Following the huge success that British boyband One Direction have had in the US, a number of other British acts have headed to the US in a bid to emulate that success. One such artist is British girlband The Saturdays and singer Frankie Sandford has been talking about the fun that they have been having in the US.
Sandford told Star magazine, "The first thing we all spoke about when we talked about doing the show was how much we wanted to go to the VMAs. When we first got there, we got invited to go and we were all like: 'Oh, my God, I can't believe we're here.' The Wanted were there and One Direction - it's really exciting to see them doing so well in America."
Frankie then went on talk talk about the moment that she and the rest of The Saturdays saw Jennifer Lopez and became starstruck, "We saw J.Lo coming out of a lift at the Golden Globes. We all went so quiet, and that never happens with us, you know! So funny," she added.
Frankie Sandford and the rest of The Saturdays, Rochelle Humes, Vanessa White, Mollie King and Una Healy, have been using the E! reality television series, Chasing The Saturdays, as a way of helping to promote themselves in the US and push their music to fans in a different way.