The Saturdays' Frankie Sandford Excited To Play Summertime Ball 2013 - Audio
8 June 2013, 14:14
The 'All Fired Up' singer says the girls will be loving singing outside in the sun for Capital's gig.
The Saturdays star Frankie Sandford says she can't wait to perform with her bandmates at the Capital FM Summertime Ball 2013 this weekend.
The 'What About Us' stars will take to the stage at Wembley Stadium on Sunday (9th June) in front of 80,000 fans, and Frankie says the girls love to play open-air gigs like the Capital FM event.
"It's really nice for us to do the Summertime Ball!" Frankie exclusively told Capital FM this week, ahead of the band's performance this coming Sunday. "Because the [Jingle Bell Ball] at Christmas is fun but it's nice to be outside with the sun!"
Frankie also joked that it will be great playing at Wembley Stadium because it's "just that really small venue", referring to the stadium's 80,000 person capacity for the Summertime Ball this year.
Band member Rochelle Wiseman teased fans this week when she tweeted them from The Saturdays' rehearsal for the show, and promised them they are "in for a treat".
Check out a picture of The Saturdays out at the Glamour Music Awards 2013 below (Credit: PA):
The UK girl band recently topped the Vodafone Big Top 40 with their Sean Paul featuring hit 'What About Us', and are now readying new single 'Gentleman'.
The Capital FM Summertime Ball 2013 takes place Sunday 9th June at Wembley Stadium and boasts a line-up including artists like Labrinth, Olly Murs, Taylor Swift and Robbie Williams.
Listen to Frankie Sandford from The Saturdays talking about playing the Capital FM Summertime Ball 2013 this weekend below:
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