'It's going to be wild!' The Saturdays reveal crazy plans for Rochelle Wiseman's hen party
16:35 GMT, 14 May 2012
After sitting back and watching the boys from JLS indulge in the ultimate stag-do, The Saturdays have decided to go just as wild.
The British girl group have revealed that they intend to 'go wild' on Rochelle Wiseman's upcoming hen party.
The If This Is Love singers are planning to outshine the extremely lavish eight-day stag party masterminded by Oritse Williams.
Girls just wanna have fun: The Saturdays revealed plans for a 'wild' hen party on This Morning with Philip Schofield and Holly Willoughby
Speaking to This Morning, Irish beauty Una Healy was overly excited about the event and said: 'Wait for our hen … we're going to go wild!'
When asked about Marvin's stag do, Rochelle said, 'You'll have to ask him! It looked like he had a great time!
'He was handcuffed to a dwarf, he went in a helicopter, he was in the casino 24/7, he wore a bikini…'
Sisters in arms: Una Healy and Rochelle Wiseman are both due to have hen parties this year before they get married
Good girls: Frankie Sandford and Mollie King will both present at the hen party, but neither revealed when it would be
While Marvin Humes was surrounded by his JLS band mates including JB Gill and Aston Merrygold, Rochelle was cooking a meal for her future in-laws.
She said: 'I know! My in laws live just up the road, and my father-in-law-to-be is a chef and I've never ever cooked for him… but no one got food poisoning!'
Una, who is engaged to rugby player Ben Foden, discussed his now infamous stag-do, on which the England international was pictured naked in a strip club.
Hold a tune: The girls sang live on the show after chatting to This Morning about their love lives and dealing with their partners
The 30-year-old said: 'We all have to see what our fiances do. For most people what goes on stag stays on stag, whereas we get to see it all.
'It becomes a bit embarrassing and all that but it's all behind us now.'
On a sombre note, Frankie Sandford also discussed how she has been able to use her fame to highlight her fight with depression.
Hitting the dance floor: Frankie and Mollie performed with the other girls in wild patterned skirts
She said: 'I was really nervous, it was a decision I made when I was feeling a bit better and I just kind of thought that I'm in a position where I should use my job to help other people.'
Frankie added: 'It's helped me a lot and I've had a lot of people on twitter say that its helped them – and I was still really nervous but it was still really nice to hear from people.
Fun times: Marvin Humes was handcuffed to a dwarf during his very eventful stag-do, which took place in Las Vegas and Miami
The Saturdays performance on this morning can be watched at ITV.COM.