Little Mix throw a sexy slumber party in new music video Hair - 5 things we loved about it

Little Mix have released the official video for their new single Hair, taken from their latest album Get Weird, and featuring Sean Paul on the remix.

In the video for the upbeat dance track, Perrie Edwards, Jesy Nelson, Leigh-Anne Pinnock and Jade Thirlwall all look ultra-glam in skimpy negligees and silk pyjamas.

Under the direction of Canadian maestro Director X, Hair sees the girls get together to cheer up Leigh-Anne who’s miserable about her player boyfriend, who is played by Sean Paul.

Hair is the fourth single taken from Little Mix’s third studio album, after number one smash hit Black Magic, Secret Love Song and Love Me Like You.

Little Mix at the Brit Awards (Ian West/PA)
On its release in September last year, it originally peaked at number 35 on the UK Singles Chart, but the remix is bound to climb higher.

Here are five things we learned while watching the video.

1. The girls’ hair is fab

Little Mix in the video for Hair (YouTube/Screengrab/Vevo)

2. Sean Paul looks cool on a mobile

Sean Paul in Little Mix’s video (YouTube/Screengrab/Vevo)

3. Their pizza delivery guy dresses like a model

Little Mix in the video for the remix of Hair (YouTube/Screengrab/Vevo)

4. Little Mix up the ante on hairbrush singing

Little Mix in Hair (YouTube/Screengrab/Vevo)

5. Little Mix throw the best slumber parties

Little Mix in their new video (YouTube/Screengrab/Vevo)

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