Little Mix Perform “Little Me” On ‘The Paul O’Grady Show’: Watch

Dec 11th, 2013 // 2 Comments
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Little Mix have given the soulful midtempo “Little Me” the single treatment as the next offering from their excellent sophomore LP Salute (not coming out in America until next year, but whatever), and the girls have turned out a televised performance of the track, giving it their all on The Paul O’Grady Show last night.

Going heavy with the fog machines for a steamy, ambient effect (not sure how exactly that matches up with the twinkling Christmas tree in the background, but who cares?), the point is that they looked and sounded better than ever — more grown-up and polished, with vocals that show their singing competition roots. 

Consider it a solid dress rehearsal for the inevitable high-profile stateside televised performances that will await them when they start promoting Salute in the United States next year — but they’re already performing at Olympic levels.

Watch it up top.

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  1. The beginning off this song sounds sooo like another song!!! I can hear it in my head!!! What is it?????? arghhhh x x

    • Kev.

      It’s Pavane, composed by Gabriel Fauré. It was sampled in a number of songs such as Il Divo’s Isabel and an S-Club-7 song whose name I couldn’t recall.

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