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The girls excited to be aunties

Rochelle Wiseman has revealed her glee at being an “auntie” – but admitted she’s not ready for motherhood yet.

The Saturdays singer, who is engaged to JLS singer Marvin Humes, can’t wait for bandmate Una Healy to give birth in March.

“I am most looking forward to Una having a baby. She’s due on my birthday!” she said.

“I really hope she pops out on my birthday, I’d be chuffed. It’s the first Saturdays baby! We can’t wait. It’s a girl. We’re all going to be aunties.”

The 22-year-old continued: “It’s got me really excited to be an auntie. Don’t get me wrong, one day I’ll have kids but I’m not ready for that yet. I’m happy with my life.

“I think Una will be a great mum. I love kids, don’t get me wrong, but just not for myself – yet,” she added.

Rochelle and her bandmates will be performing at Asda’s Tickled Pink fundraising concert alongside Alexandra Burke, Little Mix, Chipmunk and Dionne Bromfield, which takes place at the O2 Shepherd’s Bush Empire tonight (January 12).

“Alexandra asked us to perform. She texted me and was like, ‘I’m doing a gig for Tickled Pink, I’m really excited about it and I really want you girls to be involved’,” the singer revealed.

“It’s a great cause. We’re excited to be there and it’s amazing because 100% of the ticket sales go to Tickled Pink and that usually doesn’t happen. So everyone’s there for a good reason.”

Source: Press Association

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Tickled Pink Concert – get £10 off!

@TheSaturdays play their first show of 2012 tonight at London’s o2 Shepherds Bush Empire – this charity concert is for Breast Cancer charities Breast Cancer Care and Breast Cancer Campaign. If you are going tonight make sure you keep us up to date with what songs the girls perform. I assume as they are performing alongside 4 other acts they will be doing 4 or 5 songs.

If you aren’t going, there are (seemingly) lots of tickets still available and as the show is tonight you can get £10 off the facevalue and you can go along for just £20! To claim your cheaper ticket simply visit the TicketWeb website and use the promo code TICK20 and then on the next stage simply choose the £20 offer ticket.

Remember the concert takes place this evening, doors at 6.30pm the show is expected to start at 7.30pm and end at around 10.30pm.

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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 www.ticketmaster.co.ukFor more information visit Asda’s Tickled Pink campaign website at   http://charities.asda.com/tickled-pink

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