Mollie-King

There are some things you may not know about Saturdays front­wo­man Mollie King, so we took some time out to ask her about 100 of them.

Here are her 100 answers.

The title of your auto­bi­o­graphy would be…
Mollywood.

Is it time for people to stop wearing stripes?
No. God no! I love the stripes. Dennis the Menace.

Have you ever seen a ghost?
No I have not.

What is your mum called?
Sue.

Did you go anywhere nice on your holidays?
I went to New York recently.

What is your favourite chocolate bar?
Maltesers. [NOT STRICTLY A BAR — CHOCOLATE ED]

What animal would you gladly never encounter in your lifetime?
An alligator.

Who is your best friend?
My mum. Cringey, but true. Sorry mum!

What’s the first thing you do when you wake up?
I turn off my alarm. I have Sam Cooke playing in the morning. He wakes me up and I turn him off straight away because I’m sick of that tune now. I’ve ruined it. It’s so annoying, I set it as my alarm because I love the song and now I hate it, so that’s really annoying.

Who do you think has a perfect face?
Kate Upton.

Are you in love?
No.

Could you write Mutya Keisha Siobhan a hit?
(Laughs) No.

Where’s the strangest place you’ve ever put your hand?
I went to an aquarium once and I had to put it in this hole and I still don’t know what was the other side. It was really freaky. It was quite scary. You know when you have no idea what’s gonna be in there. Seeing as it was in an aquarium I could’ve been touching all sorts.

What’s the strangest thing you’ve ever put in your mouth?
Probably one of those Red Nose balls. You know those red noses for Red Nose Day? I chal­lenged myself to see if I could fit it in there, but it was unsuc­cess­ful.

Do you worry about your weight?
No.

What did you have for breakfast?
I had two chocolate crois­sants from ITV studios.

Have you done the Harlem Shake?
All the time. Daily basis.

'Saturday Night' or the Macarena?
Macarena. I’m that cool.

How many pints can you drink before you fall over?
Oh my god none! I don’t really drink, so I’d be on the floor after a few sips.

What would you like for dinner?
A roast.

How do you eat a Creme Egg?
I just had one! I dipped it into a cup of tea and I ate it in two bites.

How old is too old for a man to go skate­board­ing?
Never! If my grandad went on a skate­board I’d think he was an absolute legend.

How old were you when you found out about sex?
Oh god, 25! (Laughs) Last week.

Which member of your family is the worst cook?
Me. I’m terrible.

What colour are your pillows?
White.

What was your worst subject at school?
Probably physics.

What is the worst day of the week?
Monday morning. Without a doubt.

What side of the bed do you sleep on?
I always sleep on the right. Definitely.

Semi-skimmed or full fat?
Semi-skimmed.

Sea or swimming pool?
Sea. The sea. Definitely.

What’s your favourite animal?
A dog.

Surf or turf?
Surf or turf? Surf. I’m a right surfer babe! I’m really not, I wish I was. No, I’m more like Free Willy.

What’s your favourite breed of dog?
Probably poodle.

Do you ever feel like a plastic bag?
(Laughs) Erm… No?

Do you think fireworks are too loud?
No, the louder the better.

Are you left or right handed?
Right.

How often do you get your haircut?
I want to grow it, but my hairdresser cuts it. I’d say probably every three months.

What’s the best freebie you’ve ever been given?
A holiday to St Lucia. I was loving that one.

What’s the hardest word to spell?
Hippopotamus.

What is the rudest word you know?
The rudest word I know? Oh god! My mother taught me better than that to tell you.

Have you got any tattoos?
No I’m not very rock and roll I’m afraid.

Are you bored of these questions yet?
No I’m loving it!

If you could force two popstars to mate who would you choose?
Oh good question. Who would it be? Alan Carr [NOT A POPSTAR — ED] for the sense of humour and Natalie Portman [NOT A POPSTAR EITHER — ED] for the looks.

Did you expect the Robbie album to do better or worse than it did?
Oh my god that is such a mean question. I love Robbie, I’ve been to his tours… You really put me in a tough position there! I’m just gonna reply saying take that.

New York, London, Paris or Munich?
London. All the way baby.

What does the Daily Mail mean to you?
What does it mean to me? I hate you right now, do you know that? (Laughs) No comment.

What’s the best day of the week?
Oh come on! Saturday!

At what age were you happiest?
Right now and I swear to god that’s true. 25.

Double denim — amazing or awful?
AMAZING.

What’s wrong with pop?
Nothing.

What’s right with pop?
Everything. The Saturdays.

Are you good in a fight?
Physical yes, verbal no. I’m terrible, I’m so bad with comebacks. Physical, I tell you what I’ll pin you down!

What’s the best location to park a caravan?
On the beach.

