As well as being chosen to do the prestigious Comic Relief single, like the Spice Girls before them, the girls have starred in their own reality show, Chasing the Saturdays.And they’re going to be packing out arenas again this September on their tour of the UK and Ireland.The Big Short, the film adaptation of Michael Lewis' book of the same name about the causes of the financial crisis, opens in UK cinemas this weekend.
In 2008, off the back of a tour with Girls Aloud, the band’s debut single went straight into the top 10 and their first album went platinum.
Since then the girls have scored 12 top 10 singles – enough for a greatest hits album, out this August.
“But it’s even more important to feel your best, because you do feel vulnerable up there on stage.”That said, enjoying the limelight alongside her bandmates is what Mollie lives for.“I’m so obsessed with The Saturdays that it’s quite hard to see beyond that,” she says.
“At the moment it’s quite nice because I’m doing things on my own and with The Saturdays, so it’s the best of both worlds.
Apparently it’s that worrying habit that causes eruptions – but her skin, like the rest of her, looks pretty flawless today.“I’ve got a real sweet tooth,” she says. I need to drink more water but I eat quite healthily and I’ve always been good at taking make-up off and cleansing and moisturising and all that.”Which is just as well, as the 26 year old is now the ambassador for a well-known make-up brand.
That suits the singer just fine because, although she favours a natural look, she would never go out without her face on if she thought there was a chance of being photographed.“I think it’s important in a girl band that you always look your best,” Mollie says.
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