If you’re fan of Little Mix, you know that their music videos are worthy of watching on repeat. So it’s no surprise that we can’t stop watching the latest video from these powerful women. In the vibrant video, they each have taken on their own powerful identity and show the diversity of girl power.
Fans agree that these ladies did an excellent job at turning this song, which is centered on female empowerment into a music video that you can’t forget. In the video we see the ladies in a variety of situations, but one thing that has everyone talking is the inclusion of some of your favorite drag queens from Ru Paul’s Drag Race. Yup, in the video Jade is hanging out with Courtney Act, Alaska 5000 and Willam as she reminds us who has the power.
Throughout the video, we also continue to see Perrie slay in her flower power inspired attire, Jesy hanging out with her biker squad, and Leigh-Anne making the sidewalk her literal runway with a group of diverse models behind her. The video also features Stormzy who was added to the track for the single release. Although many Mixers weren’t too fond of having a male featured on a track that emphasizes girl power, we think he made a great addition.
And although there are many great moments in the video, our favorite is when the ladies are marching down the street with a large group of people holding rainbow flags, signs advocating for peace, love, and of course girl power. The best part however, is they included the women who are responsible for their confidence and inspiration…THEIR MUMS! Check out the girls walking hand in hand with them for this beautiful moment.
Overall, the video was diverse, inclusive, and we’re glad they showed love to the LGBTQ community since June is Pride Month. We know you want to watch the video again, but before you do that, we have to know your thoughts about the video. Let us know in the comment section below and then click right over here to find out how Perrie Edwards inspired her fans to not be ashamed of their scars. As always, I’m your host Emile Ennis Jr. Thanks for watching and I’ll see you guys very soon.