If you ever had any doubts about Una Healy‘s recent flirtation with the charts as a member of girl group The Saturday’s, then your eyes will simply struggle to comprehend what they are seeing on TV’s seemingly infinite array of music channels over the next few months. Yes, our Una has officially stamped her rightful place in music TV’s video rotation playlists for ever, with her group’s cover of the 80′s super hit ‘Just Can’t Get Enough‘ originally made famous by electronic pop synth impresarios, Depeche Mode.
Una Healy and her ‘Saturdays‘ follow in the illustrious footsteps of The Spice Girls, Girls Aloud, Sugababes, Boyzone and Westlife (see the Irish connection there), as their single has been chosen as the lead Charity Single for this year’s Comic Relief campaign in the UK. Comic Relief raises millions of pounds each and every year for charitable causes. Every year it’s always the red nose days and the charity singles that stand out and to have your single chosen as a front for a whole charity campaign is a major coup for Una and The Saturdays. The continued success of this Thurles girl is surely guaranteed, and that should be enough to put a smile on anyone’s face, or even in this case anyone’s nose.