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Parade banned from keeping pooches
Parade aren't allowed to keep pet dogs because they might "poo" on their clothes.
Bianca Claxton confesses the girl band are contractually obliged not to have pet puppies because it would be a "distraction" to them.
Speaking exclusively to BANG Showbiz, Bianca laughed: "We want a dog or a cat! We really want a teacup poodle. But it's in our contract from the record company, we aren't allowed.
"We can't take them on tour or to shows. I guess it's a distraction. They might poo on the clothes!"
The group - which also includes Sian Charlesworth, Lauren Deegan, Emily Biggs and Jessica Agombar - recently made the UK top 10 with their debut single 'Louder' - are determined to focus on their careers and hope to dominate music charts across the globe.
Asked about their future plans, Bianca said: "World domination!"
Lauren added: "I think the thing with America is to do it here first and was just focusing it here on this it's hard for British artists to establish yourself over there."Posted on 25 Mar 2011 16:15 to category : Music News
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