Who Anne-Marie & Little Mix Sampled On ‘Kiss My (Uh-Oh)’

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Who Anne-Marie & Little Mix Sampled On ‘Kiss My (Uh-Oh)’

Anne-Marie & Little Mix’s collaboration is everything. Picture: Anne-Marie/YouTube

By Capital FM

Anne-Marie X Little Mix might just be our new favourite collab of all time after the girls dropped ‘Kiss My (Uh-Oh)’.

Anne-Marie has released her second studio album, ‘Therapy’, and it features a track list of bangers as well as some huge collaborations.

The 30-year-old teamed up with Little Mix for ‘Kiss My (Uh-Oh)’ and the Bridesmaids-themed video is as incredible as the summery bop itself.

Little Mix And Anne-Marie’s New Song Kiss My (Uh-Oh) Is Already A TikTok Hit

While pregnant Perrie Edwards and Leigh-Anne Pinnock stayed in the ‘Vegas’ hotel room, Anne-Marie and Jade caused mayhem on a night out, dancing along to the song we know is going to be in our heads for weeks.

And there’s a reason you recognise the tune – it samples ‘Never Leave You’ by Lumidee, a true noughties bop.

Anne-Marie has released new album ‘Therapy’. Picture: Anne-Marie/Instagram

Here’s the lyrics to ‘Kiss My (Uh-Oh’ by Anne-Marie & Little Mix…

Uh oh, uh oh-oh-oh

Don’t wanna hear one more lie

That used to work, but not tonight

And that’s the last time you do me wrong (Ah-ah-ah-ah)

Got my stuff, I’m out the door

Now I’m the one you’re begging for

Don’t know what you got until it’s gone (Ah-ah-ah-ah)

Already know how this goes (Uh oh-oh-oh)

Give you my all, then you ghost (Uh oh)

But when I’m gone you do the most, yeah (Uh oh)

Why you only lo-o-ove me when I’m walkin' away?

Only ever wa-a-ant me when I don’t wanna stay?

Love the feeling, hittin' different

I’m not ever looking back

While I’m leaving, I see you staring

Go ahead boy, you can kiss my

(Uh oh, uh oh) You can kiss my

(Uh oh, uh oh) You can kiss my

The only time I’m in your head

Is when you’re alone up in your bed

Boy, I ain’t the one, you got me wrong (Ah-ah-ah-ah)

Yeah, you send me roses everyday

But I know the game you play

Boy, all you did was make me strong (Ah-ah-ah-ah)

(Uh oh) ‘Cause I already know how this goes

(Uh oh-oh-oh) Give you my all, then you ghost (Give you my all, then you ghost, yeah)

(Uh oh) But when I’m gone you do the most, yeah (Uh oh)

Why you only love me (Love me) when I’m walkin’ away?

Only ever want me, when I don’t wannna stay?

Love the feeling, hittin' different

I’m not ever looking back

While I’m leaving, I see you staring

Go ahead boy (You can kiss my)

(Uh oh) Yeah

(Uh oh) You can kiss my

(Uh oh) Oh

(Uh-oh)

(Uh oh) You can kiss my

Tell me about how you want me back

Baby, you can kiss my (Uh oh)

Go on and on ‘bout the times we had

Baby, you can kiss my (Uh oh)

Tell me about how you want me back

Baby, you can kiss my (Uh oh)

(You can, you can)

Go on and on ‘bout the times we had

Baby, you can kiss my

(Uh oh) (You can kiss my, why you only oh-oh-oh-oh-uh-oh)

Why you only love me when I’m walkin’ away? (Walking away)

Only ever want me (Want me, yeah), when I don’t wanna stay? (I don’t wanna stay)

Love the feeling, hittin’ different

I’m not ever looking back (I’m never looking back)

While I’m leaving, I see you staring

Go ahead boy you can kiss my (Go ahead boy you can kiss my) (Uh-oh)

Ooh (Uh-oh)

You can kiss my (Uh-oh)

Lie, lie, lie, yeah, you can kiss my (Uh-oh)

Yeah, you can kiss my (Oh)

Tell me about how you want me back

Baby, you can kiss my (You can kiss my)

Go on and on ‘bout the times we had (Ha-ha)

Baby, you can kiss my (Yeah, you can kiss my)

You can kiss my

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Anne-Marie and Little Mix’s New Video Is Basically Bridesmaids, but With Versace Robes

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Little Mix and Anne-Marie just released one of the most epic videos we’ve ever seen and, honestly, we’re still in shock. The video is for their collaboration, “Kiss My (Uh Oh)”, which is the latest single from Anne-Marie’s new album, Therapy. The track itself features a familiar sample from ’90s RNB goddess Lumidee, from the single “Never Leave You (Uh Oh)”, and it’s a buzzy pop anthem that’ll stick with us for years to come. Inspired by feelings of freedom and self-empowerment, the song seeks to be this summer’s break-up anthem, and if it was up to us, it definitely would be.

