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28 May 2013, 15:44
The 'How Ya Doin?' four-piece's debut album has stormed the chart on the first day of sales.
Little Mix's bid to crack America if off to a strong start after their debut album shot straight in to number two in the US on its first day of release.
The UK four-piece released first album 'DNA' stateside earlier today (28th May), after their success with debut US single 'Wings' earlier this year, and the record is already riding high on the US iTunes chart.
The deluxe edition of the girls' record 'DNA' is currently at number two, just behind Daft Punk's latest release 'Random Access Memories', while the standard edition of the album is at number eight.
This puts Perrie, Jesy, Jade and Leigh-Anne's first album ahead of releases from the likes of Justin Timberlake, Vampire Weekend and Demi Lovato on the iTunes album download chart in America.
Check out a picture of Little Mix promoting 'DNA' in New Jersey this week below (Credit: Splash):
The 'How Ya Doin?' stars are currently out in the US promoting the album's release, after revealing that One Direction advised them to "be true to who you are" when trying to being their music across the pond.
Little Mix have previously admitted they would love to have their own reality show like The Wanted and The Saturdays that follows their attempts to crack America.