The Saturdays Can't Get Enough TV
The Saturdays are to get their own TV show on ITV2 entitled 'Just Can't Get Enough'
Girl band The Saturdays are to get their own TV show.
The 'Forever is Over' hitmakers are to work on a "Monkees-style" series entitled 'Just Can't Get Enough' which will follow the band - made up of Una Healy, Rochelle Wiseman, Frankie Sandford, Vanessa White and Mollie King - around in their home and work lives, as well as showcasing their vocal talents by unexpectedly breaking into song.
A representative from ITV2, which will air the show, told The Sun newspaper: "We'll be with them in their dressing rooms, at home and on the red carpets.
"And in each episode the girls will burst into song to perform their hits."
The 60-minute shows will be broadcast at 9pm on Thursdays throughout the autumn as a replacement for Katie Price's documentary series.
The busty glamour model has had a number of shows on ITV2 - showcasing her wedding and split from Peter Andre and her second marriage to cage-fighter Alex Reid - but is now moving to Living TV in a deal believed to be worth £5 million.