Frankie Bridge rules out Saturdays reunion
Frankie Bridge has ruled out a Saturdays reunion because she is tired of being in a band
Frankie Bridge has ruled out a Saturdays reunion.
The 27-year-old singer - who was also previously a member of S Club Juniors - admitted that she doesn't miss performing and has no interest in music right now.
She told Fabulous magazine: "I've done the same thing for so long.
"I know how fortunate I've been to be in two successful bands, but I was getting to the point where I'd be performing and thinking about what I was going to have for lunch.
"I never got to be in musical theatre, so I maybe want to do that at some point. But not so much music - unless I get the bug back. You have to dedicate a lot of time, and at the minute that's just not what I want to do."
However, Frankie's bandmate Una Healy recently insisted the group - which is also comprised of Mollie King, Rochelle Humes and Vanessa White - will reunite when the "time is right" and if their fans want them to.
The British girl group have been on hiatus since March 2015, but the 'All Fired Up' hitmaker hasn't ruled out the possibility of getting back together, despite three of them launching solo careers.
Speaking exclusively to BANG Showbiz of a possible reunion, she said: "It's definitely not off the cards. We haven't made any definite plans but we always said we would come back together when the time is right.
"Right now is not the time for any of us because we are all starting out on our own ventures.
"We all support each other and when the time is right, If our fans want to see us back together again, I for one hope that day comes but I don't know when that will be."
The Irish beauty has hinted that while she is not sure when they'll get back together it will most likely be in 15 or even 20 years time when they celebrate reaching an anniversary milestone.
She told the Daily Star newspaper: "It's usually when a band is celebrating 15 or 20 years, but it would be a while before we get to that point.
"It will be more interesting then too because of our solo careers."