The Saturdays don't want Kardashian comparisons
The Saturdays insist they aren't the ''new Kardashians'' despite their reality show and want to be known for their music rather than being on TV.
The Saturdays insist they aren't the ''new Kardashians'' despite their reality show.
The UK girl group have are keen to break America this year with the debut of their TV show 'Chasing The Saturdays', but Rochelle Humes claims their ambitions are rooted in their music.
The 23-year-old beauty said: ''We aren't the new Kardashians - we're nothing like them. We love their show, but what do they do? We've performed professionally for years.
''People used to call us 'the new Girls Aloud', and we have worked with them and they are lovely, but if we are the new anything then 'the new Spice Girls' gets us more excited.''
The show - which follows the five-piece as they invade America while recording their new album in Hollywood - looks to prove the real friendship within the group, highlighted by their almost sister-like relationship.
Vanessa White, 23, revealed: ''We take the mickey out of each other all the time. That's our relationship. We give Mollie [King] a terrible time when we see her talking to the mirror saying, 'Hello! My name is Mollie, nice to meet you!'''
Mollie was quick to offer a jokey rebuttal, cementing their light-hearted - but deep - friendships.
The blonde beauty - who is also joined in the band by Una Healy and Frankie Sandford - added: ''Well, there's no point standing still in front of a mirror, because you don't know what you look like in motion. So I walk and talk a bit. It really is like being sisters; we can't fool each other. We're aware of the tiniest changes.''
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