Frankie Bridge, former singer of The Saturdays, recently made her West End stage debut in London's "2:22 A Ghost Story."

Frankie Bridge's West End Debut

Despite her stage debut, Frankie revealed that her husband Wayne was not present in the audience to support her. He chose to attend a Liam Gallagher concert instead.

Husband's Absence

Frankie took on the role of Lauren in the production, expressing her concerns about living up to the standards set by previous cast members like Lily Allen, Cheryl, and Giovanna Fletcher.

Role of Lauren

Frankie mentioned that her experience in theatre was "ten times scarier" than performing as part of The Saturdays, the girl band that rose to fame in the early 2000s.

Theatre vs. Music  Performance

Despite missing her debut, Wayne has been supportive of Frankie's career choice and enjoyed the show.

Supportive Husband

Wayne's strong connection to Oasis and Liam Gallagher's music influenced his decision to attend the concert instead of the play.

Wayne's Upbringing

Wayne came to meet Frankie after his concert, showing his support and admiration for her performance.

Post-Show Meeting

Frankie stepped into the role of Lauren after Sophia Bush, an actress from "One Tree Hill," had to withdraw due to illness.

Replacement Role

Frankie expressed her excitement and gratitude for landing the role of Lauren, describing her West End debut as a dream come true and highlighting the complexity of her character.

Dream Come True