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The Saturdays quizzed on their own lyrics!
Three-fifths of The Saturdays: can they handle a lyrics test?
Pop groups have to sing their songs over and over and over again, countless times, at gigs, TV appearances and rehearsals.
They should know the lyrics to their own songs so well, they can recite them in their sleep and guess them from the first mention of a word of any line, of any song they sing. In theory.
We were lucky enough to get the chance to meet the lovely ladies from The Saturdays, and quiz them (well, three of them - Rochelle, Una and Vanessa) on their very own song lyrics, Buzzcocks style.
How well do you think they did?
Watch the video and see how well the girls get on with their own lyrics!
It appears that Vanessa was the strongest contender with Una the weakest when it comes to lyrical testing. But at least she can blame it on the 'baby brain'.
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On the odd occasion when they really do sing and not lip-synch you would think they would remember the lyrics to their songs like other half decent singers, imagine groups like U2 or Coldplay for example forgetting what to sing.
It raises doubts as to their real talent or indeed if they really write their own material or have it written for them.
don't like them . . . . never did like them . . . . . . Never will like them, they are really bad.
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