LITTLE Mix’s Perrie Edwards and Jade Thirlwall commanded attention in new racy behind-the-scenes shots from their music video, Think About Us, featuring Ty Dolla $ign.
Blonde bombshell Perrie, 25, stunned in a white demi bustier while she had her make-up topped up between shots.
Little Mix’s Perrie Edwards commanded attention in new racy behind-the-scenes shots from her band’s music video Think About Us[/caption]
She worked her locks into a sleek chignon at the nape of her neck, which drew attention to her butterfly earrings.
Upping the ante, Jade, 26, donned a white lace bralet in the candid shots with a long plaid maxi skirt.
The statement garment featured a thigh-high slit which showcased her legs while she performed a number of dance moves.
She then draped a white padded jacket around her arms while she smouldered down the camera for the sizzling video.
Jade, 26, donned a white lace bralet in the candid shots with a long plaid maxi skirt[/caption]
The statement garment featured a thigh-high slit which showcased her legs[/caption]
Following her bandmates fashion lead, Jesy Nelson, 27, wore a lace red halterneck bodysuit with a pair of high-waisted denim jeans as she straddled an actor for the scene.
While Leigh-Anne Pinnock, also 27, donned head-to-toe leather in a strapless crop top and matching trousers.
Unlike her bandmates, Leigh-Anne asked her footballer beau Andre Gray, who plays for Watford, to partake in the video.
The striker can be seen shirtless showcasing his tattoos sitting on a motorbike as the singer wrapped her legs around him.
Leigh-Anne Pinnock donned head-to-toe leather in a strapless crop top and matching trousers[/caption]
Leigh-Anne asked her footballer beau Andre Gray, who plays for Watford, to partake in the video[/caption]
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The band is expected to recreate scenes from the video at tomorrow night’s Brits, where they are up for Best Video and Best Group titles.
Speaking last month on Kiss Breakfast radio, Perrie, said: “It really hurts your soul when you go to these things and you don’t win.
“We practise the whole, ‘We didn’t win, but congratulations,’ when really on the inside we’re thinking, ‘Dammit.’”
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