For a spell that can't be broken, one drop should be enough

By Amanda Michelle Steiner
Updated November 04, 2015 at 11:41 PM EST
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As Little Mix continue their Get Weird press blitz, the U.K.-based girl group dropped by The Ellen DeGeneres Show on Wednesday to perform “Black Magic,” their highest-charting U.S. single to date.

The Alice in Wonderland-inspired routine from Perrie Edwards, Jesy Nelson, Leigh-Anne Pinnock, and Jade Thirlwall had everything: A “Drink Me” sign, overlarge red mushrooms, and the use of their secret potion-entranced male dancers — referred to as Mix Men — as sexy fireman’s poles.

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A more ’80s-pop-influenced record than their previous outings, Get Weird is available for pre-order now and available everywhere Friday — stand-outs include “Hair” and “Grown,” which were released as promotional singles earlier this fall.

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