Archive for July 19, 2010
I’ve added 6 images of Rochelle leaving the 4Music studios the 14th of July. I already posted a few of Mollie to the same album!
After a little research I found pictures of all the Sats leaving the studio that day!
you can find all the 24 images HERE
Just sitting here working on my straight vs texture piece, when this picture of the Saturdays backstage at the Midlands Music Festival appeared. I think it’s clear to see which side of the fence they’re on – they must have an army of stylists poised with curling tongs at all times!
It’s becoming increasingly apparent to me that even though the catwalk is having a love affair with straight, it’s going to take a world for the trend to catch on in the wider world…
Issy will add pictures of this event later
ITV2 signed them up to go head-to-head with Jordan, who quit the channel for Living TV.
Each 60-minute show will follow Rochelle, Vanessa, Una, Mollie and Frankie and see them “burst into song” – like The Monkees did in the 1960s.
The documentary, called Just Can’t Get Enough after one of their hits, is set for a 9pm Thursday slot in the autumn.
ITV2 said: “We’ll be with them in their dressing rooms, at home and on the red carpets.
“And in each episode the girls will burst into song to perform their latest hits.”
US band The Monkees made two series between 1966 and 1968 and became famous for their Hey, Hey, We’re The Monkees theme tune.
Jordan – real name Katie Price – has signed a deal with Living TV thought to be worth 5million.
She will defect in November.
Every lad in the room had his eye on her… but Mollie King only had eyes for one man – pet pooch, Alfie.
The Saturdays singer partied in the Mahiki tent at the polo in Surrey on Saturday, cheering Prince Harry on the field.
We’re told: “She had Alfie under her arm virtually the entire day. No man stood a chance.” Ruff luck, boys.
We just love Frankie Sandford’s nicely nude make-up that’s so on trend right now. Here’s how to get her gorgeous look yourself!
Frankie Sandford from The Saturdays – she looks pretty perfect to us!
Frankie’s skin looks flawless yet glowing. For the most natural finish skip foundation and just apply a little concealer where you need it.
Frankie is a big fan of MAC Select Cover Up Concealer, £12.50, which is a creamy concealer that covers everything – a little goes a long way!