The Saturdays 'All Fired Up' Video Secrets
Frankie and the girls reveal what went on behind the scenes on their 'hot and sweaty' video shoot for single 'All Fired Up'.
1. All Fired Up Single Video Shoot Secrets
Mollie almost did it in her underwear! Mollie explains: "I had to change my original outfit because my manager thought it was too revealing. A bloke walked in and apologised because he thought I was in my underwear!"
2. All Fired Up Single Video Shoot Secrets
The girls in rubber aren't The Saturdays! Frankie explains: "Everyone thought the dancers dressed in rubber in the weater were us, but it's not us at all!"
3. All Fired Up Single Video Shoot Secrets
The Saturdays always make sure they have sexy men and loads of food on their shoots. "There's always pizza. We don't ask for it, but there's always loads of guys working on set and pizza is just easy," says Vanessa.
4. All Fired Up Single Video Shoot Secrets
The girls didn't rehearse! "We were supposed to sing everything at double speed for some of the special effects. We said we'd practice but we didn't bother because we thought we knew the song so well. But when we tried it our faces looked really weird so we had to scrap that," admits Frankie.
5. All Fired Up Single Video Shoot Secrets
There was a surprise celebrity guest! "I bumped into Noel Fielding on the set. He was shooting something in the next studio," says Mollie.
6. All Fired Up Single Video Shoot Secrets
Mollie wasn't the only one whose outfit was deemed too revealing. "They had to change my outfit last minute because my boobs were hanging out, " says Rochelle. "I actually preferred my back-up option."
7. All Fired Up Single Video Shoot Secrets
To get them through the gruelling shoot the girls relied on sugar fixes. "We ate chocolate puddings and apple crumble to keep going," said Frankie.
8. All Fired Up Single Video Shoot Secrets
"The video was filmed in July so it was very hot and sweaty, and everything was running late and it took ages to film. Normally on a video shoot it takes a whole day, but for 'All Fired Up' we worked from five in the morning til one o'clock the following morning!"