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Wednesday 27 August 2014

The Saturdays: We're homebodies

The Saturdays have been working in LA, but they still say there is no place like home

The Saturdays have insisted they won't be devoting all their time to cracking the US - because they'd miss home too much.

The girlband - Una Healy, Rochelle Wiseman, Mollie King, Frankie Sandford and Vanessa White - have been filming a fly-on-the-wall TV show across the pond as they prepare to release their new album. But at the launch of their 2013 calendar in Birmingham, Rochelle revealed the UK is their priority.

The newlywed, who recently tied the knot with JLS heartthrob Marvin Humes, said: "That's why it's taken us five years to make the move to go and do it. That's why we're here now, we're not going away for too long, we went away for a few weeks and now we're back here for 10 days, and then we're back again.

"We're homebodies really, so we'll be back again in no time."

The girls have had a hectic schedule in the past few months, but Frankie said it wasn't all hard graft.

"We always find time to have fun and there are five girls so we're always having a good time. We love Los Angeles."

Frankie also revealed work is going well on the band's as-yet-untitled new album.

"We really wish it was coming out now because we're just so happy with some of the tracks.

"We've been together five years now, so we all do know what we like and we write a lot more. We've met some amazing people to write with."

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