Frankie Sandford makes own mistakes
The Saturdays star Frankie Sandford likes to give her friends an honest opinion but says she never seeks advice herself.
Frankie Sandford refuses to take advice.
The Saturdays singer - who is now romancing soccer player Wayne Bridge following the demise of her two-year relationship with McFly bassist Dougie Poynter - says people come to her if they want an honest opinion on their situation, but she prefers to learn from her own mistakes.
She said: "All my friends say they come to me when they want to hear the truth. I will say it how it is.
"Personally, I like to learn my own lessons. And when people are like, 'He's a bad guy, he's a player', I don't listen.
"Every player eventually meets someone who makes them stop f***ing around. Everyone deserves a chance."
Despite her views, Frankie loves catching up with her bandmates - Vanessa White, Rochelle Wiseman, Una Healy and Mollie King - and admits they discuss everything in their lives.
She told more! magazine: "We're all so loud. Mollie is the loudest when we go out - and she doesn't even drink.
"We talk about everything. Mainly just a load of crap.
"In the morning, you kind of think, 'That made sense last night but it doesn't now.' "