Frankie Bridge

Frankie Bridge, born Francesca Bridge on January 14th, 1989 in London, England is a British singer and songwriter that began performing as a student in Romford where she studied the musical arts.  Frankie rose to fame after her auditions for the show S Club Search in 2001.

After her audition for S Club Search was successful, she joined the group called S Club Juniors. The show was a critical success and the group was tapped to tour as the opening act of S Club 7’s tour.  Rochelle and the rest of S Club Juniors were signed to Polydor Records.  Their first single “One Step Closer” and their second single “Automatic High” reached the number 2 spot on the UK Singles Chart. The group released their debut album, Together, in October 2002 and reaching number 5 on the album sales charts in the UK.  The group changed their name to S Club 8 and released their second album in October 2003 called Sundown.

In 2007 Frankie joined the girl group The Saturdays. The group’s debut single “If This Is Love” peaked at number 8 on the UK Singles Chart.  The group released their debut album, Chasing Lights, in 2008. The group would release 3 more albums up to 2013, all which charted in at the Top 10 on the UK Albums Chart.

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