New Little Mix video might star three Drag Race queens and the group’s mums

Joseph McCormick April 5, 2017
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Little Mix might just be producing a very special music video.

The group’s video of ‘Power’ is rumoured to be starring three RuPaul’s Drag Race queens, as well as the group’s own mums.

A Twitter account @UpdatingLM has been tweeted screenshots of the call lists for the video on Sunday.

New Little Mix video might star three Drag Race queens and the group’s mums

It appears to show that the video will star the group’s mums, Perrie’s mum Debbie Hogg, Leigh-Ann’s mum Debbie Pinnock, Jade’s mum Norma Badwi and Jesy’s mum Jan Nelson.

It also appears to show that William Belli, Shane Jenek and Justin Honard, all Drag Race stars, will also be present.

They are better known as Willam, Courtney Act and Alaska Thunderf*ck 5000.

While the rumours are unverified, Courtney Act did upload a video of herself with Power playing in the background, as well as a picture of herself with similar styled hair and makeup as Willam.

If the pictures and videos are to go by, a generic ‘Gay Bar’ will be the setting for the video.

The band last month dedicated one of its songs to the LGBT community.

The record-breaking girl group, which has five number ones to its name, made the announcement during a performance in Kansas City, in Missouri, this weekend.

The band performed its track Secret Love Song in the name of all its LGBT fans.

Posting on Instagram after the gig, bandmate Jade Thirlwall wrote: “Secret Love Song meant more than usual tonight.

“To our LGBT fans…please don’t ever be afraid to be who you are”.

Meanwhile, RuPaul’s Drag Race star Adore Delano is suing for millions of dollars.

Del Rio last week hit out at Republican Candace Cameron Bure calling her “homophobic” after she posted a picture wearing a branded shirt.

Fellow Drag Race star Gian Gunn also last week out as trans to help celebrate transgender visibility day.

New Little Mix video might star three Drag Race queens and the group’s mums

The show got its biggest ever ratings as it returned for season nine, partly due to Lady Gaga making an appearance.

The show’s host RuPaul recently hit out at female bachelorette parties who head to gay clubs for their festivities.

He also received homophobic abuse after revealing he is married to his partner of more than two decades.

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