Frankie Bridge addresses The Saturdays reunion rumours – Never say never

With two hugely popular bands making a comeback this year, Frankie Bridge has addressed The Saturdays reunion rumours and said "never say never".

The Saturdays shot to fame in the summer of 2007, made up of Frankie Bridge, Una Healy, Rochelle Humes, Mollie King, and Vanessa White. Some of their hit songs include If This Is Love, What About Us, Higher and Up, before their hiatus in 2014.

The likes of Frankie, Mollie and Rochelle have remained heavily in the spotlight and have taken to TV and radio presenting, while Una and Vanessa have gone on to release solo music. But with band reunions, from the hugely popular S Club 7 and Girls Aloud this year alone, speculation has risen on whether The Saturdays could be next in line to announce a comeback.

One fifth of the band and former S Club Junior star, Frankie, 34, spoke exclusively to OK! to address the rumours and it wasn't a stern no! Asking if she would ever return to music, Frankie, who is now a Loose Women panellist, said: "I don't think so now, maybe when I was younger, but I feel like I've ticked a lot of boxes of things I've wanted to do. And being in two pop groups, it doesn't really get much luckier than that and being successful.

"There are no plans for any reunions and I don't think they'd happen anytime soon but obviously they're always there on the table, maybe but other than that, I don't think so." When asking Frankie which band she was referring to, she told us: "I always think more The Saturdays, as S Club Juniors feels forever a go now, but I don't know.

"Never say never, everyone always asks us.

"Obviously when other people perform, when S Club did it, it was like S Club Juniors and then Girls Aloud and then it was The Saturdays. The option is always there but obviously, everyone's got to be on the same page at the same time."

Sharing her favourite part about being in The Saturdays, the star told us: "Just being on tour was just my favourite thing, obviously doing music videos and stuff, it's hard work but the outcome is fun.

"But touring is what it's all about, getting to do an hour and a half live show, every night with an arena full of fans singing your songs back to you, dancing and having dancers and a band, that to me is what it was all about.

"When both bands finished that was the main thing that I was like, 'Oh my god, I'm never going to get to do that again."

Frankie continued: "I don't miss it on a daily basis but then if I go and watch a live show I'm like 'Ah I really want to do it' but only when I'm there."

As well as being a regular panellist on Loose Women, Frankie has delved into the world of fashion having released her own clothing brand F W BRIDGE and regularly shares style tips with her 1.5M Instagram followers in 'Frankie's Faves'. Just recently she joined forces with Impulse to recreate some of the most iconic fashion moments from the 90s as the fragrance welcomed back its legendary 90s scents, Air and O2.

For the occasion, Frankie swapped her usual glam looks for Liz Hurley’s safety pin dress, Geri Halliwell’s Union Jack outfit, Cher Horowitz's two-piece suit from Clueless and Mariah Carey's iconic 'All I Want for Christmas' style. Talking about her nostalgic looks, Frankie told us: "I loved it, it was like being a kid again.

"Obviously, I've always wanted to be a Spice Girl, so being Geri was a lot of fun." With Impulse bringing back their signature 90s fragrance in time for Christmas, Frankie said: "Just smelling the Impulse took me back to my childhood.

"Me and my friends still talk about it, we wish life was as simple at Christmas when you could just pop into Superdrug or something and just buy an Impulse for your friends at Christmas and you were done."

Reflecting back on her childhood, Frankie added: "I look back at the 90s and think how big pop music was back then, we consumed it differently – my kids will never know what it’ll mean to record from the radio."

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