Daily Archives: February 20, 2010

The Saturdays Dress Down

The Saturdays dress down in breast-printed t-shirts for Fashion for Relief Haiti…

The Saturdays ditched their usual look and dressed down for the event.

We’re used to seeing the girls towering above us in heels and mini-skirts, but they went casual in Vivienne Westwood tops.

However, we had a bit of a flashback with the printed breasts.

Vanessa said she was “mortified” when her top went see-through after the Brits last week, Two days later, she’s still not abreast of the situation…


Una Helps The Focus turn from Brits to Meteors

It has been all about The Brits this week and of course, it was celebrating a big anniversary.

However, the Brits is not the only awards show in town and the Irish music industry has stepped forward to get their moment in the sun.

There is an anniversary going on at the Ireland Music Awards this evening as it celebrates its tenth year.

There are a number of live performances with Florence and the Machine, Paulo Nutini, Westlife, The Script, Bell X1, Pixie Lott and Temper Trap all scheduled to play.

Pop stars in Britain have been excited by London Fashion week but it appears that Una Healy, the Irish singer of the Saturdays is more than excited about her appearance presenting at the awards.

The presentation is an important aspect but as you would expect, the dress is the thing that has caught Una’s imagination, as she twittered..

Haha, you can take the girl out of Ireland but you can’t take the Irish out of the girl.

It seems to be non stop for The Saturdays at the moment but getting back home is always a treat and the opportunity to be involved with an event like this is too good to turn down.

Perhaps over time, Una and the girls will be able to pick up the awards as opposed to hand them out but you have to start somewhere!

Source:Pop Land

“We’ve Had A lot Of Luck

The Saturdays have claimed that they have had “a lot of luck” with their music career so far.

The group, who have enjoyed two Top 10 albums Chasing Lights and Wordshaker, insisted that they have also worked hard to get to where they are today.

“Obviously everyone in the entertainment business has a certain amount of luck and we work with really fabulous people – we’ve got a great record label and management,” Una Healy said in an interview with The Mayfair Hotel in London.

“We do work really hard, you can be as good as you want to be but if you don’t want want to get up out of bed no one is going to see you,” Rochelle Wiseman added.

“We never profess to be the best singers, but we really love what we do and make sure we work hard and do everything we can to make sure we’re out there.”

The five-piece confirmed that they plan to promote their music in Asia, Europe and America in the coming year.

Source:Digital Spy