Cosmopolitan Ultimate #FabulousFriends award

Is it just me, or does this sound like something out of the Smash Hits Poll Winners Party era?

Tonight, princesses of pop The Saturdays were crowned the *bosses* of friendship at our Cosmopolitan Ultimate Women of the Year Awards with Baileys. United through the band’s seven years together, they’ve had five albums, 13 top ten singles, three weddings and three baby arrivals between them, and are true testament to the magic that can be made when girls come together.

On collecting their #FabulousFriends award sponsored by Baileys, a delighted Mollie King told us: “The girls are literally my family. It’s lovely to get an award for our achievements and this is even more special because it’s about the fact we are best friends – and friendships are more important than any success.”

Whether you’re navigating the pop charts or the January sales together, the fundamentals of friendship are the same whether you’re famous or not. There are broken hearts to be mended, milestones to be celebrated and imperative group decisions to be made (e.g. what take-away to order for your girls night in AND exactly what shade of coral nail varnish to go for with that first date manicure?) “We all have our moments but as a five we always feel most confident together. You know you’ve got each other’s back whatever happens,” Frankie says. So from avoiding squabbles to helping each other through hard times, our winners dish out their top secrets on how to keep your girl group on top..

You can read the rest of the article on the Cosmo website

You can also view pictures of the girls looking lovely at the event in our gallery!

Mollie in Cosmopolitan

Our very own Mollie is the cover girl of the March edition of Cosmopolitan.


With London Fashion Week almost upon us who better to grace our March cover than bonafide style muse Mollie King. Signed to Next Models, a FROW regular, with a second drop of her Loved By Mollie collection on it’s way next month (get a sneak peak of it on the video here), Molls is definitely having her moment.

The Saturdays star tells Cosmo: “I studied fashion at A level and it’s something I love learning about. I’ve always had a strong opinion on clothes. I know straight away if I like something or not and how it could work… [Victoria Beckham is] an absolute legend. I saw her at a fashion event and I really wanted to ‘fangirl’ her and get a picture but I was too scared. If I’m on the front row of a show and someone like her walks in, I get so excited and can’t stop staring. I think, ‘Oh my god, I need to remember this feeling because I won’t be doing this forever.’ One day when I’m a granny, I want to remember how cool it is!”

In the full interview in our March issue Mollie talks about her hang-ups and dressing for her shape saying: “I don’t have a Kim Kardashian bum unfortunately, and I don’t have massive boobs either. You have to work with the bits you’re most proud of, so if I’m going out I always think, ‘Right, Molls, your legs are better than your cleavage, so go work those.’ I’m not that curvy, so I like to wear things that give me more shape than I’ve got. Everyone has their body hang-ups; I think, ‘Oh, I could tone that,’ or, ‘I wish I could change that.’ But as much as you can tone bits or add bits, you’re born with your body.”

Currently loved up with American record producer Jordan Omley, Mollie reflects on past relationships and even has it nailed when it comes to being friends with an ex like the model one David Gandy. “It’s really hard when it’s fresh; you can’t go from being in love to friends overnight. I’ve always had to take time apart after a break-up. When they’re with somebody new and you’re single that really hurts, but it’s easier when you move on. Recently there were some pictures of me and David sat next to one another at the same tennis match and the pictures could not have been more unfortunate. It looked like we hated each other, but we do actually get on.”

Now she’s totally loved-up and doing the long-distance thang with Jordan she’s happier than ever. “It sounds glamorous and showbiz, but it can be tough at times because you want to come home to one another and snuggle on the couch. He’s different from guys I’ve been out with before. I’m really happy; he’s definitely ticking all the boxes. He looks after me… I can be quite high-maintenance as a girlfriend. But I’ve learnt to be more laid-back in relationships.”

The Spring / Summer 14 Loved By Mollie edit will be available from March in selected Oasis stores and from The Saturdays new single Not Giving Up is out in March.

The March 2014 issue of Cosmopolitan is on sale 30th January.

Mollie is Cosmo Cover Girl

Our very own Mollie has taken to the media to try and find herself a boyfriend (plus of course she’s on the front cover of Cosmo which is out today – so grab a copy!) I’m sure most of these articles are based on the actual Cosmo article, so here’s a behind the scenes video and a round-up:

Speaking to Cosmopolitan magazine the blonde beauty said: I’ve never had a one-night stand or sex on the first date, and I don’t think I ever would. It’s important for a guy to know and understand me before he can even think about taking things to the next step.

For me, the most attractive thing in a man is the ability to make me laugh. He has to be spontaneous, fun and able to banter – it’s not a job interview, it’s a date! I like day dates, and I like throwing the ball in his court.

I’m enjoying being single and I’m definitely not gagging to be in another relationship. When I go out, I’m not going out to find a man; I’m going out to dance the night away with my best friends.

