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21 April 2013, 08:56 | Updated: 21 April 2013, 09:00
The 'Wings' four-piece say they just feel like "normal people" despite their success over the past year.
Little Mix say that despite all of their fame, since winning The X Factor UK back in 2011, they still don't feel like pop stars.
The 'DNA' singers, who have scored string of chart hits from their debut album, opened up about fame this week and say the thought of having a large fan base is still quite strange.
"I think the craziest part is having a fan base, having these fans that are so interested in how you dress and how you sing," band member Perrie Edwards told Perez Hilton.
"I just find it weird that they are fans, because we just feel like normal people," Jesy Nelson explained. "I'm like, 'Huh, you're a fan of me?'
"We don't feel like pop stars at all," she added.
Jesy went on to tease that the band still have lofty ambitions for their career and want to make sure their debut album becomes a hit all around the world.
"Hopefully in the next few months our album would be number one," she added, regarding the US release of 'DNA' on 28th May. "We just want to take over the world basically."
Check out a picture of Little Mix at a recent promotional event below (Credit: PA):
Earlier this week it was also widely reported that Little Mix's single 'Wings' will be featured on the upcoming season finale of US comedy Glee, performed by cast member Jessica Sanchez, with the girls telling Capital they are "so excited" to see how the performance pans out.
Little Mix are also back in the recording studio at present working on songs for their second studio album.