The Saturdays at Rhyl Pavilion sells out in UNDER THREE HOURS!

WINDSWEPT fans yesterday queued early in chilly gusts to buy tickets to see pop sensations The Saturdays.

Tickets for the Rhyl Pavilion concert went on sale at 10am and sold out in just two hours and 50 minutes.

It beat the whole day it took for 2008 X Factor winner Alexandra Burke to sell-out her concert on January 14, 2011 at the same venue.

London-based The Saturdays – Una Healy, Mollie King, Frankie Sandford, Vanessa White and Rochelle Wiseman – stage their much-anticipated concert there on February 3, 2011.

Yesterday, one Saturdays fan even tried to set up his tent at midnight but most arrived from 5.30am.

The queue grew and snaked around the foyer of the giant concert hall.

At 9.15am, Pavilion staff opened their doors and grateful fans then queued inside until the box office opened at 10am. By then the numbers had swelled to 100.

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Saturdays put Geffen on course

Universal’s Geffen label is looking to score its second UK number one single within the space of three weeks after The Saturdays opened up a narrow lead on midweek sales.

The girl group’s Fascination/Geffen-issued single Missing You is around 4,000 sales ahead of Flo Rida featuring David Guetta’s Club Can’t Handle Me at this early point in the week, according to OCC Data. The Saturdays’ current highest chart performance is number two, achieved in 2009 by both Just Can’t Get Enough and Forever Is Over.

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Source: Music Week

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James Corden disses Saturdays for charity snub.

Source: ITN

James CordenA host of famous faces turned up for Rio Ferdinand’s Live the Dream charity auction on Wednesday night expecting a performance from The Saturdays.

They were left disappointed though when host James Corden announced what he called ‘some good news’ that they would not be attending. To say he was less than impressed would be an understatement, as he tore into the famously-fit five-piece for apparently shunning a charity event.

He continued to tell the crowd that apparently they were all too ill to perform but that they had been well enough to sing on Monday at the same venue for a paid gig.

Not pulling any punches, James went on to say that their single was out in January, but not worth buying.

Further evidence of Corden’s conspiracy theory came from Mollie King’s Twitter page where the blonde band member posted an image of her meeting Ant and Dec and detailing a busy day filming with Blue Peter.

She also tweeted about her nerves before Thursday’s Radio 1 Live Lounge fuelling Corden’s argument for why they didn’t perform at Rio Ferdinand’s charity event.

Despite the disappointment over the performances the night was a great success, auctioning off some insane and priceless lots including Rio’s own Porsche Spyder replica sportscar, tea with Elton John and a five-star, and a chauffeur-driven, tournament long holiday to next year’s Football World Cup.