|Origin||Great Britain (The X Factor 2011)|
Little Mix, formerly known as Rhythmix, are a British girl group consisting of Jesy Nelson, Jade Thirlwall, Leigh-Anne Pinnock, and Perrie Edwards.
The group was formed on the eighth season of The X Factor. Under the guidance of Tulisa Contostavlos, the girls became the winners of the show.
Following the win, they were signed to Sony Music subsidiary Syco Music, and Columbia Records in the United States.
Main Article: Auditions
The girls auditioned separately before forming the band.
Main Article: Little Mix on The X Factor
The girls, after changing their original name "Rhythmix" to their new name, "Little Mix", became the first ever band to win The X Factor.
On the show, Tulisa was their mentor.
Little Mix's considered debut single was a cover of Damien Rice's "Cannonball" which shot to #1 in 3 countries.
The song was also performed by the band in the Live Final of The X Factor.
The first single from Little Mix's debut studio album, DNA, was titled "Wings", which entered the UK Singles Chart at #1.
The second single, DNA, reached the #3 spot on the charts, losing out to One Direction's "Little Things" and Bruno Mars's Locked Out Of Heaven.
The Little Mix icon logo is a small-lettered, cursive written "LM" inside a heart shape. The color of the two letters (written in the identified font as Sneaker Script) and the heart itself varies on the perfect color for the album or single covers.
Meanwhile the Logo below is written in the font "Bebas Neue" and contains the own logo of each member.
- Bow tie for Jade
- Radio/Boombox for Jesy
- Cap for Leigh-Anne
- Sun/Flower for Perrie.
Again, the written words "Little Mix", the small member icons, and the box containing all of these also vary in color.
Upon the release of the artwork for "Move", it was revealed that the logo has been changed.