I want the fairy tale and I’m not going to settle for anything less.’

The Mirror has more from Mollie:

“It’s important for a guy to know and understand me before he can even think about taking things to the next step.”

And by the sounds of things, Mollie’s been listening to Beyonce’s Single Ladies on repeat, because she seems to be LOVING her single life.

“I’m enjoying being single and I’m definitely not gagging to be in another relationship. When I go out, I’m not going out to find a man; I’m going out to dance the night away with my best friends.”

She adds: “The positives [of being single] are huge. I’ve learnt a lot about myself – small things like learning to live by myself and take care of myself. I love that I don’t rely on anyone else or need to lean on anyone else; I can just do things on my own… Being single has definitely given me a new lease of life.”

It’s not non-stop girls’ night out fun however, as Mollie confesses that she’s found heartbreak hard.

“Having your heart broken is hard at the best of times, but being in the public eye has definitely made it harder for me,” she says.

“The point is, you don’t want your ex to read how you’re feeling – or vice versa.

“I’ve had my heart broken and it’s the hardest thing. Everyone says, ‘Give it time, you’ll feel better in the morning.’ But you don’t. You feel like it’s never, ever going to heal – especially during the first few weeks.

“For me it’s always been like, ‘Have I done the right thing? Have I made the right decision?’ You start to doubt yourself, because you still miss that person. It’s like a habit that’s been taken away from you, and you feel lost.”

And it seems as though it took some time to get used to her newly single status, describing it as a “shock”.

“This is my first time being properly single and at first I had that shock of, ‘Oh my god, who do I call at night when I go to sleep? Who do I call if I get upset?’ But I just needed to adapt to that person not being around. Being single has forced me to grow up and be more independent, and that’s something I’m really proud of.”

If you’re interested in wooing the sexy star (that’ll be every man reading, then), read on to discover what you’ll need to fill the man-shaped hole in Mollie’s life.

“For me, the most attractive thing in a man is the ability to make me laugh. He has to be spontaneous, fun and able to banter – it’s not a job interview, it’s a date! I like day dates, and I like throwing the ball in his court.”

She adds: “When I was a teenager I wanted a surfer dude; now I want a man – someone who’s confident and who’ll look after me, and who won’t play games.”

Despite featuring in pretty much every ‘world’s sexiest women’ list going, Mollie says she doesn’t know how to feel sexy, but thinks sexiness is all about being confident.

“Your personality is what makes you sexy,” she says. “The way you hold and deliver yourself. The women I think are sexy in any given room aren’t necessarily the best-looking, but they have an aura and a confidence about them that just gives off sex appeal.”

“In all honesty I don’t really know how to feel sexy. But I do think it’s all about being yourself. Don’t transform into someone else, because people can see through that. Sexy is being independent, being confident and having fun.”

Mollie & Rochelle in Cosmopolitan

She’s a Sienna Miller doppelganger who oozes with all-American girl charm.

But even Mollie King would like to change things about her body.

The Saturdays singer revealed she has various hang-ups when she looks in the mirror, but with refreshing honesty says she aspires to have ‘Beyoncé’s curves’ rather than a fragile size zero frame.

Speaking to Cosmopolitan, the pretty 24-year-old said: ‘I look in the mirror and see things I need to work on. I’d love to have curves like Beyoncé and a nice booty.

‘I don’t have any major hang-ups and it’s not like I go to bed crying about it, but there are things I would change.’

Rochelle added: ‘I’m happy now. A couple of years ago I had two cysts on my ovaries and it made me put on quite a bit of weight. Then after the operation it all calmed down.

‘Now I’m happy to be curvy, I’m happy to be womanly and I think that comes from happiness in everything else in my life too. The last thing I worry about now is what I look like.’

Neither of The Saturdays singers have anything to worry about, with both of the cover

The popstars both confessed to getting broody, now bandmate Una Healy has baby Aoife.

The Irish beauty, 30, welcomed her first child with rugby star Ben Foden in March.

Rochelle, who is engaged to JLS’ Marvin Humes, confessed: ‘It’s made it different, like, “Oh my god, you’re a mum now!”

‘I love that we’re getting married around the same time. And I just love Aoife. I want to have babies in the next five years.’

Meanwhile, single Mollie is still looking for love after splitting from male model David Gandy and denying a blossoming romance with good friend and rumoured love interest Prince Harry.

She said: ‘I’m not into chasing or playing games… I actually fall for guys when they’re a bit all over me! I like an old-school gentleman who picks you up for a date and opens the door.

‘Trust is important – and someone who makes an effort to meet my family and be involved in my life. And they have to make me laugh.

‘Boys have said in the past that I live my life like a movie. I love all things romantic, like kissing in the rain. When I’m with someone, I’m completely devoted to them.’

You can buy the magazine in shops tomorrow (Thursday) 🙂

Source: Daily Mail

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