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Saturdays All Fired Up over tour

The Saturdays have denied they are splitting, revealing that their upcoming tour will commemorate their musical journey.

The girl group - Una Healy, Mollie King, Frankie Sandford, Rochelle Humes and Vanessa White - are set to release their Greatest Hits collection on August 11, with an accompanying 12-date tour following in September.

"We can't wait to get out on the road and showcase our journey so far! This is not the end, just a milestone along the way," Frankie said.

The mother-of-one also told ITV's Lorraine: "It's more like a massive milestone for us as a band. We've been together seven years, (Not Giving Up) is our 17th single and it just felt like a natural progression for us. For us it's more like a celebration."

The group's new single, Not Giving Up, will be out on April 6, and is taken from their fourth album, Living For The Weekend.

The Greatest Hits album features their 13 top 10 hits, including All Fired Up, What About Us (featuring Sean Paul) and Forever Is Over, and three as-yet-undisclosed new tracks.

Tickets for the tour are available on pre-sale now, and will go on sale on April 9 at 10am from www.thesaturdays.co.uk.

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