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Rochelle Humes- Very Beautiful Singer of the pop music group The Saturdays
A first look at the beautiful Rochelle Humes
The motivation to write about Rochelle
“It doesn’t matter how you start, it matters how you finish.”
Los Angeles Kings hockey co-commentator Jim Fox before one of the Kings games
Ending your day in a positive way is just as important if not more important than you start your day. The above sentence is only partially true but that is a valid point. You want to make sure that you end your day in the best way that is possible. You want to make sure that you go to bed at night being in a good mood. The above quote not only matters to a sports team, but it is also important for all of us to remember. Yes, how you start the day is important but also how you finish it is equally as important or even more important. That’s why I always do what I can to make sure that I am in the correct mood prior to sleeping. Let me also say that it doesn’t matter how long it takes for you to feel good enough at the end of the day. As long as it takes for you to finish your day right, that’s all that matters. One of the ways to finish the night in a great way is to listen to music that you are really enjoying.
Some information about The Saturdays and their 2013 album Living For The Weekend
For me, it is the pop music group called The Saturdays. My writing journey on this night has taken me to the exploration phase as I knew that I was going to write about a UK based artist. It was between whether to write about Rachel Stevens or The Saturdays and that’s what I chose. This article is not going to focus on the band’s career in full. It will only be a review of their 2013 album called Living for the Weekend. This was their last studio album before they declared a hiatus. There will also be some information about Rochelle Humes, one of their members. I found out about this group one night a few years ago while browsing the World Wide Web one night back in 2014. The Saturdays are a British and Irish pop music group that formed in 2007. The band members were:
The Saturdays last official lineup
- Frankie Sandford (before her marriage her surname was Bridge)
- Una Healy (from Ireland)
- Rochelle Humes
- Mollie King
- Vanessa White
Rochelle Humes: early life, entry into the music industry and marriage
As for Rochelle Humes, she was born on March 27, 1989 in Essex, England. She has attended dance classes extensively. Before her time spent with The Saturdays, she and Frankie Bridge were part of a kids unit called S Club Juniors. That group later changed its name to S Club 8 before disbanding in 2004. Rochelle was very ecstatic when she found out that she was chosen to be part of the group The Saturdays and she did not know that Frankie had been auditioning to get into the group. Rochelle married Marvin Humes who was a member in a boy band called JLS. The two of them got married in July 2012 after they had gotten engaged in December 2011. She gave birth to daughter Alaia-Mai in May 2013.
Rochelle Humes wallpaper
Some interesting information about Rochelle and her husband Marvin
Rochelle’s mother Roz raised her as a single parent. Rochelle herself is of Norwegian and Sierra Leonean descent which explains her beauty. After missing school in 2001 for one day to attend an audition, Rochelle got her first real experience with fame. She was with S Club Juniors when the group would end up getting 6 hits in the Top 10. Roz explained about how she tried to protect her own daughter when she said: “To keep Rochelle normal, I try not to get so excited about things because when it ends, it’ll make it harder to deal with things,” (Hello Magazine n.d.). Rochelle and Marvin were at one time away from each other because they had broken off their relationship due to work conflicts. Marvin revealed that when he was away from her, he knew that she was the person that he wanted to spend his life with because he felt so bad without being around her. One thing is for sure: The Saturdays were an exciting group and I hope that they can reunite in the future.
The song Not Giving Up (official music video)
Rochelle Humes in Pasadena California in 2013 and London (2016)
Track Listing for Living for the Weekend
- What About Us (additional vocals provided by Sean Paul)
- Disco Love
- Leave a Light On
- Not Giving Up
- Lease My Love
- 30 Days
- Anywhere With You
- Problem With Love
- You Don’t Have the Right
- Don’t Let Me Dance Alone
- Somebody Else’s Life
- What About Us (Solo Mix)
Rochelle Humes in Cosmopolitan Magazine in October 2014
Living For the Weekend: a review
The opening song What About Us is about getting the fun started no matter what the weather may be. Couples that are in love generally have the time of their lives. It has a pop and R & B feel to it. The album has 14 songs for almost 48 minutes. I had listened to the album in its entirety only once before and found it to be a decent listen. Although the vocals are melodic especially on the song Disco Love, the music is nowhere near as good as Swedish pop band Ace of Base. When love is in the air, every moment is magical as the woman feels so fine because her boyfriend is making her feel great to be around him. Gentleman has a rap influence to it. The song makes reference to the fact that it is so hard to find a quality husband. Because of the high rate of divorce in certain countries it is challenging to find the right partner. Leave a Light On is about a woman that gets really worried when her lover is not around her. She cannot sleep at night and she does not feel her best but despite the separation, their love remains strong. Not Giving Up is the best song on this album and it is my favorite song from this band. Rochelle starts singing this song first and even though she has a deep voice, it is still good. The song tries to convey the message that you shouldn’t give up on love if the love is strong enough. Lyrically the songs focus on the emotion and feeling that most of us want to more of: love! Love is all we need in this world right? 30 Days is a song about a woman letting her man know that she will be back soon even though she wishes that she could take the time back to when she was last with him. You Don’t Have the Right is a song about a couple that broke up. She does not want him to keep on coming back into the relationship only to hurt her. She has been through enough pain. The previous song Problem With Love is more catchy though. Overall Living for the Weekend is a decent high energy pop music album from these women and music is definitely one of the major strengths of the UK!
n.d. Hello Magazine. Accessed January 27, 2017. http://us.hellomagazine.com/profiles/rochelle-humes/.