Girl power is more than just a motto for girl group The Saturdays. It turns out they ooze support for their fellow famous females, including their network sisters the Kardashians.
That would explain why they so handily aced a Kardashians quiz, and why they are so excited to have their show, "Chasing the Saturdays," air the same night as "Kourtney & Kim Take Miami."
"We're huge fans. I don't think we'd be able to be very cool at all," Mollie King told MTV News about their love for all things Kardashian. "It's weird for us even that when our advert plays we're like, 'Whoa, we're coming on straight after the Kardashians! They might know the name of our band now.' It's just really weird for us."
Considering just how much America likes to keep up with every move every Kardashian makes, we wondered if the group's native U.K. is as "krazy" for Kim, Khloe, Kourtney and the rest. "They're huge. They closed down a shopping mall at home," King said. "The queues in London were massive for the Kardashians. If we could have an inch as much success as they have, we'd be buzzing."
The girls did once get the chance to meet one-third of the fierce Kardashian leading ladies, and when asked if they could ever stage a second act as a girl group, it seems the answer is a big yes. Momager Kris Jenner might want to take note.
"We briefly met Kim Kardashian in London at the Glamour Awards," Rochelle Humes said, before noting, "They're big everywhere, aren't they? They look like a girl group!"
That endorsement was seconded by Frankie Sandford, who added, "I'm sure they could pull it off!"
Meanwhile, this girl group is dropping their U.S. EP on Tuesday. Named after their E! series, it features their lead single, "What About Us," which just so happens to feature the formerly corn-rowed and now-Mohawked Sean Paul.