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POP babes The Saturdays have been told to KEEP flashing their knickers as it helps sell records.
The girls released their third album All Fired Up this week and now record company bosses hope to capitalise on their pantie-baring antics for some much-needed publicity. According to industry insiders, the starlets have been told to flash even MORE flesh — using what’s called the “Girls Aloud method”.
Asenior mole at the band’s Polydor record label said: “The girls are competing in the busiest market.
“There’s a lot more music being released now than there was when the girls started three years ago. So they’ve got to work hard to get themselves noticed.
“And the publicity department have noticed the band gets more media attention whenever they’re wearing skimpy outfits.
“In the business, it’s known as the Girls Aloud method — like the tactics they used after winning Popstars: The Rivals.
“It’s handy as they just can’t stop flashing their pants!”
The band — Una Healey, 29, Mollie King, 24, Vanessa White, 23, and Rochelle Wiseman and Frankie Sandford, both 22 — are happy with bosses’ instructions.
And they reckon the new album is by far their best yet, so they’re determined to go ALL OUT to promote it.
The i nsider added: “ They’re happy to dress up sexy to get people buying their records.
“And if that means flashing their boobs and gussets that’s fine.”