The Saturdays are now – heartbreak from an affair, a feud with Example, and a top TV presenter.


Where The Saturdays are now: heartbreak from an affair, a feud with Example, and a top TV host.

Frankie Bridge, a member of the Saturdays band, is a contestant on this year’s I’m a Celebrity…

We checked in with her fellow Get Me Out of Here! campmates to see what they’re up to these days.

After signing a contract with pop icons Girls Aloud, the hit girl group The Saturdays formed in 2007 under Fascination Records and began touring with them shortly after.

After stepping into the spotlight, Vanessa White, Una Healey, Frankie Bridge, Rochelle Humes, and Mollie King shot to fame.

If This Is Love, which samples Yazoo’s 1982 song Situation, was an instant hit in the UK Singles Chart, peaking at No. 8.

The Saturdays released their debut electro-dance pop album Chasing Lights later that year, and it was re-released in March 2009 with the official Comic Relief single Just Can’t Get Enough, a cover of Depeche Mode’s 1981 classic.

The group has since collaborated with artists such as Flo Rida, Taio Cruz, and Alphabeat, selling over five million records in the United Kingdom and Ireland.

Mollie, a member of the band, told The Irish Independent in March 2015 that the band was on hiatus, a statement that was backed up by multiple interviews with other band members in the following months.

But, since their separation, what have the girls been up to?

Frankie’s career began at a young age, and she rose to prominence while playing for S Club Juniors.

Frankie, like Mollie, competed in Strictly Come Dancing in 2012 and finished second.

She also joined the line-up of I’m a Celebrity… this year, following in Vanessa’s footsteps.

Entering Gwrych Castle, he yelled, “Get Me Out of Here!”

She married Wayne Bridge in 2014, and the couple has two sons.

Frankie is a strong advocate for mental health and has spoken out about her struggles while in The Saturdays.

Open: Why Asking for Help Can Save Your Life and Grow: Motherhood, Mental Health, and Me are two of her books.

She also appears on Loose Women as a panelist and hosts the Open Mind podcast.

Una was studying and training for a career as a doctor before joining The Saturdays.

She performed as a backing singer at the 2006 Eurovision Song Contest and went on to join The Saturdays as one of the group’s five members.

Una’s Dream Ticket, a show that grants the wishes of young people across the country, has been performed since the band’s hiatus.

She is also the host of Absolute Country Radio.

The news is summarized by Brinkwire.


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