The Saturdays bounce back for Comic Relief
Monday 04 March 2013
Chart stars The Saturdays are bouncing back - by riding spacehoppers across London's Westminster Bridge.
The group, whose hits include "Missing You" and "Notorious", straddled Malteser-style inflatables in their fundraising efforts ahead of Red Nose Day this month.
The girls are ambassadors for the sweet brand which aims to raise more than a million pounds for Comic Relief, with a contribution from special packs going to the charity.
They are encouraging people to let out their "lighter side" for the charity. The group's Frankie Sandford said: "We loved taking part in this cheeky challenge for Maltesers and hope the nation will be inspired to something funny for money this Red Nose Day."
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