'''The Saturdays''' (sometimes referred to as [[FanNickname "The Sats"]]) are a British-Irish {{girl group}} consisting of Una Healy, Mollie King, Frankie Bridge (née Sandford), Rochelle Humes (née Wiseman), and Vanessa White [[note]](2007 -- 2017)[[/note]].

Formed in 2007, The Saturdays first gained attention by opening for Music/GirlsAloud and Music/TheJonasBrothers at various concerts throughout 2008.

Shortly thereafter, they released their first single "If This Is Love", which peaked within the UK top ten. Their debut album ''Chasing Lights'' soon followed, boasting further hit singles "Up", "Issues", and "Work". During this time, they also released a cover of Music/DepecheMode's "Just Can't Get Enough" for the UsefulNotes/ComicRelief.

''Wordshaker'', their sophomore effort, was released less than a year later. Though it roughly matched the success of their debut, some considered ''Wordshaker'' a disappointment, and it only spawned two singles. Perhaps in response to this, an {{updated rerelease}} called ''Headlines!'' was issued months after, featuring a revised tracklisting and new songs.

The Saturdays released their third album, ''On Your Radar'', in 2011. Featuring a more electronic-dance sound than their previous works, it spawned one of their most popular singles "All Fired Up", [[TitleDrop a lyric from which named the album itself]].

In 2013, The Saturdays attempted to break into the American music market with a {{reality show}} on {{Creator/E}}! called ''Chasing The Saturdays'', complemented by an internationally-released EP of the same name. Though the endeavor [[StillbornFranchise wasn't exactly]] successful for them, the EP ''did'' produce the single "What About Us", which gave The Saturdays their first-ever #1 in the UK.

Their fourth studio album ''Living for The Weekend'' was also released later in 2013, featuring "What About Us" and a handful of other singles of varying success. In 2014, they released their first {{greatest hits album}}, ''Finest Selection''. Though the album itself charted well, its lead single "What Are You Waiting For?" was a flop.

As of 2017, the group is on hiatus and focusing on individual projects. Una released a solo album, ''The Waiting Game'', and served as a coach on ''Series/TheVoice of Ireland'' for its final two seasons. Rochelle has focused on television presenting, hosting shows like ''[[Series/TheXFactor The Xtra Factor]]'' and ''Series/NinjaWarrior UK''. Mollie has released two singles with an album on the way, and is participating on the 2017 edition of ''Series/StrictlyComeDancing'', following Frankie's successful stint on the show in 2014. Frankie herself hasn't released any solo music since the group's hiatus, opting to focus on her family with her husband, rugby player Wayne Bridge. Vanessa has released a total of three solo [=EP=]s since 2014, and confirmed her departure from the group in 2017.

!! Discography:
* ''Chasing Lights'' (2008)
* ''Wordshaker'' (2009)
** ''[[UpdatedRerelease Headlines]]'' (2010)
* ''On Your Radar'' (2011)
* ''Chasing The Saturdays'' EP (2013)
* ''Living For The Weekend'' (2013)
* ''Finest Selection: The {{Greatest Hits|Album}}'' (2014)

!! The Saturdays provide examples of:
* AlbumTitleDrop: ''On Your Radar'' is named for a line in "All Fired Up".
* AnIcePerson: Rochelle in the video for "Ego".
* AWildRapperAppears: Music/FloRida in "Higher" and Sean Paul in "What About Us".
* BadGirlSong: "Notorious".
* BeachEpisode: The video for "What Are You Waiting For".
* 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 colour each, though no one colour was specifically assigned to any of them. This is especially prominent in the video for "Up".
* ContemptibleCover: The thumbnail for the "Ego" music video on the group's official Youtube account features Una with her cleavage in full display.
* CoverVersion / CharityMotivationSong: The girls released a cover of Depeche Mode's "Just Can't Get Enough" for Comic Relief.
* DancingIsSeriousBusiness: The video for "Higher".
* {{Earworm}}: A good portion of their songs, mainly their singles.
* 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 portray classic [[TheFifties '50s pin-up girls]] coming to life in a calendar.
* HairOfGoldHeartOfGold: Mollie, the main/sole blonde of the group, has been described by her bandmates as "innocent", "always happy", and "[like] a princess".
-->'''Mollie:''' The girls refer to me as a Disney character, but Iím not. I donít think lifeís a fairy tale, but I do like to see the good in situations.
* HardDrinkingPartyGirl: Vanessa.
* IdiosyncraticEpisodeNaming: Every episode of their shortlived E! reality show ''Chasing The Saturdays'' has a title in the form of a Twitter hashtag, and also has "Sat" in there somewhere ("[=#UnitedSatsOfAmerica=]," "[=#DeepFriedSats=]," "[=#SatsForever=]" etc).
* 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 is the oldest of the group, at 36 (as of 2017). For comparison, Mollie, the second-eldest in the band, is five-six years younger (at 30) and Vanessa, the youngest, is eight (at 28).
* MelismaticVocals: Mainly from 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 vocal powerhouse']].
* 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 {{Creator/E}}.
* RecordProducer: Steve Mac & Ina Wroldsen have written and produced nearly all of their singles and album tracks.
* RuleSixtyThree: The video for "Gentleman", in which the girls play [[ScrewYourself both the wives and the husbands]].
* SharpDressedMan: The husband versions of the girls in the "Gentleman" video.
* ShesGotLegs: Pretty prevalent with them, as they tend to don [[WhoWearsShortShorts short-shorts]] and [[DangerouslyShortSkirt miniskirts]] in public, and their legs are given a healthy amount of screentime in many of their videos ("Up", "Just Can't Get Enough", "Work", "Missing You", "Higher", "Notorious", "30 Days", and so on).
* SillyLoveSongs: Way too many to keep track of.
* 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", although Frankie (who was, at that time, almost a year into her relationship with Wayne Bridge), Una (then pregnant with her second child, son Tadhg John), and Rochelle (who's visibly sporting her engagement ring throughout the video) are clearly just doing it for kicks.
* 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.
** Also, given that Rochelle is married to JLS's Marvin Humes, it's safe to say that the girls are, at the very least, acquainted with the JLS boys in some degree, which makes the fact that Mollie and Aston Merrygold are both participating in the 2017 series of ''Series/StrictlyComeDancing'' all the more amusing.
* WholeCostumeReference: Housewife!Una in the video for "Gentleman" is characterized in a way that is reminiscent of Creator/MarilynMonroe during the iconic "Diamonds Are a Girl's Best Friend" scene from ''Film/GentlemenPreferBlondes''.
* YourCheatingHeart: "Keep Her", "Karma", "Lies".