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7 November 2012, 08:08
The 'DNA' stars have hit out at online trolls and say it is "disgusting" to be so malicious to people.
Little Mix have hit out at online bullies and say there "definitely" should be something done about people that bully others on the Internet and think there are no repercussions.
The 'Wings' four-piece admit to receiving abuse themselves on sites like Twitter and Facebook, and say they don't understand how people can be so "awful" and "evil" to someone they have never met.
"It is awful isn't it? I mean, it is bullying at the end of the day," Jade Thirlwall revealed exclusively to Capital FM. "It obviously makes them feel better by doing it. Because they don't think they are ever going to meet you or see you.
"I really think those people have just go no life whatsoever, to be able to have time in their day to sit there and be nasty about people when you don't even know them," Jade's bandmate Jesy Nelson added. "I just think it's disgusting.
Little Mix's Leigh-Anne Pinnock said she doesn't understand how "people can actually be evil", while Jade went on to say just simply have to put the negative comments behind you and move on.
"You get it all the time and you've just got to remember that there's like a percentage of people like that, but then there's double, three times, ten times the amount of nicer people that are always saying nice stuff about you," Jade added.
Last weekend it was announced that Little Mix will join the likes of Bruno Mars, One Direction and JLS on the line-up of day one of the Capital FM Jingle Bell Ball 2012, which takes place on 8th and 9th December.
Watch Little Mix talking to Capital FM about Twitter trolls below:
Little Mix will release their debut album 'DNA' on 19th November.