Factor
Little Mix reveal TRUTH behind Simon Cowell 'feud'
They dramatically left his Syco record label in 2018Speaking to the Radio Times, Perrie said, "I think with Simon it’s all fun and games. We’ve got no personal vendetta against him. We moved on and, to be fair, over the years we didn’t actually see him that much. We’re not ones to hold grudges.
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Speaking to Digital Spy and others at a virtual press conference, the girls talked about the difference between being judged and doing the judging.
Little Mix criticise 'The X Factor' for being unauthentic as they launch rival talent show
Little Mix have said The X Factor has lost viewers because it is too predictable and scripted. The band - Leigh-Anne Pinnock, Jade Thirlwell, Perrie Edwards and Jesy Nelson - won the ITV show in 2011 and have gone on to launch their own rival talent series The Search on BBC, while The X Factor’s ratings have plummeted in recent years. Thirlwell told the Radio Times: “You can’t lie to people. People aren’t stupid any more about the smoke and mirrors.Read more: Jesy Nelson opens up on experiencing panic attack during Live Lounge performance © Provided by Yahoo! Entertainment UK Little Mix and Chris Ramsay host BBC talent show The Search.
Leigh-Anne explained: "Being judged is definitely more stressful, but it’s more about having their lives in your hands.
"That’s a massive responsibility and you can’t really prepare yourself for that, it’s intense... Judging and saying no and having their dreams in your hands, snatching away their dreams at the last second."
She added: "I feel like we really do give amazing advice and constructive criticism, and I feel they have such a good experience on the show that even if they don’t do through, it’s something they can take away with them.
A star is born' Zeekay stuns Little Mix with sensational performance
The starlet impressed Jesy Nelson, Leigh-Ann Pinnock, Perrie Edwards and Jade Thirlwall by performing Macklemore and Ryan Lewis's Can't Hold Us in the debut episode of The Search. And people at home were just as knocked out by his rap/vocal performance, taking to Twitter to express their delight. One person said simply that 'a star is born', while another added it was the 'performance of the night.'Scroll down for video. 1/5 SLIDES © Provided by Daily Mail Let's do this: Viewers of Little Mix's new TV show which aired on Saturday night were blown away by contestant Zeekay's audition.
"We didn’t have that really on the show that we came from... It was so important for us that we had that in place.
"We’ve all had 'no's in our lifetime and it really does affect you.
"What we want is to encourage them to come back and try again, it's not over because you get one 'no'. It’s really important we put that in place, definitely."
Speaking about why the show was different from other reality TV shows, Jade added: “It’s fun, it’s authentic.
"We’ve been in this position ourselves so we can relate more, and that shows when you’re watching it. It’s just fresh and cool.
"It’s exciting and you really get an insight [into] the four of us and how we gel together as a group with our personalities. It’s really fun to watch, as well as seeing some incredible talent."
The X Factor may NOT return to screens in 2021
The long-running singing competition has been on ITV since 2004, but was 'rested' this year following a decline in ratings and an experimental format change.The long-running singing competition has been on ITV since 2004, but was 'rested' this year following a decline in ratings and an experimental format change that saw two special series - 'The X Factor: Celebrity' and 'The X Factor: The Band' - air in 2019.
Little Mix: The Search starts on BBC One at 7pm on Saturday, 26 September.
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