The Saturdays are a happy family
The Saturdays have revealed they surprised producers on their new reality show as they didn't argue and bicker with each other, appearing more like a supportive family.
The Saturdays surprised producers on their reality show by not falling out.
The 'What About Us' girl band - consisting of Una Healy, Rochelle Humes, Mollie King, Frankie Sandford and Vanessa White - are set to appear in their own E! reality show, 'Chasing The Saturdays', about attempts to crack the US charts, and while producers hoped to capture the bandmates bickering, they were left disappointed.
Quizzed by OK! magazine on if they ever fall out, Rochelle, 23, said: ''Not with each other. It's usually us against the world!''
Frankie, 24, added: ''The people at E! said they thought they would capture some band dramas, but they said that actually, at the end of it, they got something different to what they expected.''
While the cameras may have been hoping to catch the band mid-catfight, the harmonious five-piece feel the finished product will be positive viewing for their young female fans.
Frankie said: ''It's nice to see five girls getting on and supporting each other. We think it's nice for other girls to see that too. We're like family.''
However, Una, 31, does admit it will be daunting to watch the show back.
She added: ''You switch off to it [having cameras around], but I think I'll probably look back and think, 'I can't believe I said all that in front of the camera.' ''
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