27 February 2013, 14:24
The 'DNA' stars are preparing to launch their careers in the US later this year.
Little Mix have admitted they can't wait to launch themselves in America and are excited about releasing 'Wings' stateside as their first single.
The 'Change Your Life' four-piece, who arrived with their UK debut 'DNA' last year, are set to try and follow One Direction and Ed Sheeran's success in the US later this year.
"It's not daunting, it's exciting!" Leigh-Anne Pinnock told Billboard, about the band's potential in America. "It's always been our dream from the start, we always said we wanted to be international, so we're just going to work out bones off and hopefully it works out for us.
"It seemed like the introduction to Little Mix," Perrie Edwards added, regarding the group's decision to release 'Wings' as their first stateside single. "It gets our individual personalities across, and it's got a really good message, which we want th fans to have."
Check out a picture of Little Mix on the red carpet at the BRITs 2013 below (Credit: PA):
The 'DNA' stars also said close friends One Direction had been open and willing to give the four girls advice about their mission to conquer the US.
"The 1D boys have been really supportive," Jesy Nelson added. "They basically told us to go over and be ourselves.
"There's nothing more you can do, you just gotta try your best and hope for the best."
Little Mix are set to release their debut album 'DNA' in America this summer.