The Saturdays 2022 Re-Rate - Results - [FINALE]

Who is your favourite Saturdays band member?

  • Frankie

    Votes: 16 14.7%
  • Mollie

    Votes: 39 35.8%
  • Rochelle

    Votes: 15 13.8%
  • Una

    Votes: 24 22.0%
  • Vanessa

    Votes: 15 13.8%

  • Total voters
Just say Wordshaker dd
Poor Not Good Enough

The only good thing about Bigger is Mollie's bit. You can't tell me they didn't have a stronger track that could've complimented Not Giving Up more. Of course The J*m produced it too.

These need to go next:

Not Good Enough
What Am I Gonna Do
Crashing Down
In fact, it's not from Wordshaker at all.




Chasing Lights Rank | 12th/12 (11th in 2015)

VIPs | @Ezz @Phonetics Girl (10) @MilesAngel (9.5)

Villains | @AfternoonsInUtopia (0) @iheartpoptarts (1)

Rank Change | -6

Score Change | +0.03

Most Solo Time | All the Girls

Hazey Says | Actually I dismissed this completely, having not listened to it for years. However, at least the chorus is a little moment of something here. The verses are still boring as all hell though, making it one of those songs you just end up waiting around for the highlight to come back around and those aren't usually worth much of my time. Still, it's decent enough, though my score definitely looks too high right now dd. (7)

In 2015, some fans praised the emotion in the ladies' voices with Frankie getting a few compliments and wished they had more examples of this in their discography, while others thought the flute in the production was a huge miss.


@Phonetics Girl (10) - Fffff what a weird trip of a song. I remember from 13 years ago how "vulnerable" was a word I hadn't come across before and how I found it visually ugly but when sung it was pretty enough, so it became that song with a repulsive title that was actually really pretty and kept my attention with some intriguing production choices. And the relative equality in distribution of vocals felt like justice finally ddd

@Ezz (10) - Oh, that chorus is so gorgeous.

@Sally_Harper (8) - I love the chorus, the verses aren’t quite as good, but I do love that everybody gets a decent part. Now I have a question - there’s an adlib of “mah HEAAAART” at about 3.27 that I love and always thought was Mollie, but now I listen again I’m not sure. Anyone?

*I think that's Vanessa*

@Attis (7.5) - The verse is severely underwritten, but the chorus is pretty interesting especially with that weird synths on the back

@saviodxl (5.8) - Well, every album needs its fillers.

@daninternational (5) - I appreciate what they were going for, and the vibes of Land Down Under are appreciated, but doesn't really deliver

@louciano (3.5) - Never find myself coming back to this one. The mixing on the chorus doesn't sound good either, a big miss for me.

Yeah, so what we're getting here is this song is heavily weighted towards the chorus, which sometimes is fine unless the verses are almost completely uninteresting, as they are here. I think I saw the track and prepared to hand out a 5, but the fact that I was pleasantly surprised by it, probably made me throw out an ill-advised 7. I think the 5 would have been more accurate.

Shoutout Queen


Mollie gets the crown here, even if @Sally_Harper wasn't sure it was Mollie they were hearing on that adlib. Her 4 shoutouts to Frankie's and Rochelle's 2 each, gives her the title this time.


#72 tomorrow is from a post-Headlines album, so the Wordshaker haters can remain seated dd.​
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