The singer -- who's had plenty of girl group experience herself, with Fifth Harmony -- voiced her thoughts on Twitter Sunday (Nov. 18) after a U.K. talk radio host suggested Little Mix is using nudity as a tactic to "sell themselves" in their "Strip" video, which shows the four bandmates naked but covered in insults written across their bodies.
Julia Hartley-Brewer criticized the group with her reaction on Twitter: "'Little Mix strip naked and are scrawled with insults.' Yet again, young women pretend that going naked empowers them. It doesn’t. It’s just another cheap way to sell themselves. But I suppose it makes a nice change from this group dressing like hookers."