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Sunday 13 July 2014

White: Saturdays aren't splitting

Vanessa White says The Saturdays will keep on making music

The Saturdays' singer Vanessa White has revealed that they are not annoyed by constant rumours that the group will split.

The girl group - comprising of Vanessa, Mollie King, Una Foden, Frankie Sandford and Rochelle Humes - had to deny claims that they are planning to take a two-year hiatus after their UK tour.

The 24-year-old singer admitted they have got used to the break-up stories after all these years, saying: "We've had it since the beginning so we're very used to it now."

She added: "We just keep proving that we're not. People are able to have babies and still work."

The Saturdays released their fourth album Living For The Weekend in October, and their new single, My Heart Takes Over, is out now.

Recent rumours claimed that some of the band were interested in pursuing solo careers but Rochelle, who has a baby daughter with JLS singer Marvin Humes, took to Twitter to deny the allegations.

"Just heard some V strange rumours that we are having a 2 year break..oh pah lease!! Not true in any way shape or form.... We are busier now than we have ever ever been and that's how we like it! So just thought I'd squash any split rumours..." she wrote.

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