Meet (below) from right to left: Mollie, Una, Vanessa, Rochelle and Frankie of The Saturdays. Now that you’ve seen what they look like, would you like to know how to date them? Here’s what they revealed in this month's mag:
How to date…
Status: Living with Northampton scrum-half Ben Foden.
Drink: “I love wine but that’s not the best thing for a night out, so I try to drink vodka.”
Method of approach: “The most important thing is to be funny.”
Don’t: “I don’t like really cocky guys – a bit of shyness would be cute.”
Talk about: “Music. It’s strange if someone doesn’t love music.”
Shots: “I’m a real lightweight. I can be fine and then suddenly I’ll be hammered. It’s a shot that will do it to me.”
Food: “I love coming in and making toast – toast and tea.”
Drink: “I don’t really drink, so when I feel like a wild night out I’ll go for a full-fat Coca-Cola.”
Method of approach: “I like a bit of lingering eye contact and then they have to come over because there’s no way I’ll go over.”
Don’t: “Compliments are a bit cheesy. I’d much prefer it if they came over and had some good banter. That would go down better than, ‘Oh, I love your dress.’”
Talk about: “This is going to sound lame, but X Factor. But they can’t come over to me and ask about cars because I don’t know what I’ve got. I’ll just say, ‘Er it’s blue…’”
Shots: “No thanks!”
Food: “When I get back, I go straight for toast and Marmite – loads of butter and white bread.”
Status: Dating Adam from X Factor failures Futureproof.
Drink: “Vodka tonic.”
Method of approach: “I think you’d find it hard to approach me. I don’t give anyone the time of day unless you’re my friend or a friend of a friend.”
Don’t: “I don’t like someone if they’re really arrogant or really think they’re great... although it can be quite funny to watch.”
Talk about: “Not much, but I’d say music.”
Shots: “A shot’s a shot to me – they all do the same thing. I just try not to taste it.”
Food: “Chinese food!”
Status: Dating Charlton Athletic keeper Darren Randolph. Their dog is called Tiger Randolph.
Method of approach: “A bit of eye contact doesn’t go amiss. A chat-up line could be
a bit cringey.”
Don’t: “I don’t like someone who’s a game player. A sense of humour is key.”
Talk about: “Fashion… or politics. Okay, I’m being a bit sarcastic!”
Shots: “I do always have a sneaky sambuca at some point in the night.”
Food: “There’s a good 24-hour Chinese near my house. I’m always heading there.”
Status: Dating the one who looks a bit like a possum from McFly.
Drink: “Vodka and lemonade, or Baileys.”
Method of approach: “Coming over and taking the piss is the best way. If someone’s funny, that’s great. The first thing someone says to you is the biggest thing.”
Don’t: “I don’t like someone who takes themselves too seriously and I don’t like it if someone looks like they’ve made too much of an effort.”
Talk about: “Music.”
Shots: “I’ve done one shot in my life, and it was Archers. It wasn’t great. I’m a bit scared of shots. I don’t like sick and shots equal sick.”
Food: “If I’m being bad I do like a a big cheese burger with no ketchup.”
FRANKIE’S PROFILE HERE
FRANKIE’S GALLERY HERE
For more Saturdays chatter, get the February 2010 issue of FHM:
It has The Saturdays on the cover, plus a rundown of 2010’s hottest new girls featuring the new Keeley, Dr Who’s new assistant, the new Megan Fox and Victoria’s new secret. There’s also an idiot-proof guide to the New Year including a handy guide to where terrorists might strike next, some fighting with girls, and an extensive guide to a year’s worth of movies, TV shows, computer games, trainers and todger problems. Basically, it’s brilliant.
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