8 January 2013, 09:20
The 'Wings' four-piece admit they would love to front a documentary-style show about their pop career.
Little Mix have admitted they are looking forward to bringing their music to America this year and would "love" to front a reality show like The Saturdays have recently done.
The former X Factor winners are preparing to launch their careers stateside in the coming months, and admit they have aspirations to front a documentary about their pop career so far.
"Australia was brilliant so we'd like to do America next year," band member Leigh-Anne Pinnock told the Daily Star this week. "We'd love to do something like The Saturdays' fly-on-the-wall documentary.
"We'd love an ITV show," the Little Mix star explained. "It would be a dream come true."
Check out a picture of Little Mix out together at an industry event at the end of last year below (Credit: Getty):
At the end of 2012 Jesy Nelson, Leigh-Anne, Jade Thirlwall and Perrie Edwards confirmed their plans to try and crack America over the next twelve months, promising to bring a dose of "girl power" to the US in 2013.