Thursday, May 9th 2013
The Saturdays may have two babies on board, but that hasn’t stopped the fierce fivesome from releasing a new single — ‘Gentleman’.
Still “Pop”, the Funk flavoured cut presents a marked musical shift for the group, who’ve found most success with their dancier numbers.
Will this sound risk pay off for Rochelle, Vanessa, Una, Mollie, and Frankie? You decide after the jump…
Saturday, May 4th 2013
Brit-Pop belles The Saturdays made many a headline this week following news that yet another member is expecting a child (see: Frankie Sandford).
The revelation was a bittersweet one for fans, who – fresh off celebrating the group’s first #1 single ‘What About Us‘- were anticipating their new album.
Keen to dispel any doubt about the band’s future, today saw the ladies tease their latest single ‘Gentleman’ on Twitter.
Little is known about the cut beyond the fact that it’ll receive its full premiere next week. Take a listen below…
Sunday, March 24th 2013
They’ve done it.
After five years and countless top tens, The Saturdays have nabbed their first ever #1 single with their latest effort ‘What About Us’. And on the week fellow Brit-Pop group Girls Aloud announced their split. Fairytale much?
Full story below…
Monday, March 11th 2013
They have 99 problems, but babies ain’t one!
The Saturdays, including pregnant member Rochelle Wiseman, stopped by The Wendy Williams Show today to promote US debut ‘What About Us‘.
How did the Brit-Pop belles fare? Find out after the jump…
Friday, January 25th 2013
After delivering impressive ratings with the two-night premiere of their E! reality show Chasing The Saturdays, Brit-Pop belle’s The Saturdays aren’t resting on their laurels just yet.
The ladies are still hot on the promotional trail, this week stopping by ‘The Jeff Probst Show’ to perform an acoustic version of the first Stateside single ‘What About Us’.
How did they fare? The answer awaits after the jump…
Tuesday, January 15th 2013
British starlets The Saturdays are gearing up for the launch of their E! reality series ‘Chasing The Saturdays’ – which premieres this Sunday. And so as to warm up the American audience to their sassy brand of Brit-Pop, the ladies performed on The Tonight Show With Jay Leno yesterday.
How did they fare on the episode, which also saw Nicki Minaj guest? Watch their performance of US debut ‘What About Us’ below to find out!
Monday, January 14th 2013
Brit stars The Saturdays may be making a beeline for the US charts with new E! show ‘Chasing The Saturdays’, but the ladies haven’t forgotten their UK roots.
Details the group’s new American and British albums below…
Friday, January 11th 2013
With the debut of The Saturdays’ new E! reality show ‘Chasing The Saturdays’ drawing nearer, no time seems better than the present to unwrap the video for ‘What About Us’ – the group’s first US single.
Shot in Downtown Los Angeles, the visual introduces the Brit-Pop belle’s Rochelle, Vanessa, Una, Frankie, and Mollie to the American audience ahead of next week’s two-night premiere of their series (starting January 20th).
Having notched up an impressive eleven top 10 singles on home soil, can the ladies enjoy similar success Stateside? The first trace of an answer awaits below…
Thursday, December 13th 2012
Brit-Pop belle’s The Saturdays are making a beeline for the US charts with their Stateside debut ‘What About Us’.
Set for release in January, the track (and their American campaign moreover) is being propped up by a fly-on-the-wall reality show ‘Chasing The Saturdays’ - which begins airing on E! (America) on January 20th.
For those not (yet) in the know, the group are one of the UK’s most successful female collectives in recent years. And while this is more “by default” (as there simply aren’t m/any active girl groups on the scene), it’s a fact nonetheless. Indeed, since strutting into the Pop arena in 2008, The Saturdays have racked up an impressive eleven top 10 singles on the Official UK Singles Chart.
Do Vanessa, Una, Rochelle, and co have what it takes to replicate such success in the US? The first semblance of an answer awaits below…