LITTLE Mix's Jade Thirwall has got so cross with her bandmates in the past that she's stormed off "in a huff".

The songstress, 27, admitted things got heated between the Little Mix members while they filmed their talent competition, Little Mix: The Search.

The show which launches on the BBC this Saturday, will see the four singers act as mentors as they put together a boyband – the winners will get to tour with Little Mix in the future.

But Jade occasionally bumped heads with her bandmates – Perrie Edwards, Leigh-Anne Pinnock and Jesy Nelson – about which talented singers they should choose.

While Leigh-Anne admitted, they "all have different tastes in music, so we were bound to disagree", Jesy said it didn't "surprise" her they didn't see eye to eye but they "never rowed" about it.

But Jade took it one step further telling New magazine, "maybe I went off in a huff a couple of times."

She added: "It's inevitable that we're not always going to agree about certain people, but we all respect each other's opinion."

The girls can agree on the fact that their show will be far more "authentic" than X Factor, the talent show that shot them to fame.

The girl band won the telly contest in 2011, becoming the first group to do so, but took a swipe at the show that brought them fame.

They believe X Factor had "lost its authenticity" and people stopped tuning in because it was too "scripted".

Jade explained: “I think the problem is when it’s like a script. When they’re like, ‘This is going to be a sob story,’ then they’ll stop the song halfway through and ask if they have something else."

"We got so used to seeing that, it lost its authenticity. The minute it doesn’t seem real, you switch off.

"How am I meant to believe in it any more? I could literally write it myself and tell you what’s coming next.”

The girl group, who left Cowell's Syco Music for the RCA in 2018, are launching their own talent show – Little Mix: The Search – on the BBC this Saturday.

They promised their show would be a “new dawn of reality TV where authenticity is key” but insisted there was no "personal vendetta" against their former mentor.

“I think with Simon it's all fun and games. We've got no personal vendetta against him,” Jade told Radio Times.

“We moved on and, to be fair, over the years we didn't actually see him that much. We're not ones to hold grudges.”

But Perrie added: “The best revenge is success."

The Bafta-award winning Jesy who made a documentary about bullying also opened up about how The Search would look after its contestants' mental health.

"We never had anyone check on us (on X Factor) to see how we were doing mentally, it was all just go, go, go," she said.

Leigh-Anne agreed:  "I wish there was a lot more help."

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