Meet Rochelle Wiseman, Saturdays Singer. See photos, video and a biography of the beautiful 20-year-old who is a member of the popular UK girl group.
The Saturdays have risen quickly to fame with their debut album ‘Chasing Lights’ which spawned three hit singles including ‘If This Is Love.’ Rochelle Wiseman, Saturdays singer has been singing since she was a child and was one of the children of the squeaky clean S Club Juniors. Now four years later, a racy photo shoot shows the young singer in a new and daring light, and has drawn her much attention. You can see those photos here.
As a biography, Rochelle Wiseman was born on March 21, 1990, in Barking and Dagenham, Greater London, England. Her age is 20.
She began her professional singing career while still a child, in 2001. She first began singing with S Club Juniors which was later renamed S Club 8. The group was a spin-off of the UK pop music group S Club 7, created by former Spice Girls manager Simon Fuller. The group disbanded in 2003 but later reunited for ‘I Dream,’ a UK children’s TV program.
She joined The Saturdays in 2007 whose complete lineup includes S Club Juniors member Frankie Sandford, 20, the Irish singer Una Healy, 27, a former X Factor contestant Mollie King, 21, and West End star Vanessa White, 19.
The group has sometimes been compared to the popular girls group Girls Aloud, with whom they share both a management team and record label and with whom they toured as a supporting act before their breakthrough debut album.
Regarding the comparison, Rochelle Wiseman, Saturdays singer, acknowledged the group as an inspiration as they embark upon their first ever headlining tour in June 2009.
“Obviously Girls Aloud were inspiring to watch. When we saw them perform, headlining their own tour, we were all, ‘Wow, this is exactly where we want to be.’ “
The Saturdays’ aforementioned breakthrough hit ‘If This Is Love’ reached No. 8 on UK charts and brought the group much fame and popularity. ‘Up’ and ‘Issues’ were also top 10 hit singles.
The girl group was chosen to record the 2009 Comic Relief single, “Just Can’t Get Enough” a cover of the 1980s Depeche Mode signature song, and it peaked at No. 2 on the UK Singles Chart and is included in the re-release of their debut album. Regarding the success of the single, Rochelle Wiseman said:
“We are trying to do stuff for charity and we wanted to reach the best that we can but there’s always next week…And we’re number two so that’s amazing.”
Despite the meteoric rise to fame, Rochelle Wiseman cherishes her private life, in contrast to some of her fellow group members who have had high profile romances. In an interview she says she has a boyfriend, ‘but mine isn’t famous so I don’t think it’s fair to name him.’ She prefers to spend time with him, saying ‘I absolutely hate going out. It’s boring.’
More photos and video of Rochelle Wiseman, Saturdays singer are below.