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To celebrate the 'All Fired Up' singer's birthday join Capital as we take a look back at some of the best moments from The Saturdays star.
The Saturdays star was born on 21st March 1989.
Before she joined The Saturdays, Rochelle was apart of the S Club Juniors - who eventually became S Club 8, with her band mate Frankie Sandford. The group went on to have seven hit singles and made two studio albums before parting ways in 2005.
Alongside her former band mate Frankie Sandford, Rochelle teamed up with Una Healy, Mollie King and Vanessa White to form The Saturdays. The girl group rose to fame with their hit debut single 'If This Is Love' back in 2007.
Rochelle is all smiles as she poses with her beloved dog Pudding. Picture: Twitter
The 'Up' star is currently engaged to JLS star Marvin Humes and the couple announced the good news during a festive break at the end of 2011. She tweeted: "Its official Marvin proposed 2me 2day,wanted 2 tell u b4 some1 else did!SO excited 2 b Mrs Humes.x" Picture: Twitter
The singer is a keen user of her Twitter account and constantly keeps fans up to date with the latest news of the band and gives them an insight into her life. Picture: Twitter
Last year, we invited the girls along to Capital HQ where they were put in charge for the day. Rochelle even sat down to interview her band mate Mollie King as part of the special take over day. Pic: Dan Dennison
The star is a keen fashion follower and always keeps photographers happy with her stylish clothes and beaming smile. here she is attending the KTZ fashion show as part of London Fashion Week.
As part of The Saturdays, the group have already had an amazing career releasing 13 smash singles and three studio albums.
The Saturdays always leave their fans wowed on tour and recently hit back at JLS who commented on the amount of injuries they had sustained on their current '4th Dimension' tour. Rochelle and the girls told the lads to "man up". Picture: Getty