Lauren Jauregui Defends Little Mix's Choice to Go Nude in 'Strip' 'Don't Be Salty'


Lauren Jauregui is talking out on behalf of Little Mix's option to strip down of their new "Strip" music video.

The singer — who's had loads of lady group expertise herself, with Fifth Harmony — voiced her ideas on Twitter Sunday (Nov. 18) after a U.Okay. discuss radio host instructed Little Mix is utilizing nudity as a tactic to "promote themselves" of their "Strip" video, which reveals the 4 bandmates bare however lined in insults written throughout their our bodies.

Julia Hartley-Brewer criticized the group along with her response on Twitter: "'Little Mix strip bare and are scrawled with insults.' Yet once more, younger ladies fake that going bare empowers them. It doesn’t. It’s simply one other low-cost strategy to promote themselves. But I suppose it makes a pleasant change from this group dressing like hookers."

Jauregui retweeted the journalist and left a message that clearly reveals whose facet she's on.

"If your intention is the empowerment of ladies, how about you don’t add your self to the record of misogynists who deem what is suitable sufficient to be 'respectable,'" she wrote. "All types deserve respect. They are not any much less empowered due to their clothes decisions. Don’t be salty they appear [hot]." (Jauregui completed her tweet with a hearth emoji.)

In an Instagram replace earlier this week, Little Mix defined that "Strip" is "about standing proud, and we wrote it to encourage and empower folks to be who they’re."

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