Little Mix reveal new single was originally called 'F**k Me Like You'
Little Mix have revealed that their new single initially had a raunchy title.
The girl group unveiled the track 'Love Me Like You' today (September 25).
However, Jesy Nelson told the Daily Star that they had to censor the original title, which had the word "f*ck" in it.
She said: "'Love Me Like You' was originally 'F**k Me Like You', because that's what the song is about. But we had to censor it because it was too naughty!
"So we changed it to love me. I mean imagine us singing that? The only person who can get away with that is Rihanna!"
Bandmate Perrie Edwards meanwhile said that another song on their upcoming album 'Get Weird' has a raunchy meaning.
She said: "'A.D.I.D.A.S' is the most shocking one I think. It stands for 'All Day I Dream About Sex With You', but it's a 'shush' now.
"Literally when my dad heard it he was like, 'No, girls turn it off.' I said, 'Dad I'm sorry we are going to change it, it's just a demo'."
'Get Weird' will be released on November 6.
Listen to Little Mix's new single below:
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