The Saturdays hope their cover of the popular track 'Loves Takes Over' will encourage people to get up off their feet and dance the night away.
The Saturdays hope their cover of 'Love Takes Over' will ''inspire'' people to dance.
The girl group - consisting of Una Foden, Rochelle Humes, Mollie King, Frankie Sandford and Vanessa White - have recorded their version of the hit by David Guetta and Kelly Rowland and believe it's a feel-good track that will encourage people to boogie.
Rochelle said: ''We had a great time in the studio recording 'When Love Takes Over'. Adding our own spin to the well-loved track really allowed us to bring it to life in our own way. It's a real dance floor-filler so hopefully it will inspire people to get up on their feet and dance the night away!''
Meanwhile, the 'What About Us' hitmakers surprised holidaymakers with a performance of some of their greatest hits - including 'Higher' - at Holiday Village Seaview Ibiza in Spain over the weekend.
The stunning five-piece also stunned youngsters from the Razzmataz kids club after they crept in on them whilst they were learning the dance moves to 'Higher.'
The youngsters then joined the girls on stage whilst they were performing the catchy track.
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