Inbetweeners Top 10 – Video

@unahealy and @rochellethesats appeared on a Channel 4 show last night to celebrate the Inbetweeners TV show, as perviously stated I’ve had a bit of a technology fail this weekend when it comes to recording videos, several timers had been set and several records haven’t been made .. I’ve managed to get some of the clips below, there isn’t much this is under a minute long, they might have appeared on the show a little more, either way the show is repeated on Channel 4 this Friday – for those who missed it on E4 yesterday – where you can watch it for the first time (or again) and if I missed anything I’ll do my best to record it on Friday!

Update: This is another video that has more – very small – clips in.  

Show introduction – Friday Download 1

Matt missed this due to a technical glitch, fortunately snoop has managed to capture it for us 🙂 Watch the short clip below (bit of a misunderstanding – unfortunately!):

You can catch the performance again here

Not many birthday wishes for me coming from here, but I’ve had a lovely day nonetheless, thanks Matt for making a little post for me 🙂

The Saturdays to perform at the English Heritage Picnic Concert

English Heritage are hosting a series of Picnic Concerts this summer and Saturday 23rd July sees Audley End House in Saffron Walden, Essex entertained by the Sats!

It’s sure to be an amazing day out so grab your tickets quick over on the English Heritage site HERE!. You can find all the details there too…

Oh and don’t forget to mark yourself as ‘attending’ over on the Facebook Event!

Saturdays perform at charity show

The Saturdays have put the sparkle into Christmas with an intimate charity show.

The girl group wore co-ordinated glitzy sequinned mini-dresses to play the Breast Cancer Campaign show at London venue Scala.

Hundreds of lucky fans watched the five-strong band perform at the Concert For A Cure with support from Daisy Dares You and Lauren Pritchard.

The show, supported by Kit Kat Senses, raised £100,000 for the charity.

Mollie King from The Saturdays said: “This is a fantastic event to be involved in. We really hope that we have inspired people to donate money to such an important cause.”

Breast Cancer Awareness month took place in October with Kit Kat Senses donating 10 pence from each special edition pink chocolate bar.

Breast cancer is the most common form of cancer in the UK and accounts for nearly one in three of all cancer cases in women.

Nearly 46,000 new cases of breast cancer are diagnosed in the UK each year.
Read more:

GIRL band The Saturdays are to get a Monkees-style show

ITV2 signed them up to go head-to-head with Jordan, who quit the channel for Living TV.

Each 60-minute show will follow Rochelle, Vanessa, Una, Mollie and Frankie and see them “burst into song” – like The Monkees did in the 1960s.

The documentary, called Just Can’t Get Enough after one of their hits, is set for a 9pm Thursday slot in the autumn.

ITV2 said: “We’ll be with them in their dressing rooms, at home and on the red carpets.

“And in each episode the girls will burst into song to perform their latest hits.”

US band The Monkees made two series between 1966 and 1968 and became famous for their Hey, Hey, We’re The Monkees theme tune.

Jordan – real name Katie Price – has signed a deal with Living TV thought to be worth 5million.

She will defect in November.