Little Mix have said they like their live shows to be "cheeky" but not too raunchy for their younger fans.
The Salute singers - Perrie Edwards, Jesy Nelson, Leigh-Anne Pinnock and Jade Thirlwall - have fans of all ages come to see their shows and so have to make sure they are family friendly.
Perrie said: "We like to get down, we like to be a little bit cheeky and a little bit sexy but never too much, we're never going to gyrate on the ground and hump the floor!"
Jade added: "We've got topless dancers but that's probably as far as it goes."
Jesy chipped in: "We need something for the mums, d'you know what I mean? The mums want to see a topless man."
Leigh-Anne said: "Our style of dancing is more strong and powerful than sexy. Salute is very powerful."
The girls are set to headline at Osborne Summer Concerts, held in the grounds of Osborne House on the Isle of Wight on Saturday July 26.
The band said they hoped to have gained new fans from their festival appearances over the summer.
Leigh-Anne said: "You've got to embrace every second. We love gaining new fans so its nice to perform to people who don't know who we are, because it's good to hopefully impress them and make them fans."