Friday, 27 August 2010

The Saturdays FINALLY stop having fun long enough to get some work done

By Mail Online Reporter

Ready to work: A casually-dressed Saturdays (L-R) Frankie Sandford, Vanessa White and Rochelle Wiseman arrived at a Los Angeles studio


In the four days they've been in Los Angeles,The Saturdays have kept themselves occupied with shopping, hanging out on the beach and enjoying the food.

So after all that fun, it was finally time for the five-piece to get serious and head to the studio.

Three thirds of the girl group - Frankie Sandford, Vanessa White and Rochelle Wiseman were spotted heading to a studio in LA on Wednesday morning.

After showing off their fashion prowess earlier this week in a variety of cute outfits, this time round the group were a bit more casual, perhaps in anticipation of the designer outfits waiting for them in the studio.

While Frankie teamed her newly lightened hair with a baggy black vest and host pink shorts, Rochelle opted for a pair of comfy orange tracksuit bottoms.

The group's youngest member Vanessa was wearing a pair of trendy harem pants and a sheer baby pink T-shirt and pistachio-coloured pumps.


Casual: Frankie and Vanessa looked like they were enjoying being in the Californian sun as they walked to the studio


Their trip to the studio came a day after the enjoyed fun in the sun on Venice Beach.
In scenes reminiscent of Girls Aloud's visit to the same spot a few years back, Britain's hottest girl group played around on bikes and roller blades, after enjoying a hearty American breakfast.

Dressed in summery playsuits, shorts and minidresses, the girls were all dressed for maximum sun exposure, and ready for the blading and biking action.

Marvin Humes of JLS joined Rochelle and the girls on the popular beach which is a destination for all visitors to the sunshine state.


Scream if you wanna go faster: Frankie Sandford hitches a ride on the back of The Saturdays bandmate Rochelle Wiseman as they enjoyed some free time on Venice Beach


Lazy rider: Frankie let Rochelle take the strain on a pink low-rider bike


He surprised his girlfriend of eight months by jetting to meet her from New York.
The Saturdays flew out to LA on Monday to shoot their latest video for their new single Higher and are also being followed round by a camera crew filming their new ITV2 documentary The Saturdays: 24/7.

Mollie said of the four-part show, which starts tonight: 'I really can't wait for everyone to see the documentary. It's going to be really, really good.

'You get to see everything, maybe even a little bit more than you want to...'
Currently in LA to film their latest video, the five piece made sure they started the day off with a huge breakfast at the popular Griddle Cafe in West Hollywood.


Look mom no hands! Mollie King and Vanessa White prove to be pros at blading as they skate along with ease


Jill of all trades: Sporty Una Healy tried both blading and biking in the sunny California heat


The Griddle, located on Sunset Boulevard, is one of Los Angeles's most popular breakfast spots with both celebrities and locals alike.

They're known for their over-sized pancakes with 100 per cent pure maple syrup from Vermont.

And the girls showed they weren't about to bow to pressure to conform to Hollywood's size zero culture anytime soon as they chowed down on a hearty American breakfast.

Vanessa White was particularly excited about her pancakes, Tweeting: 'About to have a pancake LA style... exciteddd... with berries too.'


Chowing down: The Saturdays enjoyed a hearty American breakfast at Los Angeles hotspot The Griddle Cafe in Hollywood


Gossip: The girls dished the dirt over Sex And The City style over pancakes


But perhaps a more traditional Rochelle wasn't so pleased with hers, admitting she missed baked beans with her breakfast.

She wrote: 'I love it here but, I miss baked beans at breakfast. Ha ha.'

Meanwhile, the girls have confirmed they're playing at the Help For Heroes fundraising concert on Sunday 12th September, alongside Robbie Williams, James Blunt, Alesha Dixon, Enrique Iglesias and Alexandra Burke.

Over 60,000 fans are expected to attend the fundraising tribute to the UK Armed Forces at Twickenham Stadium.


Lovebirds: Marvin Humes later joined his girlfriend Rochelle and her bandmates at Venice Beach for a cycle


Doing it for the squaddies: The girls will perform at the Help For Heroes fundraising concert September12th


source: dailymail

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