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The girls chat to Ents24

The lovely girls of @TheSaturdays chat to Ents24 about their arena tour which went on general sale today (see previous posts for more information)

After a sellout tour earlier this year and with the highly anticipated release of their new album this autumn, FrankieMollieUnaVanessa and Rochelle have announced their biggest tour to date, a massive 11-date arena tour entitled the All Fired Up Tour.

On the tour, Una proclaimed, “We still have our pop edge, but this time around we’ve taken things a bit more dancey.” with Frankie adding: “And we want to reflect that in our live show. We want it to be like one big giant party. The best night out you can have this December!”

The tour will kick off in Bournemouth on Friday 2nd December and will finish with a climatic show at Wembley Arena on Friday 16th December – a great way to treat the kids to an early Christmas present.

You can listen to the interview on Soundcloud below:
[The-Saturdays.Co.Uk] Ents24-com Exclusive Interview With The Saturdays by

The Saturdays talk Singing and Style

The only way is Up for The Saturdays as they sore Higher up the charts and in our style estimations. Jenna Fordie chats to Mollie and Una from the country’s biggest girl band on everthing from their arena tour later in the year to their fave accessories.

After the success of their last tour, the girls cannot wait to start their first ever arena tour scheduled for December entitled the Fired Up Tour. Once again Frankie, Mollie, Rochelle, Una and Vanessa will take to the stage with some fresh new ideas with sounds and style and plenty to show their fans.

Mollie tells FemaleFirst: “Well it’s our first ever arena tour so it’s really exciting for us and its going to be in December which we’re especially excited about because everyone going to be in the party mood with Christmas.”

As well as getting their fans in the party mood, the girls have no intention of being a disappointment.

e want it to be the best; so bigger and lots of costume changes, sparkles and dancers. It’s an arena so we’re forced to go all out for production,” Una adds.

Despite some of the diffculties about touring, Mollie and Una feel this is their favourite aspect to being in the band. For them, seeing all the other artists and cities is amazing.

As well as their next album, to be released in November, the Saturdayscannot wait to strut their style on stage. They want plenty of sparkle and especially with this being in such big spaces Mollie believes that “more is more” for their outfits. Expect to see plenty of bright, block colours and definite sparkle and glitter!

Although The Saturdays may not see it, they have quickly become some of the country’s top style icons. Both on and off stage they have a presence in fashion that thousands of girls up and down the country are copying.

Their video for new single Notorious features the sensational summer trend of bold, block colouring.

Una says: “We mix it up a lot. Colour has always been a big part of it, bold, block colours. For one video one of us might be wearing red and then green you know, we don’t stick to anything or any particular colour, we like to mix it around.

“We work very closely with our stylist and we try on loads of different outfits. He knows what works best for us, but we have a huge say as well, we’re always very much a big part of that. Fashion is a huge thing for us.”

Just like you and me, celebs have their favourite clothes and accessories they like to wear and its no different for Mollie who has a little brown bag she admits laughing would “probably wear it in the shower.”

When asked if they feel the pressure to look great all the time, both girls admit that it can be tough when you’re being photographed all the time.

Mollie says: “I think it is funny because there was an actual article about me in a magazine the other day that said ‘oh Mollie recycles her clothes loads’ and I thought you know what I actually don’t I just wear them a normal amount.”

That said, there is no doubt that the girls look fab in every photo and every video but they still have to shop for the latest trends and styles just like you and me. As much as they enjoy donning on the designers for the red carpets, the highstreet remains their first love.

“Even if we’re very busy, we like to shop online like at Asos, that’s great because you’ve got all the brands in there and you can shop around…you can spend hours on there looking at stuff.” adds Una.

Well that’s something you and I have in common then Una!

Source: Female First

‘All Fired Up’ Arena Tour Confirmed

@TheSaturdays ‘All Fired Up’ December Arena tour has had its official announcement, the dates are the same as those released by CapitalFM on Friday evening, an promotional video has also been released:


Tickets go on general sale this Friday at 9am, those who have signed up for the mailer will have received a pre-sale code for the tour this morning. ‘All Fired Up’ is a new song from the girls new album written(and/or) produced by Space Cowboy and Xenomania.

Friday 2nd December –                 Bournemouth BIC
Saturday 3rd December –             Liverpool Echo Arena
Monday 5th December –              Cardiff Arena
Tuesday 6th December –              Brighton Centre
Thursday 8th December –             Birmingham LG  Arena
Friday 9th December –                   Manchester MEN Arena
Saturday 10th December –           Newcastle Arena
Monday 12th December –            Nottingham Arena
Tuesday 13th December –            Glasgow SECC Hall 4
Thursday 15th December –          Sheffield Arena
Friday 16th December –               London Wembley Arena

Sorry for the lack of updates decently, I’m currently off-work with a ‘flu type bug and a sinus infection, so basically have been in bed since Friday night. I’ll work on the updates as and when I can as I can barely sit on a computer for more than 5mins at a time 🙁

Saturdays Go Global!… But will there be a tour?

Source: Daily Star

The Saturdays are knocking plans for a 2010 UK arena tour on the head as they will be too busy on world domination.

But festivals are definitely on the agenda for the Lycra-loving fivesome, whose latest album Wordshaker is out now.

Leggy Rochelle Wiseman told me: “We badly want to do a tour, but we’ve got a lot of things to do, so it’s about fitting it in with Asia and Europe.”

“We wanted an arena tour last year but you have to come up in stages. Last year’s small theatre tour was much more personal. We had been supporting other people, so it was refreshing.”

“As much as we love supporting we always worry whether the crowd will like us because they’ve come to see the other person.”

“But we will be doing all the festivals. The first ones were terrifying. Because we’re pop we thought we’d get booed.”

“We went from being frightened to getting the best reaction.”

Despite a mega 2009, there has been no BRITs nomination for The Saturdays, who are promoting the new Into Glamour fragrance from Impulse.

Rochelle, 20, continued: “We were under no illusions. It took Girls Aloud six years.”

The girls will be flying the flag for JLS at next Tuesday’s awards – particularly Rochelle, who has been getting friendly with Marvin Humes, 24.

She added: “Marvin is very sweet but it’s very early on.”

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