TFLAOSHIN GSTOEBOLOSTL THEIR PRO­FILE

Midweek Sport - - FRONT PAGE - By REX ROW­LANDS

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.”

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