With harmonies so tight, it’s hard to believe that each lady of Little Mix first entered “The X-Factor U.K.” as a solo artist. Lucky for girl group fans worldwide, singers Perrie Edwards, Jesy Nelson, Leigh-Anne Pinnock and Jade Thirlwall joined forces to make “X-Factor U.K.” history by being the first girl group to win the show. The band sealed the deal as finalists by performing an unforgettable soulful version of Damien Rice’s “Cannonball.” Not long after releasing their first album DNA, the group’s fame went global, and their first tour saw fans grabbing tickets to witness Little Mix perform hits like “Wings,” “Change Your Life,” and “How Ya Doin?” live in concert. Fans and critics have compared their onstage chemistry and musical prowess to such legendary female groups as En Vogue, TLC, Spice Girls, and Destiny’s Child while Little Mix name Beyoncé, Michael Jackson, and Rihanna as major influences. Their combination of serious vocal chops and wholesome girl-next-door style has won over music fans of all ages, evidenced by their nominations for a Nickelodeon Kids’ Choice Award, Glamour Magazine’s Women of the Year award, and Virgin Media Award. Their performances feature an energetic blend of R&B-esque pop with a dance edge, and they never fail to wow audiences with their signature mix of original hits and their unique take on old-school pop classics.