Saturdays ready to topple Girls Aloud.
The Up star said they are set to take advantage of their rivals year-long break. Una, inset, added: "It's a great opportunity for us. Sugababes, apart from Jade, aren't a new band and we're still classed as a new band so we need to grasp this chance.
"I'm sure there will be loads of other girl bands starting up now but I think we've got a headstart on them. We've released five singles and are up to our sixth.
"There's definitely space for a new girlband."
The band is back with a new album, Wordshaker, and Una, 27, said it is better than their debut. She added: "It's a progression, I think, it's more mature and the songs are bigger. We love this album, and it's exciting to be promoting something new.
"We're not sick of it yet."
AMBITIOUS The Saturdays performing at London's Heaven nightclub last night
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|Publication:||The Mirror (London, England)|
|Date:||Oct 5, 2009|
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