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It’s two of my favorite things together. The Saturdays enjoying the beautiful landscapes of Greece. Naturally, I’m already obsessed with the video.

Vanessa, Mollie, Una, Rochelle and Frankie head to the island of Rhodes for their “What Are You Waiting For” visual. Filmed mostly at the First Choice Village Resort, the ladies partake in some pool action, walk down the historic streets of the island before ending things with a karaoke party. The only thing lacking is more sexy shirtless Greek Adonises.

The Xenomania-produced cut is one of three new tracks found on The Saturdays’ forthcoming Finest Selection: The Greatest Hits due in the UK on August 11. It definitely has the potential to become another smash for the girl group. Check out the fun clip below. Greece looks stunning. I can’t wait to go back.

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The Saturdays Debut ‘What Are You Waiting For?’

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Still looking for that summer anthem? The Saturdays deliver a new track that could do the trick. The gorgeous quintet premiered their new single “What Are You Waiting For?” which is the lead cut off their forthcoming greatest hits album. Produced by Xenomania, the upbeat single is an in-your-face party anthem. It’ll be one of three new cuts off Finest Selection: The Greatest Hits. Give it a listen below.

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The Saturdays Serve Jedi Realness In New Music Video

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Technically they’re not light sabers, but rather fluorescent light bulbs, but they might as well be. The Saturdays are working them like the force is with them. Obi Wan Kenobi would be so proud.

Rather than releasing a single off a potential new album, the UK girl group are still pimping out their fifth studio album which was released last October. I guess the girls wanted to film a video now that Frankie isn’t preggers anymore. Aptly titled, “Not Giving Up,” the girls kinda phone it in the clip. Sure they look fierce and the glowing lights flatter them immensely, but it’s on the slightly boring side. I expect more from my girls. However, since I’m a huge fan, I’m willing to overlook it. Love, love, love them. I need to see these bitches in concert one day.

On a side note, this clip couldn’t have premiered at a better time. I’m currently en route to Vegas with several friends for what will undoubtedly be a hot mess of a weekend. To quote the Saturdays‘ latest album, we’ll certainly be Living For The Weekend. I can’t wait to share all our PG-rated adventures with you ;)

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Is it Christmas and no one told me? Because these are a few of my favorite things all coming together. Cue Julie Andrews ;)

The Saturdays minus Frankie Sanford (I’m assuming she’s still on maternity leave) stopped by BBC Radio 1 Live Lounge to promote their current Top 5 UK hit “Disco Love.” It’s arguably one of my favorite tracks from the British girl group. Reminds me of a camping trip I took this summer.

As part of their two-song acoustic set, Rochelle Humes, Una Healy, Mollie King and Vanessa White performed a mashup of Drake’s “Hold On We’re Gone Home,” TLC’s “No Scrubs” and Destiny’s Child’s “Survivor.” The vocals aren’t perfect by any means, but if you’re a fan, you’ll enjoy it. Check out both performances below.

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Some songs take a couple of spins before growing on me, while others never really get there. The Saturdays‘ latest single was love at first listen. “Disco Love” played non stop this past weekend during our camping trip and was hands down the soundtrack of the glamping affair.

Disco Love” is the third track from the UK girl group’s long-delayed fourth studio album. It certainly has the potential to match the success of “What About Us,” hopefully giving the group its second UK chart-topper. The accompanying video is everything you’d expect from them. Lots of glamor shots of each of the ladies. Whether they’re having car problems in the desert in 1979 or livin’ it up at a roller disco joint, they’re beyond stunning.

My only complaint is they travel to 1989 during one of the vignettes. In the song lyrics, the ladies never mention that decade. A third verse on the catchy pop track would’ve been killer. Check out the clip below and watch how the director hides Frankie’s pregnancy After Una and Rochelle’s turn hiding their baby bumps in previous clips, it’s now Frankie’s turn.

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I first heard “Disco Love” earlier in the week but wanted to wait til, naturally, Saturday to post it. Since then, it’s quickly become one my favorites and I’m chomping at the bit for The Saturdays to debut an accompanying music video. Definitely much better than their previous single, “Gentleman.” This has HIT written all over it for the ladies.

Disco Love” is a pure pop song with a slight disco vibe. At moments it reminds me of Katy Perry’s “Last Friday Night (T.G.I.F.)” but much better. The chorus is extremely strong and catchy. The lyrics are even better with Britney Spears, Bee Gees and Donna Summer references. Here’s an example of the track’s poppy lyrical genius.

We got the disco love, so fun and colorful
It’s never winter when it’s Donna Summer all year long
You take me back in time, to 1999
We hit the DJ playing Hit Me Baby One More Time

Hopefully, this is just a taste of what’s to come from The Saturdays’ upcoming effort. With already two singles released, “What About Us” and “Gentleman,” yet no news regarding a release date for their fourth studio album, I’m getting extremely impatient. I just adore Frankie, Rochelle, Una, Mollie and Vanessa. Check out their kick-ass new single below.

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If Desperate Housewives was still kicking around, this could be mistaken as a promo for the ABC show. The Saturdays could easily move into Wisteria Lane without skipping a beat. Even doing homely duties like garden chores and laundry, the British girl group are as glamorous as ever.

Once again, one of the ladies had to hid their baby bump for the video shoot. For “30 Days,” Una Healy was with child, this time it was Rochelle Humes‘ turn. Since filming, Rochelle has given birth to her baby girl Alaia-Mai.

Fans have been divided with “Gentleman.” It’s a different sound not previously done by the group. Personally, it’s grown on me, especially the celebrity name dropping rapping portion. Truth be told, the girls could drop anything and I’d love it. That’s how much I adore these ladies. Check out their latest clip below.

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What is it with UK acts all of a sudden celebrity name dropping in their lyrics. First The Wanted with their “Walks Like Rihanna” and now my favorite girl group of the moment The Saturdays are listing off a litany of famous men like Kellan Lutz, Robert Pattinson, Ryan Gosling and even President Obama on their new cut. I guess it shouldn’t be too surprising. After all, both groups were put together after mass auditions held by Jayne Collins.

Gentleman” debuted online a few days ago, but I waited til Saturday to share with you. Yes, super cheese but that’s me. Their new sound has divided their fans. While some like it, others think it’s one hot mess. With that kind of reception, the journey to score their second UK chart-topper doesn’t look promising.

Personally, I like the change of pace even though I much prefer their mid-tempo tracks like “Higher” and “What About Us” better. The track references the 90s as it talks about how difficult it is to find a good man these days. Preach sista. TGIF I have a good one (most of the time LOL) on my hands. Check out this snippet from the chorus. I think we all know what they’re referring to with the spitting portion.

A gentleman is so 1995, so hard for a girl to find
A real husband is so 1999, so hard for a girl to find, what
Cause most dudes just hit it and quit it
And then they wonder why most girls just spit it

listen to the track and check out Una’s HOT MAN after the jump

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