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The Saturdays (often referred to as just [[FanNickname "The Sats"]]) are a British girl group that came to prominence after opening for Girls Aloud's Tangled Up Tour in 2008. Despite the girl group scene in The UK being seemingly oversaturated enough with just two other acts (Music/GirlsAloud and {{Sugababes}}), The Saturdays managed to find a niche for themselves, and twelve of their fourteen released singles have gone Top 10 on the British Charts, with one reaching Number One.

The Saturdays are:
* Una Healy
* [[EveryoneLovesBlondes Mollie King]]
* [[FormerChildStar Frankie Sandford]]
* Vanessa White
* [[FormerChildStar Rochelle Wiseman]]

Discography:
* ''Chasing Lights'' (2008)
* ''Wordshaker'' (2009)
** ''[[UpdatedRerelease Headlines]]'' (2010)
* ''[[NewSoundAlbum On Your Radar]]'' (2011)
* ''TBA'' (2013)

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!! The Saturdays provide examples of:
* AlbumTitleDrop: ''On Your Radar'' is named for a line in "All Fired Up".
* BadGirlSong: "Notorious".
* BlondeBrunetteRedhead: Mollie, Rochelle/Vanessa, Una.
** Frankie flip-flops between Blonde and Brunette.
* BreakupSong: Where do we begin... "Keep Her", "Chasing Lights", "Fall", "Lies", "Missing You", "Karma", "Forever is Over", "Ego", "Not Good Enough", just to name a few.
* CelebrityEndorsement: Do this quite a bit, their most notable one being for Veet hair removal.
* ColourCodedCharacters: Often played with, as the artwork for the ''Chasing Lights'' era prominently featured the girls wearing a different color each, though no one colour was specifically assigned to any of them. This is especially prominent in the video for "Up".
* CoverVersion / CharityMotivationSong: The girls released a cover of Depeche Mode's "Just Can't Get Enough" for Comic Relief.
* CreatorBacklash: The group has regarded "If This Is Love" as one of their least favourite songs.
* DancingIsSeriousBusiness: The video for "Higher".
* {{Earworm}}: "I only go... UP, UP."
** "I miss missin' you sometimes..."
** "Forever is [[IncrediblyLongNote ooooooooooover]]"
** Honestly, a good portion of their songs, (their singles especially) are earworms.
* ExhortTheDiscJockeySong: "All Fired Up".
* FieryRedhead: Una, and Vanessa during the "Wordshaker" era.
* FootballFightSong: "All Fired Up". The title is certainly one for this...
* TheGimmick: The color-coded artwork from the "Chasing Lights" era.
* [[GlamorousWartimeSinger Glamourous Wartime Singers]]: The video for "Just Can't Get Enough" plays with this trope as the girls come to life in a calendar. There's also fashion from TheFifties featured as well.
* HardDrinkingPartyGirl: Vanessa.
* HideYourPregnancy: Una for a great deal of the "30 Days" video and Rochelle in the "Gentleman" video.
* InDaClub: Played straight in "Notorious". [[SubvertedTrope Subverted]] in "All Fired Up" in that while the song is about the club, [[LyricsVideoMismatch the video does not take place in one, and is actually rather artsy]].
* OlderThanTheyLook: Una turned 30 in 2011, and is a good bit older than the rest of her bandmates.
** For comparison: Mollie, the second-eldest in the band, is five-six years younger (at 25) and Vanessa, the youngest, is eight (at 22).
* MelismaticVocals: Mainly fom Vanessa, though sometimes from Rochelle and Una.
* {{Meganekko}} / SexySecretary: The video for "Notorious".
* MostCommonSuperPower / RuleOfSexy: The video for "Ego".
* MsFanservice: Arguably all of them.
* MyFriendsAndZoidberg: Poor Vanessa is subject to quite a bit of this. Although she is known by the general public to be [[TropesAreNotBad 'the talented one']].
* NewSoundAlbum: Went from a pop-oriented sound to a more 'ravey' sound in ''On Your Radar''.
* PayEvilUntoEvil: "Karma", and the video for "Ego".
* RealityShow: The Sats received their own (short-lived) TV series, ''Chasing the Saturdays'', on TheENetwork.
* RecordProducer: Steve Mac & Ina Wroldsen have written and produced nearly all of their singles and album tracks.
* RuleSixtyThree: In the video for "Gentleman".
* ShesGotLegs: In the videos for "Up", "Just Can't Get Enough", "Work", "Missing You", "Higher", "Notorious" and "30 Days".
** They also have a tendency to don the [[WhoWearsShortShorts short-shorts]] and [[DangerouslyShortSkirt miniskirts]] in public.
* SillyLoveSongs: Most of their discography is composed of these.
* SingerNamedrop: Flo Rida in Higher:
--> ''Hey, Flo Rida/Frankie, Mollie/Una, Vanessa, Rochelle/Whatcha doin', Saturday girl?''
** Travie [=McCoy=] does this for himself and The Saturdays during his feature in "The Way You Watch Me".
* SpeedDating: In the video for "30 Days". Though Una and Rochelle are clearly doing it for kicks, as Una shows off her baby bump and Rochelle her engagement ring to guys they don't particularly like.
* SpiritualSuccessor: Considered to be this to Girls Aloud by some, especially after the latter group's disbandment in March 2013.
** Brian Higgins, the brains behind Girls Aloud's music, wrote and produced "All Fired Up."
** "Gentleman" has also been described as a song befitting Girls Aloud's discography.
* ThreeMinutesOfWrithing: "Just Can't Get Enough", "Work", "Notorious".
* TheShowMustGoOn: Despite being pregnant during, [[PregnantBadass Una still performed at every date of their All Fired Up Tour]].
* WeMeetAgain: Rochelle and Frankie previously worked together in the pop group S Club 8/S Club Juniors.
* YourCheatingHeart: "Keep Her", "Karma", "Lies".
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