Frankie Sandford, Una Healy, Rochelle Humes Mollie King, Vanessa White and The Saturdays - Radio City Live at Liverpool Echo Arena at Liverpool Echo Arena - Liverpool, United Kingdom - Wednesday 10th December 2014
The Saturdays - Photographs of a variety of female stars as they arrived at the Ultimate Women of the Year Awards which were held in association with Cosmopolitan and were held at One Mayfair in London, United Kingdom - Wednesday 3rd December 2014
Mollie King, Vanessa White, Rochelle Wiseman, Rochelle Humes and The Saturdays - A variety of stars were photographed as they attended the Victoria's Secret Fashion Show 2014 which was held at Earl's Court in London, United Kingdom - Tuesday 2nd December 2014
The Saturdays singer and her infant daughter were involved in a minor collision this week, but the singer has since confirmed that she and her daughter are doing well.
The Saturdays songstress Rochelle Humes was involved in an unfortunate fender bender earlier this week, when someone rear-ended the back of her car whilst her infant daughter Alaia-Mai was also in the car. Despite an initial scare, most towards the welfare of young Alaia-Mai, the singer told her Twitter followers not to worry about her as she and her daughter are both fine.
Hey guys, just seen your tweets! Me and Alaia okay, someone drove into the back of us not very nice but could have been worse x— Rochelle Humes (@RochelleTheSats) September 12, 2013
Continue reading: Rochelle Humes & Baby Alaia-Mai Both Doing Well Following Car Crash
The Radio 1 Big Weekend became a star-studded event with performances from some of the biggest chart toppers.
Rudimental at BBC Radio 1's Big Weekend
BBC Radio 1's Big Weekend was just that - a BIG weekend! With a huge range of hit artists, the radio station left no genre uncovered over the Spring Bank Holiday weekend (May 24th - 26th 2013).
Day 1 saw performances from Dizzee Rascal as he promotes his upcoming fifth album due out later in the year; Rudimental, whose debut album 'Home' has had some remarkable reviews and a number one spot on the UK album chart; Rita Ora who is also working on a new album; and her platinum selling boyfriend Calvin Harris. Saturday brought in an equally impressive line-up with Ellie Goulding who is in the UK before she embarks on a lengthy US tour later in the summer; The Saturdays minus Rochelle Humes who is still recovering from the birth of her first baby Alaia-Mai; and Iggy Azalea whose debut album release is imminent. As for day 3, it certainly wasn't a day of rest as hitting the stage in Derry, Northern Ireland were alt-rock threesome Paramore, BRIT award nominated Jessie Ware and Grammy winning Bruno Mars who's set to kick off a major world tour in the summer spanning through 'til March 2014.
Frankie Sandford is desperate for a drink now that she's pregnant.
'Oh my goodness absolute baby bliss! Alaia-mai is gorgeous! Seeing them all together was so lovely. New little family. Come on baby Bridge!', The Saturdays singer gushed on Twitter after visiting Marvin Humes and Rochelle Humes following the birth of their first child. Frankie is clearly enjoying the thought of upcoming motherhood alongside her fiancé Wayne Bridge, also posting a photo of some tiny Vans trainers on the social networking site with the caption, 'So tempted! Need these little ones in my life!! Too cute.' However, she admits that she is struggling with some of her cravings telling Heatworld at 'The Hangover Part III' premiere: 'I was never really a big drinker before I got pregnant. But now that I'm not allowed, I really want one!' She also confessed to having a yearning for strawberries, which can't be all bad.
Meanwhile, following the arrival of little Alaia-mai Marvin has assured friends and fans that everything is fine. 'This morning we welcomed our baby girl Alaia-Mai Humes..Mum is doing great & baby is amazing! We are both overjoyed! Thanks for your love x' he posted on Monday.
Continue reading: Pregnant Frankie Sandford Confesses A Niggling Booze Craving
It's a strange mix of acts, but sure to entertain everyone, somehow
If you’ve ever fancied catching The Beach Boys, JLS, Paul Young and The Saturdays on the same bill, then you literally won’t be able to find anything better then A Day At The Park – the Barclays-sponsored gig in Hyde Park.
That’s not all, though: Elton John, Bon Jovi and The Rolling Stones will also be performing as part of the series of gigs taking place in London’s famous Hyde Park. Rob Hallett, President, International Live Touring, AEG Live says: "Barclaycard Presents British Summer Time Hyde Park is much, much more than just a music event. I have always wanted to promote a show where you can take your kids and your parents.” Barclaycard Presents British Summer Time Hyde Park will take place over two weekends, and is officially the longest, most boring name for anything, ever. “Junior can be enthralled with the Gruffalo and your daughter can scream at JLS while your parents dance around to The Beach Boys. Everyone’s happy!" adds Hallet.
We wouldn't put these two on the same bill, but oh well - Mike Love [L] and Jonathan 'JB' Gill [R]
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