Monthly Archives: September 2009


Saturdays Rochelle ‘gaffa-tapes her t*ts’

Monday, September 21 2009, 15:36 BST

By David Balls, Music Reporter

Saturdays Rochelle 'gaffa-tapes her t*ts'

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Saturdays singer Rochelle Wiseman was reportedly forced to secure her breasts using gaffa tape at a live show in Liverpool last weekend.

The 20-year-old allegedly ordered backstage staff to help with a wardrobe malfunction before performing a headline set at Juice FM’s Big Night Out.

“Just before the Saturdays went on the main stage Rochelle was asking everyone backstage for “t*t tape” to hold her dress up,” a source told DS.

“Rochelle said she brought a lovely new dress but obviously it was just a bit too big for her!

“Everyone was running around like mad flies to try and source some t*t tape. In the end one of the stage crew walked past with some black gaffa tape and Rochelle grabbed it out of his hand!

“She got herself sorted and then went on stage with the the rest of the band to headline the night like a true pro!”

The girlband previously admitted that they had been known to “squeeze each other’s boobs”.

The Saturdays release new single ‘Forever Is Over’ on October 5.

Source: Digitalspy


EXCLUSIVE: The Saturdays: We love Girls Aloud

Posted by CelebGossFirst | Posted in Gossip, Music | Posted on 20-09-2009

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The Saturdays have had a tough week. In the middle of promotion for their new single “Forever Is Over” the girls were reported to have “got nasty” and slagged off Girls Aloud and the Sugababes.

So because we are great people here at The Goss, we decided to ask the girls what they really think of their competition as well as what to expect from their new album.

Here is what the girls had to say before their performance at Juice FM’s Big Night out in Liverpool, UK.

On being better than Girls Aloud:

Rochelle: We didn’t say that, all these people were like ‘Girlbands are quieting down so are you guys going to step up and take over?’ We were like ‘yeah,’ that is all we said we’d like to step up and then people say we are declaring war on other bands.

Frankie: We say yeah ofcourse were ready then we get in trouble for it.”

Una: We’d never come out and say we are better than Girls Aloud, they have been there and done it. Bands like The Sugababes and Girls Aloud are great examples for us.

Frankie: “I mean come on Girls Aloud gave us are break, they let us come on tour with them, we would never say anything bad about the girls.”

On the new album:

Mollie: “It’s still hot but we have all grown up a bit, especially as a group, and we have improved a lot musically so all that together is going to make a pretty hot album.

Frankie: There is going to be a bit of a rocky sound, but there is still going to be a lot of pop songs as well, we are not exactly going heavy metal, that will be the next album!

On Kanye West’s VMA rant:

Vanessa: “I love Kanye but what he did was out of order, he totally stole the girls moment.

Frankie: “I real like Taylor Swift, she has great songs so I was furious.

Rochelle: “He ruined Beyonce’s moment as well.”

The girls were spot on, and sure enough they rocked the night away when they got up on stage. Top girls, and we wish them the best of luck in taking over the world.

Source: Celebrity Gossip First


Work

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Work was the fifth, and final, single from the UK girl group The Saturdays debut album Chasing Lights. It was released on  29th June 2009. The single peaked in the UK Singles chart at number 22. The single was released due to it being a ‘fan favourite’ and although it did chart outside the UK Top 20 many saw that due to the fact the it was the 5th single from an already successful album. It was probably due to be the 4th and final release from Chasing Lights but the girls where given the opportunity to perform the official comic relief single.

Ant & Dec’s Saturday Night Takeaway, 14th March 2009

BBC Radio 1′s Big Weekend, 9th May 2009

GMTV, 18th June 2009

Loose Women, 25th June 2009

T4 Takeover, 28th June 2009

Totally Saturday, 4th July 2009

T4 On The Beach, 19th July 2009

iTunes Festival, 30th July 2009

V Festival, 22nd August 2009

What Goes On Tour…, 14th May 2011


Just Can’t Get Enough 7

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Just Can’t Get Enough was the fourth single from the UK girl group The Saturdays debut album Chasing Lights. The song doesn’t appear on the original album release but it was subsequently included in an re-release. The song also served as the official single to the 2009 Comic Relief appeal. It was released on 1st March  2009. The single peaked in the UK Singles chart at number 2. Although receiving mixed responses the single did well for the charity and has become a firm favourite of the fans on tour.

Let’s Dance For Comic Relief, 21st February 2009

GMTV, 26th February 2009

Sound, 28th February 2009

The Alan Titchmarsh Show, 3rd March 2009

Blue Peter, 11th March 2009

Hear Me Out, 12th March 2009

Album Chart Show, 13th March 2009

Comic Relief, 13th March 2009

BBC Radio 1′s Big Weekend, 9th May 2009

T4 On The Beach: Buried Treasures, 19th July 2009

V Festival, 23rd August 2009

A Diary of The Saturdays: T4 Special, 16th January 2010

Isle Of Wight Festival, 12th June 2010

A Concert For Heroes, 12th September 2010

What Goes On Tour…, 15th May 2011

Headlines Live!, 5th June 2011

TOUR

The Work Tour @ Cardiff, July 2009


Issues

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Issues was the third single from the UK girl group The Saturdays debut album Chasing Lights. It was released on 4th January 2009. The single peaked in the UK Singles chart at number 4. Issues was the first controversial moment for the group, where some people complained about the lyrics in the song. The lyric was subsequently changed for the single release. Issues was one of the songs the girls first performed when they first appeared on TV in June 2008.

Nokia Green Room, June 2008

National Television Awards Backstage, 29th October 2008

GMTV, 22nd December 2008

National Lottery Draws, 24th December 2008

Loose Women, 9th January 2009

The Alan Titchmarsh Show, 16th January 2009

Myths: The Siren’s Call, 17th January 2009

Sound, 17th January 2009

The Month With Miquita, 17th January 2009

BBC Radio 1′s Big Weekend, 9th May 2009

Oxegen Festival, July 2009

V Festival, 22nd August 2009

Biz Sessions, October 2009

MSN Xclusives, October 2009

MTV Sessions, October 2009

A Diary of The Saturdays: T4 Special, 16th January 2010

What Goes On Tour…, 15th May 2011

Headlines Live!, 5th June 2011

TOUR

The Work Tour @ Newcastle, June 2009