Sure, singing in a McDonald's might sound like a downgrade from winning the X Factor, but the reason Perrie Edwards, Jade Thirlwall, Leigh-Anne Pinnock, and Jesy Nelson are there is actually quite commendable.
Apparently, Little Mix teamed up with Mickey D's for their #HelloGoodTimes campaign, and they surprised one of their biggest fans with a rather random live performance of Hair in the middle of a crowded restaurant on Thursday.
FBF May 20, 2010: "Short hair don't care! This was such a great look for Janet! And I love how she's wearing her hair now too! She's had so many iconic hair moments. And she looks good in almost every one!"
With summer soon approaching, it seems the new thing to do is sport a pixie cut.
And the latest celeb to chop off her long locks, is surprisingly Janet Jackson.
Miz Jackson was spotted last night leaving Nobu restaurant in London showing off her new look.
We can't even recall the last time we've seen Janet with such short locks. But the 44-year-old looked confident as she walked to her waiting car.
We're glad she's loving her new look, but what do U think of her short hairstyle?
The slumber party video featuring Sean Paul is nothing special, but it does show that Perrie Edwards, Jesy Nelson, Leigh-Anne Pinnock, and Jade Thirlwall are closer than ever while the ladies of Fifth Harmony are feuding!
Can't wait to see how the fandoms react to all this!
We still don't get why they chose this as a single, though…
Ch-ch-check out Little Mix's Hair music video (above)!!!
Yes, that's really how Donald Trump ended an interview with Time magazine!
On Thursday, the publication published the transcript from their Wednesday sit-down with POTUS about his credibility, and it was A LOT of him defending himself. You know, because he's president and all, so he's ~always~ right. Smh.
Before we get to Trump's ending argument, it's important to point out that he believes he predicted the future, and he is not at all concerned by his lack of substantial sources to back up his claims Obama's administration wiretapped his campaign.