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18 May 2012, 17:09
The 'All Fired Up' singer says her bandmates have threatened to set up a dating profile for her online.
The Saturdays star Mollie King says she struggles to find men to date and has joked that she might start using internet dating sites instead.
The 'Notorious' singer split from boyfriend David Gandy back in February, and revealed that she finds it hard to meet new people she would want to start dating.
"I don't really know where I can meet people!" Mollie revealed during her interview on ITV's Lorraine today (18th May).
Mollie fellow band member Frankie Sanford joked that the rest of The Saturdays are already planning to set her up on an internet dating website
"We're going to set her up on online dating!" Frankie promised, before Rochelle also added: "There's even ones for men in uniforms now'.
Mollie then added: "Bring me a nice sailor and I'm, yes, Ahoy!"
The Saturdays released their brand new single '30 Days' this week and are expected to chart on the Vodafone Big Top 40 this Sunday (20th May).