In terms of the video though, it’s Bridesmaids with a hint of sass. It begins with Anne-Marie getting ready to party on the plane for her hen night, with Little Mix sitting firmly in their seats and ready for action, before they head out for a wild adventure. A pregnant Perrie Edwards and Leigh-Anne Pinnock retire to their rooms for the night (in Versace robes, no less), whilst an excited Anne-Marie and Jade Thirlwall then head to a steamy male strip show that does not disappoint . . .

Watch the glorious video for “Kiss My (Uh Oh)” above.

Anne-Marie and Little Mix release the music video for the song Kiss My Uh Oh

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Anne-Marie and Little Mix released the music video for the new song Kiss My Uh Oh on Friday.

The video, which is heavily inspired by the rom-com Bridesmaids, sees Anne-Marie, 30, as the bride-to-be while Perrie Edwards, 28, Leigh-Anne Pinnock, 29, and Jade Thirlwall, 28, are her bridesmaids on a raucous hen do.

Filled with fun and laughter, the video recreates scene from the 2011 movie, which told the story of Annie (Kristen Wiig) who falls out with bridesmaid Helen (Rose Byrne) while acting as Maid of Honour for her childhood friend Lillian (Maya Rudolph).

One to watch: Anne-Marie and Little Mix don Versace robes on a wild hen do and recreate scenes from hit movie Bridesmaids in new music video for Kiss My Uh Oh

The video opens with a recreation of the plane scene, in which the bridesmaids jet to Las Vegas for the hen do.

Jade took on the role of Megan, originally played by Melissa McCarthy, Leigh-Anne played Becca (Ellie Kemper) Perrie was Rita (Wendi McLendon-Covey) and Anne-Marie starred as Annie (Kristen).

The video then moved on to the pair getting ready to go out and party, with the girls clad in Versace robes as they get ready together.

New video: The video opens with a recreation of the plane scene, in which the bridesmaids jet to Las Vegas for the hen do (left: Anne-Marie, right: Kristen Wigg in the film)

Originals: Rita was originally played by Wendi McLendon-Covey (left) while Becca was played by Ellie Kemper (right)

Seeing double: Jade took on the role of Megan, originally played by Melissa McCarthy (right)

One to watch: Bridesmaids told the story of Annie (Kristen) who falls out with bridesmaid Helen (Rose) while acting as Maid of Honour for her childhood friend Lillian (Maya)

In the end pregnant Perrie and Leanne decide to stay at the hotel, while Jade and Anne-Marie are seen partying it up in the club with their entourage, complete with strippers and lots of dancing.

Jade, in this part of the clip, is wearing a thigh skimming black dress with her hair in a pony tail, and Anne-Marie is wearing an equally as leggy white dress, signifying her bride-to-be status.

This much-anticipated collaboration has excited both Anne-Marie and Little Mix fans alike, and the song could well become the break up anthem of the summer

Amazing: The girls all look amazingly glamorous in the video, with Anne-Marie sporting a pink bob with platinum blonde strands at the front

The excitingly chaotic four minute clip is directed by Hannah Lux Davies, whose directing credits include the video for Doja Cat’s Say So and the iconic thanku, next video from Ariana Grande.

The song, which samples the early noughties track Never Leave You (Uh Oh) by Lumidee, is about the liberation which comes from walking away from a toxic relationship.

The track is co-written with Kamille, who has worked with the likes of Little Mix previously.

Hen-do: Anne-Marie is seen partying it up in the club, complete with strippers and lots of dancing

Long awaited: This much-anticipated collaboration has excited both Anne-Marie and Little Mix fans alike, and the song could well become the break up anthem of the summer

The new music video was released on the same day Anne-Marie released her long-awaited new album called Therapy .

Therapy is a collection of fourteen songs which seeks to embody her characterful artistry, self-effacing attitude and beautiful honesty.

Meanwhile, Anne-Marie is set to release her debut book, You Deserve Better, in September.

The book, which will aim to be part-memoir, part practical self-help, will see Anne-Marie drawing on her own experiences to help readers tackle life’s challenges.

Her UK & Ireland ‘Dysfunctional Tour’ will take place throughout May 2022.