Guess What America?! You're Missing Out, Big Time, On Little Mix

Guess What America?! You're Missing Out, Big Time, On Little Mix

"Who got the Power?"
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Hello fellow Americans, we need to have a talk!


I know that there are a lot of great musicians out there to be obsessed with like Ariana Grande, Justin Bieber, Harry Styles...


...But guys I need to know....


WHY ISN'T LITTLE MIX MORE POPULAR IN THE U.S.A?!!

Guys, they won "The X Factor UK"!

(As the first group to win ever!)



They have genuinely amazing voices!



Look at this talent! Their voices, the choreography, the costumes!


(Guys, this is live!)


Here's a little introduction to each member of the group: Perrie is such a babe with her vocals.


(Like, I'm shook!)


Jesy's beatboxing is amazing! (She's also super sassy!)

We are obsessed with Leigh-Anne and her fierceness!



And Jade is such a Queen!



Just enough sweet and sassy to be considered the best thing since the Spice Girls.

And BLASTING with Girl Power!! Check out one of my favorite music videos:


They are so humble and hilarious!



And they are so cute to each other *squeals*


They are crazy diverse! They are full of mixed culture including African American, Yemeni, and Egyptian.


And are all about spending the love (and body positivity!).


With their unique songs for literally every emotion


(girl power song)

(pump-up song)

(breakup song)

(slow song)


And their incredible friendship

You're seriously missing out, America.


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11 Things You Understand If You Hate Physical Contact

Please keep your hands and feet away from me at all times.
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We currently live in a world where EVERYONE LIKES TO TOUCH EACH OTHER. People enjoy hugs, high fives, tapping others on the shoulder, pokes, ect. For someone like you and me (I'm assuming you too since you clicked on this article), this is the WORST thing in the world. Whenever I think of someone touching me (even just a poke) without my permission my reaction is like Sofia Vergara in Modern Family.

I mean, when I take that love languages quiz, physical touch is always on the bottom of my preferences. So I thought to my self, you know I can't be the only person in the world that hates physical touching. So here are 11 things every person who hates physical touch will understand:


1. When people tickle you

I don't care that it's just for fun and jokes; I'm not laughing because I want to, you are literally forcing me to laugh. I hate you, get your greasy hands off of me before I make you get them off of me.


2. When people think they need to tap your shoulder to get your attention

As if simply saying "Hey" followed by my name wasn't enough. I don't need your grubby little fingers touching me. Now I'm annoyed with you before this conversation even started, what do you want?


3. When someone you barely know reaches in for a hug

I don't know who the heck you're thinking you're about to hug because it sure isn't going to be me. Hugs are reserved for people I know well and like, not you. Okay release me now, I am not enjoying this. LET ME GO.


4. When people tell you that you aren't an affectionate person

Are you aware there are ways to show my affection without constantly being all over you like a koala bear? Yes, I'm affectionate, hop off.


5. When someone is in your personal space

We could be best friends, we could be complete strangers. We could be lovers, I could hate your guts. We could be in private, we could be in public. I don't care what the situation is, if you're in my personal space uninvited GET OUT. There is no reason to be so close to me unwarranted.


6. You don't know how to comfort people

When you see an upset loved one, most people think they you should comfort then by pulling them into a long lasting hug. But, that's the kind of things that your nightmares are literally made out of. So, you stand there confused how you should comfort your friend/relative while also not sacrificing your touch moral code.


7. When people say you "look like you could use a hug"

Um no. I never could use one, get off of me. I will let you know when I want one.


8. When you're hugging someone wondering how soon you can release

Please end my suffering.


9. When you arrive at a social gathering and people rush to greet you with hugs

Let's not.

10. When you try to leave a social gathering by just waving to get out of goodbye hugs

Please no one make me hug you.


11. That one person who is allowed to hug you/touch you

This person, typically a significant other or best friend, gets to break all the "no touch" rules and we gladly accept their hugs and cuddles and public displays of affection. But only them, no one can copy them.

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Once On This Island

This show is the greatest!

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If it was not obvious at this point, I love Broadway shows. Although I don't go as often as I would like, the days I do go are easily my favorite. I love spending the day in the city, be it with my family or friends, grab some dinner at a restaurant and spend the evening watching insanely talented people sing their hearts out. Nothing can top the feeling of immersing yourself in the show and getting lost in the tale.

I can see why Once on This Island won best Musical Revival at the Tony's. From the moment it started until the moment it ended, I was completely captivated. The entire theater was decorated and artfully integrated into the show itself. Characters would run up and down the stairs, sing to audience members and build off their reactions. It was a wonderful in-the-round experience that I have fallen in love with.

The entire cast are total triple threats with amazing dance and musical numbers with touching acting and dialogue in-between. They were superb and wonderful to meet and talk to after the show.

It was the perfect mix of everything you would want a great Broadway show to be and more. The music was rhythmic and hypnotic and relayed the story beautifully.

The characters were real and easy to relate to; their relationships and their obstacles were relayed in a touching way and kept your attention for every moment. The show was the perfect blend of comedy, drama and adventure.

The Gods' characters made the story that much more interesting and provided excellent dialogue and musical numbers to an already wonderful show.

One of the many points the showed touch upon was the human heart and although people may come from different backgrounds or walks of life with different experiences, when you boil it down at the end of the day, we're all just human. That message was articulated beautifully and the show has definitely left an impact that I will carry with me as I go through life.

I think everyone could learn a thing or two from this show and its messages. Despite the obstacles that the character's faced they faced it with optimism and positive which was really inspiration and put things into perspective as far as I was concerned.

Honestly, I did not know much about this show before watching it. But last Thanksgiving, I watched them perform at the parade and fell in love. I knew at that moment that I had to see this show no matter what.

I was not disappointed at all, it was everything I expected it to be and more. Even two days later, I've been playing it over in my mind and would definitely go see it again. I could not stop myself from going home and telling my parents everything that happened during the show as well as my interactions with the cast in an effort to get them to want to go and maybe take with them so I can see it again (hint hint, Mom and Dad).

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