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The young actors were joined by Val Chmerkovskiy, Corbin Bleu and wife Sasha Clements, Amber Stevens West, Frankie Grande, Anna Camp, and Lily Tomlin.
A picture of the five – Una Foden, Frankie Bridge, Rochelle Humes, Vanessa White and Mollie King – together was posted on Instagram, as they celebrated the marriage of industry friends Levi Jackson and Sarah Foreman.
, which also produced top 10 hits—"Missing You" and "Higher", which featured guest vocals from Flo Rida.
The Headlines Tour was the group's second concert tour.
The Saturdays are a British-Irish girl group based in London, England.
The group formed during the summer of 2007 and have been on hiatus since 2014.
Their third album, On Your Radar, was released in 2011 and saw the release of two top 10 singles—"Notorious" and "All Fired Up".
After the release of "Ego", The Saturdays decided to release their first mini album in 2010, Headlines!They released their debut album, Chasing Lights, in 2008 and charted at number nine on the UK Albums Chart.It was accredited platinum certification by the BPI and also produced three more top ten singles—"Up", "Issues" and "Just Can't Get Enough". The group's first concert tour, The Work Tour, took place in 2009.'He's just been having a tough time lately and needed a few weeks rest so he's fighting fit and ready to slap that bass for you on tour.' Dougie meanwhile hasn't posted on his Twitter page since February 14.
The Priory, which has a number of locations around the UK, is one of the country's leading private clinics dealing with mental health issues, as well as treating addictions, and offers psychological and psychiatric services.The Saturdays were formed in June 2007 after auditions were held to find members for the group.The group was put together through the record label Polydor Records which meant they would have an instant record deal and were signed to Fascination Records, a sub-label of Polydor."What About Us" was released as the follow-up single from the album and became The Saturdays' first number-one single on the UK singles chart, selling 114,000 copies in the first week of release. "Disco Love", which went straight in at number five on the official UK charts, became their thirteenth top ten hit.