The Saturdays have been doing rather well of late after landing their own E! fly-on-the-wall documentary over in the States and now it seems that fellow Brit girl band Little Mix want a piece of the action.
The X Factor winners have admitted they would love the opportunity to star in their own series in a bid to crack the tricky US market.
Following a promotional tour of Australia, Little Mix told The Daily Star that their next aim would be to crack America.
Leigh-Anne Pinnock told the paper:"Australia was brilliant so we'd like to do America next year.
"We'd love to do something like The Saturdays' fly-on-the-wall documentary."
The Saturdays are back in the states, promoting their TV show. Copyright [Rex]
Failing their plans to film in the US, Leigh-Anne admitted that she and girls would be content with the show being produced in the UK.
She added: "We'd love an ITV show. It would be a dream come true."
Good to see that Little Mix are still loyal to ITV then.
The girls shouldn’t however be so hasty to dismiss their chances in the US.
With Perrie Edwards going out with One Direction member Zayn Malik, the group has already gained great exposure.
Add this to the fact that the girls have also signed a record deal with Columbia in the US and you already have what looks like recipe for success.
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During their first interview Stateside, Little Mix were even described as ‘the female version of One Direction.’
Talking to Twist Magazine about this comparison, Jade Thirwall admitted that she and the girls were overjoyed.
She said: "That's a massive compliment because of how well they've been doing this past year. We'd love to follow in their footsteps and be as successful as they are."
Well you never know Jade, you could very well be.