What word do people incor­rectly use to describe you?
I would like to say blonde, but to be fair I do come out with some bimbo comments every now and then.

What word do people correctly use to describe you?
Optimistic.

What is your favourite flavour of yoghurt?
Anything chocolate-flavoured.

What is the most expensive thing you have ever bought?
My flat.

What is your favourite fruit?
An apple. A green Granny Smith apple.

Would you rather not eat or speak for 24 hours?
As long as I’m eating I don’t mind if I’m not talking. I’ll choose food over con­ver­sa­tion any day.

What is your least favourite TV show?
Anything sci-fi.

What was the last thing you read about yourself on the Internet?
It was actually a tweet from UK iTunes saying the girls are looking like they could get a Number One. And I retweeted it, because I’m cool.

Bath or shower?
Bath.

What is the appeal of Cheestrings?
The peeling. Although I have funny story about Cheestrings. So my grand­par­ents were looking after me and my sisters when we were younger and they went out to the super­mar­ket and were like "okay girls, is there anything that you guys want for the fridge" and my sister was like "Cheestrings". So my grandad, off he walks to Waitrose and he was like "I’m looking for G-strings, G-strings". And he kept saying G-strings and he came back with these G-strings and we were like "oh my god we can’t believe grandad has bought us G-strings! This is so embar­rass­ing". I was starving aswell, so he wasn’t in the good books, poor grandad.

Would you rather have no teeth or no hair?
I need cheese. Oh no teeth or no hair? I need my teeth, I need to eat my food. I’d just wear a crazy wig like Britney did.

Why do we have dreams?
To inspire us in reality.

The red pill or the blue pill?
The red pill or the blue pill? Oh gosh. I have abso­lutely no idea.

When was the last time you wet yourself?
The other day when I heard that we were Number One on iTunes.

Fried, boiled, poached or scrambled?
Scrambled.

Hollyoaks: a good thing?
I’ve never actually seen an episode in my life. [MOLLIE APPEARED IN AN EPISODE OF HOLLYOAKS LATER IN 2008 — TV ED]

Dogs or cats?
Dogs.

Rock or roll?
Rock baby.

What are the names of the people you live with?
Just me, myself and I.

What do you have on your bedroom walls?
Do you know what I currently have nothing and I am waiting to put up the two pictures of New York to go above my bed.

Do you pair up your socks before you put them away?
No I don’t and I’m actually very ashamed to say that.

Do you iron your underwear?
No! I don’t even iron my bloomin’ outerwear!

What did you do yesterday?
I went to Capital FM for an interview and I had a roast.

Christmas or birthday?
Christmas, I don’t like my birthday. It’s loads of attention on you for no reason and you don’t know what to do with it. Everyone’s just asking you "How are you?" and stupid questions. There’s just no need for it.

Town or country?
Town.

Comics or cartoons?
Comics.

Biscuit or cake?
Cake.

What do you say to people who think Jaffa Cakes are biscuits?
Well I’m one of them so I would say they are mighty, mighty cool people!

Which super­mar­ket do you shop in?
Waitrose.

Where do you buy your pants?
I want to say Victoria’s Secret, but I’ve def­in­itely got a few Primarks in there.

Which reality TV show do you most want to go on?
I want to perform on Britain’s Got Talent. Or The X Factor.

How fast is too fast?
I love speed! So faster the better.

Three words that best describe you in the morning are…
I’m slow, in both senses of the word. It takes me a while to wake up my brain and I’m very slow just in life in the morning. I’m always late for work. I’m quite upbeat. And what else am I? Probably just clean, because I always have a shower before bed.

Have you ever fallen off a bike?
Yes I have.

What is the name of the first person you kissed?
Tom.

You must be bored of these questions now?
No I’m loving it!

What was your worst injury ever?
I broke my… Er, well, I just sprained my wrist playing bas­ket­ball.

How much money have you got on you?
I have nothing, I don’t even have my handbag on me.

Can you parallel park?
Oh my god I am the absolute master of parallel parking. That’s my party trick.

How good out of 10 do you think the Beyoncé album will be?
10.

Which member will be the first to leave One Direction?
Ah I can’t answer that! They’re like Power Rangers, you can’t split them up.

Which member of The Wanted would you be most surprised to find out was gay?
Max.

If you were twice as talented would you sell twice as many records?
(Laughs) Yes, maybe.

What per­cent­age do you tip in a res­taur­ant?
10%.

Have you ever dined and dashed?
No I haven’t. I’m telling you I need to get down with my bad self, don’t I?

How much is on your Oyster card?
I don’t actually have anything on my Oyster card, but I do have an Oyster card that I bought a few months ago.

What could you do to get played on the radio more?
Erm. You’ve put me on the spot here (laughs). You’ve lost me there. [THE ANSWER IS WHACK SEAN PAUL ON MORE SONGS — ED]

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