Nigel Connell was the last member of Team Una to be in the competition where he placed third.
In August 2016, Healy confirmed she had signed a solo deal with Decca, with the intention of releasing a solo album in 2016.
In 2007, Healy, who was still struggling to find major success, flew to London to gain more exposure and experience as a performer then landed an audition for The Saturdays, which was her first audition for a major label and abroad.
The Saturdays released a cover of "Just Can't Get Enough" by Depeche Mode.
The song debuted at number two in the UK, behind Flo Rida's "Right Round".
The fifth and final single from the album was "Work", which was the first single by the group to fail to reach the top 20.
After finishing school at 18, Healy decided to take a year out and worked as a medical secretary.