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The Saturdays feel the strain of Comic Relief
The Saturdays are feeling the pressure after agreeing to sing this year's Comic Relief single.
The quintet aren't due to release their cover of Depeche Mode's 'Just Can't Get Enough' until next month, but they're already worried about living up to the glory of former charitable artists.
Band member Rochelle Wiseman told Scottish newspaper the Daily Record: "There is a lot of pressure on us because Comic Relief singles have gone to No.1 in the past and we want to sell enough."
Handily, fellow Saturday Frankie Sandford is the girlfriend of McFly's Dougie Poynter - who hit No.1 in 2005 with a Red Nose Day double A-side of 'All About You' and Carole King's 'You've Got A Friend'.
Frankie said: "McFly did a good job and got really involved when they released a song for Red Nose Day. Dougie and I talked about it, absolutely.
"We discussed how it's normal to want to get involved with things, and give it your best. We feel the same and just want to do our bit."
'Just Can't Get Enough' is released on 2 March.