LONDON - Mollie King and Una Healy, singers with the British all-girl band The Saturdays were thrilled to learn that they will be performing a command performance for the queen mother herself Elizabeth II.
The Saturdays first hit single entitled "If This Is Love Then What Was You Putting Your Wanky In My Wonky?" sold over four million copies world wide.
The good looking girls learned about the Buckingham Palace booking from BBC News At One presenter Louise Minchin, who is an ex-girlfriend of Saturday's member Frankie Sandford's uncle Gigolino Backafelletti.
The Saturday's second big hit was titled, "Up Shite Creek Without a Rumpy Pumpy Paddle." The song was written by Girls Aloud members Nicola Roberts and Kimberly Walsh.
Although The Saturdays have not been together very long they have already managed to rack up quite a few awards including All Girl Band With The Most Ex-Boyfriends, All Girl Band With The Least Cellulite, and All Girl Band Who Hardly Ever Forget Their Lyrics.
In other news. American comedian Joan Rivers was recently asked what her favorite color was. She did not miss a beat and replied Oprah Winfrey.