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Una Healy wants The Saturdays reunion even if 'one member' can't join them

Una Healy attends the National Lottery Awards 2019 held at BBC Wood Lane in London. (Photo by Keith Mayhew/SOPA Images/LightRocket via Getty Images)
Una Healy would love to reunite with The Saturdays. (Getty Images)

Una Healy has said she would like to reunite with The Saturdays, even if there was one member who didn't want to be a part of it.

The What About Us singer rose to fame as part of the girlband with Rochelle Humes, Frankie Bridge, Mollie King5 and Vanessa White, before they went their separate ways in 2015.

Healy, 41, told The Sun: "I would love to do something with the girls again. I’m ready for it, any time.

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“It would be best if it was all five. But if everybody isn’t on the same page and there is one that doesn’t want to do it or isn’t feeling it, they shouldn’t be forced into it.

 Una Foden, Vanessa White, Frankie Bridge, Mollie King and Rochelle Humes of The Saturdays attend a photo call at Radio City Live on December 10, 2014 in Liverpool, England.  (Photo by Shirlaine Forrest/WireImage)
The Saturdays Una Healy, Vanessa White, Frankie Bridge, Mollie King and Rochelle Humes split in 2015. (Getty Images)

“It is possible to do it without one member... If there was one that didn’t want to, we wouldn’t force them into it and it’s their decision, but it would be so lovely if it was all five of us.”

Humes - who now hosts This Morning and runs her own family skincare brand My Little Coco - said earlier this year she could not imagine being part of a Saturdays reunion.

She said: "I just can’t imagine doing it... It just feels like a lovely chapter that ended for me.

“I’ve got three kids and there’s so many things I turn down because they just wouldn’t work for my life. And that falls into that category.

“My life’s changed, I have a business – there’s no way I could be on tour."

Phillip Schofield and Rochelle Humes
This Morning host Rochelle Humes said The Saturdays was a closed chapter in her life. (ITV)

Bridge, who is a member of the Loose Women panel, has spoken publicly about her battle with anxiety and depression, and previously confessed she suffered panic attacks while performing with The Saturdays.

She revealed she suffered a panic attack backstage at her first live TV appearance after being discharged from a psychiatric hospital, on BBC’s Children In Need.

She recalled: “I had a panic attack in the toilets because I was so overwhelmed. I felt I looked really sad."

King, 35, is expecting her first child after announcing her pregnancy in June. She is engaged to cricketer Stuart Broad.

Mollie King attends the evian VIP Suite, certified as carbon neutral by The Carbon Trust, at Wimbledon on June 27, 2022 in London, England. (Photo by David M. Benett/Dave Benett/Getty Images for evian)
Mollie King is excepting her first child. (Getty Images)

Healy has just released a new solo single This Is Your Life, which has been 25 years in the making. Now she is raring to go with more fresh tracks.

The singer split from rugby player husband Ben Foden in 2018 after six years of marriage.

They have two children together, daughter Aoife, 10, and son Tadhg, seven.

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Foden married new wife Jackie Belanoff-Smith after just two weeks of dating and on the day his divorce came through.

Watch: Una Healy recalls meeting Rochelle Humes and Mollie King for the first time