Who is Frankie Sandford?
Francesca “Frankie” Sandford is a British singer and member of the band The Saturdays. She was previously a member in the band S Club 8 and appeared with them in children’s television programme I Dream before they disbanded.
Frankie first appeared on SM:TV as a cheerleader. She also when to the same school as Jo form S Club. Frankie was first known in the band S Club Juniors later their name changed to S Club 8. S Club which Frankie was in toured with S Club. S Club 8 became a major success, selling records and topping the charts. Frankie later stared in I Dream a show following 13 talented kids around.
In 2008, Sandford joined the girl group The Saturdays comprising Una Healy, Mollie King, Vanessa White and fellow former-S Club 8 member Rochelle Wiseman. In November 2008, along with her other bandmates from The Saturdays, she appeared in the Channel 4 Hollyoaks spin-off Hollyoaks Later. They performed the song Issues in the 10 minute BBC drama Myths in January 2009, in the episode ‘A Syren’s Call’. Sandford has been ranked number 17 in the 2009 edition of FHM’s Sexiest Women.
Frankie Sandford Facts
Date of Birth: January 14th 1989
Birth Place: Upminster, London
Herself in 5 words: Honest, Sunshine and Showers, Flirtatious, Sarcastic, Mischevious
Favourite Musicians: Paramore, Brand New, Kings Of Leon
Favourite Album: Paramore – Riot
Favourite Song: Paramore – When It Rains
Favourite Concert: Reading Festival
Biggest Fear: Vomiting
Motto: Work as hard as you can for what you want so that you know you did all that you could to make it happen!
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