Frankie Bridge has opened up about how she was left "shaken" when a stranger grabbed and kissed her during her time in the girl band, The Saturdays.
The singer turned Loose Women panellist, 34, recalled the horrific experience as she and fellow panellists Ruth Langsford, Brenda Edwards and Gloria Hunniford, discussed whether or not you should ask someone before kissing them.
Frankie explained: "I had it once a few years ago in The Saturdays. We were doing signings at the back, and I'm quite an anxious person in big groups of people anyway.
"I was talking to someone else and a man came in and grabbed my head and pulled me round and kissed me right on the lips.
"And before I even had time to register what had happened, he walked away and I was just kind of left there.
"Luckily, we had security and he scooped me up, basically, and took me inside and it really knocked me. Really shook me up. It's made me even more nervous in those kinds of situations, now."
It comes after Frankie made her West-End debut as Lauren in the supernatural thriller 2:22 A Ghost Story.
She joined the cast of the popular play earlier this month after actress Sophia Bush had to step down from the role due to health issues.
Frankie is the latest in a long line of celebs to join to the cast of the play, with previous seasons having featured Lilly Allen, Cheryl, Harry Potter star Tom Felton, Encanto’s Stephanie Beatriz, Busted singer Matt Willis and Inbetweeners actor James Buckley.
Frankie recently left fans delighted when she reunited with former S Club Juniors bandmate Aaron Renfree following a gala performance of 2:22.
Ahead of this, Frankie had previously hinted at a possibleS Club Juniors reunion, following the announcement that S Club 7 would be reuniting and touring the UK this year.
Asked if S Club Juniors (later known as S Club 8) could follow in these footsteps, Frankie told OK!: "I think 'never say never'. There's definitely no plans [for a reunion]. There's no big secret being kept.
"But it's really fun seeing S Club 7 come back together. I'm definitely going to go and watch. I still remember the dance routines."
She continued: "Obviously sometimes I think it would be fun, but I would only ever do it if all members were involved.
"And I think it's quite hard when everyone's got their live stuff to know how that would go."
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