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Thursday 25 December 2014

Frankie admits worries over stag do

Frankie Sandford doesn't want her fiance to have a stag do like in The Hangover
Frankie Sandford doesn't want her fiance to have a stag do like in The Hangover

The Saturday's star Frankie Sandford confessed she was put off watching the Hangover films in case they give footballer fiance Wayne Bridge any ideas about his upcoming stag do.

The singer, who got engaged to Wayne earlier this year, was on the red carpet with three of her bandmates at the London premiere of the third instalment of the hit comedy films.

But Frankie revealed: "I do watch The Hangover and I think it could be very close to whatever Wayne does. Sometimes I'm not sure if I want to watch it or not but I love it."

The girls had just been to visit the group's fifth member, Rochelle Humes, who gave birth to her daughter with JLS star Marvin this week.

Frankie, who recently announced she is expecting her first child, said: "I think just seeing the baby was lovely and it just makes you think , 'Okay you might have to go through the little horrible bit but at the end you get something lovely.'"

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