The Saturdays have a stylist who helps them look ”uniform but individual”, but they would never wear anything they were not happy with.
The Saturdays like to “be involved” with their style.
The ‘Missing You’ hitmakers have a stylist to make sure they have a “uniform” look, but like to make sure they are involved with they way they are presented.
Blonde beauty Mollie King told BANG Showbiz: “We have a stylist but we like to be really involved as well. As individuals we all have our own style. We always have to look, sort of uniformed, but we also want to look individual. It’s just getting the mix right really.”
Fellow member Rochelle Wiseman also revealed the band have different body shapes, which a stylist has to consider when working with them.
She said: “It might not look it all the time but we all have completely different body shapes. What might suit Mollie I would never wear.”
Rochelle recently took to twitter to berate people who call her “fat” because she is a size 10.
She wrote: “I’m really getting annoyed reading that people are calling me fat! I’m a size 10 not 100! I’m human and curvy get over it! It’s boring! I’m just starting to get sick of it!!! No wonder people get a complex!! I think it’s a disgrace!! (sic)”
Source: Contact Music
GIRLS RECKONS PALS ACT CAN TAKE THEM RIGHT TO THE TOP
FLANKED by an entourage of tour managers and assistants, The Saturdays breeze into the building 30 minutes late.
There’s a whirlwind of activity around them as they arrive in the plush oak-panelled dressing room where A-Listed is to meet them.
A cluster of champagne buckets and intricately-organised platters loaded with all kinds of finger food cover the nearby table.
But that’s ignored as they sweep through the door, chirping loudly on their mobile phones and giggling among themselves.
Right now, time is of the essence for The Saturdays.
In fact, their schedule is so hectic that just getting them all to sit in the same corner of one room is a minor miracle of time-management.
The girls – who head to Glasgow’s SECC on Saturday to join Alexandra Burke, Alesha Dixon and JLS on the whopping 18-act bill at In:Demand Live – are on the cusp of VERY big things.
Bring up Girls Aloud with The Saturdays, and they’ll politely but firmly try to steer the conversation elsewhere.
But there’s no doubt that with Cheryl, Nadine, Sarah, Nicola and Kimberley busy doing other things, it’s The Saturdays who look set to take control of the charts and install themselves as Britain’s new No.1 girl group.