Georgia Kousoulou took part in an advert for Everything £5 [Everything5Pounds.com]
The TOWIE favourite was ridiculed over the clip, which saw her pose in a series of outfits, while telling viewers everything was £5.
But Tommy Mallet’s girlfriend was left upset after realising Little Mix had made a parody of the advert online.
In a video posted on the band’s Instagram page, Leigh-Anne Pinnock could be seen copying the promotion for their 7.7million followers.
Leigh-Anne Pinnock mocked Georgia Kousoulou over her infamous advert [Little Mix/Instagram]
Georgia wasn’t too happy with the clip, which has been viewed more than 420k times so far.
“I’m shocked and upset to see you have used your social media to made a video mocking the advert I did,” she commented underneath the post.
“I’m honestly shocked to see this… I have always been a fan of Little Mix & part of that is because you always talk about ‘empowering women’ not mocking them & bringing them down.
Georgia Kousoulou lashed out at Little Mix over the video [Little Mix/Instagram]
“You are the last group of girls I would have ever imagined mocking a girl for trying to make a living.”
And some rushed to condemn the X Factor winners, including Perrie Edwards, Jade Thirlwall and Jesy Nelson – who enjoyed a brief fling with Georgia’s pal Chris Clark – over their behaviour.
“Shocking that @littlemix and their management think it’s ok to ridicule Georgia in this way, and not take this nasty video down,” an unimpressed fan wrote. “Particularly when @georgiakousoulou has stated several times that she is upset by it!
Georgia Kousoulou’s advert for the website went viral[Everything5Pounds.com]
“Call yourself role models and you like to empower women? Shocking behaviour! Hypocrites! And all you fans who are condoning this are just as bad! If it was the other way round and Georgia was ridiculing them, you wouldn’t think it was a joke or a parody then.”
Another replied: “Really disappointed to see that these so called ‘role models’ are mocking other women! @georgiakousoulou you are an amazing women who always has your girls backs, @littlemix should be ashamed!”
“If your idea of funny is taking the mick out of other girls then you’re not the role models you think you are,” a third said.
Little Mix were attacked over their clip[Wenn]
However, others were quick to defend the Power singers over their upload,
“You guys are awesome and funny in your many different ways!! Love you girls,” one wrote.
“God why do people need to be so sensitive, this is call a joke… Damn,” an Instagram user posted.
Little Mix fans defended their joke video[Wenn]
While a third added: “TF is wrong with people on social media, everyone too sensitive, what people can’t take the p**s out of people just as banter.
“There was no bullying involved just pure banter.”