The Saturdays singer Mollie King has admitted her first ever kiss didn't go well and she has tried to ''erase'' the memory from her mind.
Mollie King's first kiss was horribly awkward.
The Saturdays singer was taken aback when a boy ''pounced'' on her as an inexperienced teenager and wishes she could erase the sloppy smooch from her mind.
Asked what she'd like to erase from history, Mollie shuddered: ''The first boy I kissed, maybe that would be erased. It was so awkward, he just pounced on me. I'd erase that memory.''
The 'Gentleman' hitmaker had a similarly un-romantic experience the first time an old flame confessed his undying love for her, and wishes he had picked a more meaningful location for his declaration.
The 26-year-old blonde - who briefly dated Prince Harry - told Bliss magazine: ''The first time a boy told me he loved me, we were standing at a train station waiting for a train. That could have been a bit more romantic.''
Mollie was most recently romantically linked to pop producer Jordan Omley and she was previously in a relationship with male model David Gandy.
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