Frankie Bridge reveals the truth about the future of The Saturdays - EXCLUSIVE

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Frankie Bridge has confirmed that The Saturdays are taking an indefinite break, however, says that she wouldn’t rule out a reunion in the future.

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Speaking exclusively to Yahoo Celebrity at Superdrug’s #FeelGood Salon for Marie Curie, the pop star says the band are currently taking time out to pursue their own projects.

“We are technically on a break but we haven’t split up, and we all still get on – so there was no need to split officially,” she told us, adding:

“We’ve been together seven years, which is so long for a band. So we just wanted to give each other space to do our own things.

"Then if we want to do something together again in the future then we can. Hopefully one day in the future we will.”

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Asked if the band feel a responsibility to stay together for their fans, Frankie said that she wasn’t worried because fans of The Saturdays are aware of the nature of the music industry.

“People know how it works, pop groups come and go – our fans will move on to someone else. And we are all still around – I still get messages from fans saying they like what i’m doing now but miss seeing us together. But people have their favourites so people can enjoy seeing us do our own things,” she said.

The singer went on to deny that the girls are competitive with each other, insisting that jealousy has never been an issue for the band.

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“I don’t think any of them get competitive – the good thing is we are all quite different because we want to do different things. We’ve never had a problem like we all want the same dress, we have been really fortunate like that.”

And on the subject of her ever changing ‘do, the 27-year-old said not to expect a return of her famous asymmetric crop.

“The Saturdays haven’t split up but that short hair was very much me in The Saturdays – it reminds me of that time so now it’s about finding a new identity,” she told us.

Frankie Bridge is once again supporting the Superdrug and P&G #FeelSuper Campaign, which last year raised £200,000 for Marie Curie in 2015.

From 21st September to 18th October, each time you buy selected P&G products in a Superdrug store nationwide or at Superdrug.com, including brands such as Max Factor, Olay, Gillette Pantene and many more, P&G will make a donation to Marie Curie. One product = One donation

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