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Their second single, 'Automatic High', and third, 'New Direction', also reached number two. They changed their name to S Club 8 as they got older and released a second album, 'Sundown', in 2003 before splitting in 2005.
Frankie joined The Saturdays in 2007 alongside another former S Club 8 member Rochelle Humes nee Wiseman and released debut single 'If This Is Love' in 2008 as well as their platinum debut album 'Chasing Lights'.
They released their highest charting single 'I Just Can't Get Enough', a cover of the song by Depeche Mode, at number 2 in 2009.
One Direction's Harry Styles has claimed that Simon Cowell turns to him for advice on girls, dating and romance.
Teenage Harry is a big hit with girls across the world and told The Mirror that Simon wants to use his own Romeo to help him out when he gets stuck in a sticky situation."I spoke to Simon just the other day. He's 52 but he's still got a lot to learn about the ladies." Hartry told the paper. He knows about the game."Shakira: 'I couldn't go completely nude'Kanye West Gets New Girlfriend Frankie Sandford To Become A Bride?
He'll be halfway through a text to his lady, and he'll say 'How do I end the message? Adding: "I tell him to take his time and not rush into anything."Niall Horan verified Harry's role as the Russell Brand of the band, stating: "Harry is the guy to go to for love stuff.
Frankie Sandford (born Francesca Sandford, ) Frankie Sandford is an English singer and a member of the girlband The Saturdays.
Childhood: Frankie Sandford was born in Upminster, London. She attended a private dance school after school before leaving to enrol at a Romford stage school to study musical arts.
Her previous jobs include working in a bar and as a sales assistant in a clothes shop.