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