Just over a year since they won The X Factor, Little Mix are on their way to superstardom after signing a deal with US record label Columbia, which also houses their Syco labelmates One Direction.
Perhaps inspired by The Saturdays who also inked a deal with Island Def Jam in the US in October, Little Mix will be releasing debut single 'Wings' as their first American release under the same label that looks after One Direction, Adele and Beyonce.
Little Mix are hoping to crack the States with their new US record deal (Will Alexander/WENN.com)
Announcing the news in an interview with US magazine Twist, Jade Thirwall said: "We want to show everybody what we're about and bring out our first single over here."
"'Wings' is the perfect introduction to Little Mix and what we're all about, so we can't wait to show it to everybody in America!"
Jesy Nelson says they chose 'Wings' as their debut single in the States as it boasts an "uplifting message."
"We wanted our first single to be a song that meant something to us, but also meant a lot to our fans," Jesy told the magazine.
"We wanted an uplifting message about believing in yourself, listening to what your mum says (because she's always right!) and just not letting any negativity bring you down."
Since becoming the first group to win The X Factor in 2011, Little Mix have achieved two number one singles and a top five album with their debut record, DNA.
Do Little Mix have what it takes to crack the States? Listen to 'Wings' below...