The Saturdays like the Spice Girls?
I’ve seen many similarities between the two groups. Not saying that The Saturdays are as big as The Spice Girls, but I surely hope so. The personalities in the group just remind me of their similarities.
Geri (Spice Girls) and Una (The Saturdays) : Both have good vocals. They are both red heads and are the spunk and feisty of the group.
Mel C (Spice Girls) and Vanessa (The Saturdays) : Both most talented vocally in their group. Both carry out each single and have a really down to earth personality.
Emma (Spice Girls) and Mollie (The Saturdays) : The blondes in the group. Both have a sugar and sweet vocals that work great in soft melodies. They both are sweet girls.
Mel B (Spice Girls) and Rochelle (The Saturdays) : Both have powerhouse voices. They both give the group energy and a unique sense of style.
Victoria (Spice Girls) and Frankie (The Saturdays) : Both talented vocally, but not really given the right amount to shine. Both are have great fashion sense and are gorgeous.
Music wise, they are both a British pop girl group that really blew away everyone with their music. Like wise, The Saturdays seem to be following the same routine The Spice Girls did with their singles.
Wannabe (Spice Girls) and If This Is Love (The Saturdays) : Both up tempo beats that are so catchy. They both show off all the girls vocals and abilities.
Say You'll Be There (Spice Girls) and Up (The Saturdays) : Both assembled the groups that they are hear to stay. They both are the girls biggest singles.
2 Become 1 (Spice Girls) and Issues (The Saturdays) : Both ballads and really show the girls vocals without the up beat music.
Who Do You Think You Are (Spice Girls) and TBA (The Saturdays) : If I’m right and The Saturdays are following The Spice Girls footsteps, then my guess for a forth single would have to be an upbeat single from the album. Either Keep Her, Work or Set Me Off.
Well those are my thoughts on this and I hope The Saturdays succeed as much as The Spice Girls did. What do you all think?
p.s.: Sorry for bad grammar and punctuation, i wrote this quickly. My apologies.