The ladies of Little Mix appeared on Saturday night’s episode of “The Jonathan Ross Show” to chat about their latest and upcoming accomplishments. The interview was hijacked by high energy, Japanese singing and twerking. Jesy Nelson also defends her horrible Jamaican accent.
Perry Edwards kicks things off by talking about a scary trip to Japan that involved an earthquake. “Me and Jesy are laying in bed, having a little heart to heart,” Perry says. “She thought a man had came into our room and started shaking the bed.” The rest of the ladies chime in with jokes about Leigh-Anne Pinnock Snapchatting her way through the experience. To honor the trip, Little Mix then sang a few bars of “Wings” in Japanese.
They started talking more seriously about their recent book release and how challenging it was to open up about real issues they’ve faced. The serious tone was then interrupted by the show’s host asking the ladies to teach the other guest, Jeremy Clarkson, how to twerk. Leigh-Anne stepped up to the plate and instructed both Jonathan Ross and Jeremy.
The host then brought up a recent interview that asked the band to take on an accent challenge. Jesy recalls her struggle to produce an authentic Jamaican accent, but it wasn’t all her fault. “When we’ve gotten no sleep, we get delirious,” she says. “Someone cut off the Jamaican accent and said that was my Jamaican accent.”
Check out the interview below.
(Photo credit: Little Mix Twitter account)