Sizzling: The Saturdays singer Rochelle Wiseman shows off her figure in a revealing bathing suit
Before reincarnating herself as a sexy singer with girl group The Saturdays, Rochelle Wiseman was better known as one of the clean-cut youngsters with S Club Juniors.
Four years after the manufactured kids group went their separate ways, the 19-year-old Essex girl is carving out a very different image.
In a bid to shed her clean-cut past, Rochelle is showing off her impressive figure in these racy shots.
In one photograph, the pop star leaves little to the imagination in a blue fringed swimsuit with plunging neckline.
In an even more risque image, Rochelle looks alluringly at the camera as she sits with her legs open in a black bikini.
While the photographs are sure to please her males fans, she also disappoints them by revealing she has a secret boyfriend.
The Romford beauty said she is dating someone out of the entertainment industry, but is refusing to name them.
Saucy: Rochelle looks alluringly at the camera during one risque pose
She said: ‘I’m not single any more. All of us have boyfriends now – but mine isn’t famous so I don’t think it’s fair to name him.’
Despite being only 19 and getting invites to top celebrity parties due to her newfound fame, Rochelle admits she prefers quiet nights in with her mystery man.
She said: ‘I absolutely hate going out. It’s boring.’
Rochelle auditioned to be in The Saturdays in 2007, but the five-piece only found fame with their debut single If This Is Love, which hit No.8 last summer.
Joining Rochelle in the Saturdays is her S Club Juniors bandmate Frankie Sandford, 20; Irish singer Una Healy, 27; former X Factor contestant Mollie King, 21; and West End star Vanessa White, 19.
While Rochelle is keeping her romance low-key, two of her bandmates are already in famous couplings.
All grown up: Rochelle (C) and her Saturdays bandmates (L-R) Mollie King, Frankie, Una Healy and Vanessa White
Una is dating rising rugby star Ben Foden, while Frankie is in a relationship with McFly bassist Dougie Poynter.
The quintet recently scored their biggest hit when their Comic Relief single Just Can’t Get Enough – a cover of the Depeche Mode track – reached No.2 in the charts.
Rochelle recently revealed the group are already working on their second album, which they hope to have out by the end of the year.
She said: ‘The new record will still be pop but with a few more personal tracks.
‘We’re working with big people – we’ve got Rihanna’s producers. There will be no urban stuff though. The Saturdays don’t do urban.’