The Saturdays Discuss Neighbors’ Sex Noises & UK/LA Time Difference

The Saturdays post-show interview with Frankie Sandford, Mollie King, Rochelle Wiseman, Una Healy and Vanessa White

‘Chasing The Saturdays’ Episode 2 ‘#SatsCriesAndVideotape’ Post-Show Party on VEVO LIFT featured Terrence Jenkins talking to Frankie Sandford, Mollie King, Rochelle Wiseman, Una Healy and Vanessa White about the show. The girls talked about the time difference when phoning loved ones in the UK, how Rochelle and Vanessa dealt with their neighbors always making noise while love making, and the hot temperatures they dealt with filming their ‘What About Us’ music video.

Sharing details about her tearful phone call with boyfriend Gary, Vanessa said, “I think it was more frustration at the fact that I couldn’t really get through to him and the time difference and everything else. It’s a bit crazy. We got over that. We kept missing each other. That’s what it was. It was just annoying.”

Explaining about how she deals with the time difference in the UK and Los Angeles, Rochelle said, “It’s not easy. When we’re working so much and we get a break. Then you go to ring and you remember, ‘Oh it’s like three in the morning there and they’re asleep.'”

Talking about her sex mad neighbors, Rochelle said, “We were on the roof one day and Vanessa was calling out, ‘Is anyone having sex on her floor?!’ I was like, ‘Oh my god.’ It was a little bit awkward and I was like ‘Vanessa, please don’t ask. I don’t want to see them. I don’t want to put a face to the groans.'”

In how they dealt with 110 degree temperatures while filming their music video, Mollie said, “It was a heat wave and we were out in the Valley, which everyone tells us is particularly hot, so we were boiling, weren’t we? We were sweating, which is not a good look for anyone.”

Watch the interview via YouTube below.

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