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The Saturdays hit out at critics during V Festival set

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The Saturdays hit out at critics who claim that they mime during their set at V Festival.

The girl group played The Arena Stage at Hylands Park, Chelmsford, earlier today, including a handful of their previous hits along with renditions of their new singles.

The girls opened their set with their single 'Ego', followed up by Top 10 hit 'Up' from their debut album.

The Saturdays add a mixture of pop and fashion to the festival

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Flanked by a live backing band, group member Una Healy told the audience: "For this next one, when we hit the chorus, we want to see you all jumping."

They then played 'Forever Is Over' followed by their Comic Relief cover 'Just Can't Get Enough' to a packed-out arena.

Healy then stated: "The next song we want to do is one of our favourites."

Rochelle Wiseman continued: "Obviously, being a girl group we get a lot of stick and people say we can't sing live and that we mime. So we like to prove them wrong."

The five-piece then performed their recent Live Lounge mash-up of Aloe Blacc's 'I Need A Dollar' and Mann's 'Buzzin', making full use of their tight vocal harmonies and receiving a rapturous response from the audience.

The group then played their new single 'All Fired Up' and concluded the set with their previous two singles 'Notorious' and 'Higher'.

The Staurdays' set list was as follows:

'Ego'
'Up'
'Issues'
'Forever Is Over'
'Just Can't Get Enough'
'I Need Dollar'/ 'Buzzin'
'All Fired Up'
'Missing You'
'Notorious'
'Higher'

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Watch the music video for The Saturdays' new single 'All Fired Up' below:

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