The Saturdays are upset at Girls Aloud split

The Saturdays are upset at Girls Aloud split

Girl group The Saturdays were saddened by the news their contemporaries Girls Aloud have called time on their career as a band, but revealed they won’t follow the same path.

The Saturdays were upset by Girls Aloud splitting up.

Rochelle Humes said the girl group – which helped launch the careers of its members Cheryl Cole, Nadine Coyle, Sarah Harding, Nicola Roberts and Kimberley Walsh – marked a moment in time when they announced their break-up on Wednesday (20.03.13).

They recently completed a reunion tour to celebrate their tenth anniversary after a three year hiatus.

The singer told the Daily Star newspaper: “It’s the end of an era I went to see them on the ‘Ten’ tour and I’m like, ‘Why are you splitting up?’ It was such a good show.”

Fellow ‘What About Us’ hitmaker Una Healy agreed with her Saturdays band mate who also has fond memories of their contemporaries.

She reminisced: “We supported them on their arena tour five years ago. It’s so sad.”

However, the group are determined not to tread the same path, although Vanessa White admitted they do need a break at some point.

She explained: “I feel like we’ve got loads left. At the moment we would like some time off, but there’s no time in the schedule.”