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The Saturdays are an English-Irish girl group based and formed in London, United Kingdom. The group consists of members Frankie Sandford, Mollie King, Una Healy, Vanessa White and Rochelle Humes. The band was formed through Fascination Records which gave the band an instant record deal with the label as well as a sub-division of Polydor Records. As soon as the contract was finalised, the band went on tour with Girls Aloud during their Tangled Up Tour. The group's music style is pop, however throughout their career they have experimented with contemporary R&B, dance-pop and electropop. In order to create this music, Ina Wroldsen, Steve Mac and Quiz & Larossi have been heavily involved.
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UK girl group The Saturdays has joined forces with First Choice to find the nation’s favourite summer songs from the last decade to create a holiday soundtrack to mark the tenth anniversary of the all-inclusive operator’s Holiday Villages.
The country’s favourite summer anthems will form a ‘poolside playlist’ to be played at First Choice Holiday Villages in Europe and north Africa throughout the summer, and the top 40 tracks will be free to listen to online on music streaming service Spotify.
The girl band is calling on the public to nominate their favourite summer tracks from the last ten years through First Choice’s website, and the girl band members will also be adding their own favourites to the playlist, including Lola’s Theme by Shape Shifters and American Boy by Estelle featuring Kanye West. Luke Gaskins, head of music in First Choice resorts, said: “Music is an integral part of the summer holiday experience. That’s why we’ve teamed up with The Saturdays to create the ultimate summer soundtrack to holiday to this summer.”
In addition the group – Mollie, Vanessa, Una, Rochelle and Frankie – will record their favourite holiday track, which will be released alongside the first single from their forthcoming Greatest Hits album. They will also be filming their new music video this summer on location at First Choice’s Holiday Village in Rhodes.
Frankie Sandford, from the pop group, said: “We’ll hopefully be helping to create some brilliant memories that will make this summer holiday one to remember.”
To add your favourite summer track from the past decade visit firstchoice.co.uk/blog/poolside-playlist
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To celebrate Garnier Ultimate Blends being the beauty partner of the Saturdays tour, we caught up with the famous five to ponder the important things in life. You know – wearing wigs, taming brows, wedding hair – that kinda thing. As you’d expect, each Saturday has unique opinions on what they see as beautiful. Join Cosmo’s conversation with the girls where they share their secrets…
Who would you like to swap hair with for a day between you?
Rochelle: Well I always wear extensions, so Frankie!
Una: I’d like to be Frankie! I’m not brave enough to cut all my hair off but I’d like to see how it would look on me.
Mollie: I’d like to be a brunette. Or maybe a redhead like Una for the day.
Una: I’d try Frankie but I’d like to see if blondes have more fun as well…
Mollie, as the only blonde in the group – do you have more fun?
They do! Totally. These guys are missing out!
Rochelle: In her own little world she does have more fun! She always finds things more fun!
You dressed up as Princess Jasmine for your birthday party Rochelle, how did you do your Disney princess eyes?
Rochelle: I did my own makeup for that.
Una: Did you follow that Instagram I showed you?
Rochelle: Yes! I just did a flick with a black eyeliner with a gold eyeliner next to it on top. I just made it up as I went along. Big lashes.
Una and Frankie we loved your party wigs – any tips for wearing wigs and extensions?
Una: It would have taken me ages to style it like that so it was nice to just put it on, pre-curled. I bought it on Amazon, it was under £20.
Frankie:I spent so long with people telling me not to get long hair again, then everyone was like “I liked your long hair at the party!” I was saying to the girls, I don’t know how they do it. I know a wig’s a bit different but I was so hot and it was getting in my way!
Do you miss having long hair?
I’ve got used to it [short hair].I feel like I look really young with long hair – but I do get jealous of long hair. I enjoy extensions for a little bit and then I feel I need it cut off again.
You’ve all got good brows – what’s the secret?
All: Nilam [Patel, founder of HD Brows]!
Rochelle: She’s looked after us for years. She’s the best.
Vanessa: It’s a seven-step thing, like measure, pluck, dye, wax, tint… If you think you haven’t got much brow she finds it and makes it show.
Rochelle: Basically the dye picks up baby hairs and once she takes it all off you have thicker brows. It’s very clever. She taught us a lot about brows.
Vanessa: None of us really bothered about brows before, but they really shape your face.
Last night, Mollie attended the Gucci And Vanity Fair: The Director Special Screening in London. We added to the gallery high quality photos of Mollie at the event and also leaving later that night. Check out the photos below. She looks beautiful.
The Saturdays continued promo for their new single “Not Giving Up” with a performance and interview on ITV’s This Morning earlier today. We added to the gallery lots of photos from their performance and interview. Check them out below. They all looked and sounded amazing!
We added to the gallery 28 high quality photos of The Saturdays leaving the ITV Studios in London this morning. Rochelle was also seen arriving an hour late at the studios this morning. Check out all the photos below. They look beautiful.
As soon as it was announced that the Saturdays were releasing a greatest hits album, the rumour mill whirred into overdrive. After 17 singles, four albums, seven years, and, perhaps more pertinently, three babies, maybe it was time for Mollie, Frankie and the rest of the girl’s final curtain call. But that’s nonsense say the tight knit five piece group, who claim they’re enjoying it as much as ever.
“It’s the obvious thing I think that everyone instantly thinks of but no, we’re not splitting up, it’s a natural progression for us and it just felt like the right time to release a greatest hits album,” admits Frankie. We’re very privileged to do what we do, we love it, and we’re very lucky to have such supportive fans, so as long as they want us, we’ll be around,” adds Una, and whilst every pop act up and down the land is always quick to praise their fans, having been around for a while now, The Saturdays genuinely appear to have built up quite a fan base.
And those in Nottingham can look forward to a Royal Concert Hall gig in September, a place that the band have fond memories of – particularly Una.
“We performed there on Valentines Day in 2011 and I remember my husband [Ben Foden], who wasn’t my husband at the time, was in the audience and we stopped off in a little Indian restaurant somewhere around there and had a romantic dinner,” explained the 32-year-old Irish star, whilst Frankie cooed in the background. We couldn’t find anywhere that was open but in the end we found one in the city, just behind the Royal Concert Hall I think,” added Una, who despite not remembering the name of the restaurant, clearly had a successful meal – since then both her and Frankie have gone on to marry their sport star partners, England rugby star Foden and former England footballer Wayne Bridge, respectively.
And now they, as well as fellow band member Rochelle Humes, married to former JLS star Marvin, have all had children.
“It’s made us all a bit soppy and soft and it brings a really nice element to the band; we’ve just become one big family and we love that we get to have our careers and have our families too and I think we’re really lucky in that sense, so yeah it’s been lovely,” says Frankie.
It has had them pining for home a little more though, as evidenced by their bittersweet trip to America last year.
“It was really good, it was an amazing experience, but we got so home sick and it’s so nice to be back,” continues Frankie – but that doesn’t mean the door’s closed on the States. It went really well and the opportunity’s there if we want to go back, but we’re going to tour the UK and Ireland now so we’re on hold for a little while before we head back again,” clarifies Una.
There’s clearly a lot going on for the group at the moment, and they’ve even tentatively talked about recording a fifth studioalbum already.