Little Mix is mixing it up for London Pride.
The popular British girl group faces off with drag versions of themselves in a second music video for their hit single “Bounce Back.” These four doppelgängers, who call themselves Dirty Trix, are actually queens from Sink the Pink, a queer U.K. performance collective.
The new video also promotes akt (formerly Albert Kennedy Trust), a British charity supporting homeless LGBTQ youth.
Little Mix vs Dirty Trix Celebrating #Pride with our faves @SinkThePinkLDN ❤️ Visit @aktcharity to help support a cause so close to our hearts! Watch right now on @YouTube https://t.co/LzpVtWFqqY pic.twitter.com/BDmMZkq8AY
— Little Mix (@LittleMix) July 5, 2019
The Little Mix ladies are longtime LGBTQ allies, even dedicating their track “Secret Love Song” to the LGBTQ community.
The X-Factor-winning foursome also loves them some RuPaul’s Drag Race. They featured Alaska, Willam, and Courtney Act in their 2017 “Power” video.
It was recently confirmed that Little Mix member Jade Thirlwall will be a special guest judge on RuPaul’s Drag Race U.K., premiering later this year on BBC Three. “I love absolutely everything about drag,” she said in a statement. “I just wish in my next life I can be a drag queen.”
Opulence! She! Is! EVERYTHING!
We can confirm that @LittleMix’s Jade Thirlwall will be a judge on @bbcthree’s #DragRaceUK coming to iPlayer very soon! pic.twitter.com/HzuYE7FLdv
— RuPaul’s Drag Race UK (@dragraceukbbc) July 3, 2019
Thirlwall, who threw a drag-themed birthday extravaganza benefiting Stonewall UK in 2017, once clapped back on social media at a fan who insulted RuPaul.
Five Sink the Pink queens recently appeared in a second music video for Pink’s “Walk Me Home.”
Watch both “Bounce Back” videos below.