The Saturdays get Tickled Pink

To celebrate Tickled Pink’s 15th anniversary, Asda will be hosting the perfect ‘Girls’ Night Out’ at the O2 Shepherd’s Bush Empire in West London on 12th January 2012.  The star-studded line-up includes fantastic vocals from Breast Cancer Care Ambassador Alexandra Burke and friends, with performances from Chipmunk and Dionne Bromfield plus special guests The Saturdays.  Not only will this be a great night of entertainment it will also help raise vital funds for two important breast cancer charities, Breast Cancer Care and Breast Cancer Campaign.

There’s never been a better reason for a big night out with the girls as 100% of ticket sales will be donated to Tickled Pink, which has so far raised a total of £25 million for the charities and £4 million last year alone thanks to the fundraising efforts of Asda customers, colleagues and suppliers.  Join the 15th anniversary celebrations by simply buying a ticket to the concert and having a fantastic ‘Girls’ Night Out’ with Alexandra Burke and friends.

Alexandra Burke, said:  “When Asda told me about their ‘Girls’ Night Out’ concert I couldn’t wait to get everyone involved. It is going to be such a great evening of music and entertainment all in aid of a really important cause.

“I’ve been a Breast Cancer Care Ambassador for a number of years now and am delighted to work with Asda in supporting their campaign and helping them to continue the fantastic work that they do to support breast cancer charities. A ‘Girls’ Night Out’ has never been more exciting or significant – see you there!”

Judith McKenna, Chief Operating Officer at Asda, said: “This event marks 15 years of fundraising and £25 million raised by Asda colleagues and shoppers to date. The ‘Girls’ Night Out’concert is an uplifting way for people around the UK to get involved in fundraising for two important breast cancer charities, raising money for both the much needed research into breast cancer and after care.  With all proceeds going directly to the Tickled Pink campaign – this event provides a great night out and for a great cause.”

Tickets retail from £30 and are available to buy now online at more information visit Asda’s Tickled Pink campaign website at

The Saturdays hit Clapham Common

@TheSaturdays are set to play Clapham Common (how erm glam?) with Taio Cruz and Chipmunk in September …

Just when you thought all the festivals had been announced, here comes another cheeky day festival in September – huzzah! The Saturdays, Chipmunk and Taio Cruz will grace the stage of Clapham Common on September 10th – to soften the blow of going back to school.

The festival’s in support of the 2012 London Paralympic Games and marks just under a year to go until they begin.The Common will even have a sports arena where paralympic sports will be demonstrated, which we think’s pretty awesome.

Frankie Sandford thinks it’s a bangtidy idea too;

“We’re all really chuffed to be performing at Sainsburys Super Saturday.

“In the run up to London 2012, this gig will shine a spotlight on the Paralympic Games which we’re all massive supporters of.”

Tickets go on sale on 20th May, costing £50.50 (including fees) for adults

Source:  Sugarscape

Chipmunk: “I’m gonna be writing for the saturdays”

Chipmunk: “Collaborations Are Boring”  Chipmunk at This Is It Premiere

However, Chip Diddy Chip confirms he would like to work with The Saturdays…

Chipmunk has confessed that he wants to stop collaborating with other artists because he thinks it’s ‘boring’.

The Oopsy Daisy hitmaker told The Daily Star: “I won’t do any more N-Dubz records. I’ll probably leave all the collaborations now and concentrate on my own thing. It’s all got a bit boring.”

He added: “It’s nice at first. It gives new artists a leg up. But I don’t want people to expect who is gonna be on my next album and for them to actually appear on it.”

The rapper, whose new single Until You Were Gone is in fact a collaboration with Justin Timberlake‘s protégé Esmée Denters did add that if the chance came about, he wouldn’t turn down working with girl band The Saturdays.

The 19-year said: “The Saturdays are pretty girls. I’m gonna be writing for them, giving them beats and verses. They need more edge and I’m on it.”


Chip Wants to Work With Sats!

Chipmunk Wants to Work With The Saturdays!

We know these acts like each other and respect (love!) each other’s work, but what if they were combined? Chipmunk, 18, told the Daily Star (according to Digital Spy) he wants to work with The Sats after beating them to #1 with “Oopsy Daisy” on Sunday (Oct. 11). “When I heard we were coming out on the same day as The Saturdays, I was nervous,” he says. “We are going to be working together – gimme one of their verses and I’m gonna kill it.” Speaking on his new notoriety as number 1, he said, “I was just not expecting this. For me, having a number one single is a turning point for rappers, rhymers, MCs in general.” His debut record, I Am Chipmunk, is now in stores. Buy it at his website here.

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