3 Jan 2012

Are the Original Sugababes Going To Reunite? We Hope So…

Author: katy | Filed under: Music News

Having first hit the music scene in 1998, Mutya Buena, Keisha Buchanan and Siobhan Donaghy are rumoured to be reforming the original Sugababes in order to release a comeback album.

The girl group first shot to fame in the 90s with their debut album ‘One Touch’ which was released in 2000 and brought the girls to the attention of the music industry. However after only one album, red headed Siobhan decided to quit the group amidst talk of bullying at the hands of her fellow band mates.

After Siobhan’s swift exit from the group, the other girls then also gradually disappeared one by one from the group, being rapidly replaced by a new girl band member which has resulted in the current line-up which consists of the gorgeous Heidi Range, Amelle Berrabah and Jade Ewen.

However, rumours that the original Sugababes threesome are to reunite have recently surfaced, fuelled by comments from singer and songwriter Emeli Sande. The ‘Heaven’ chart topper recently confirmed some of the rumours that the band were to reform.

When asked if she was helping to write new material for the group, Sande responded with ‘Yes, that is true. I’ve written for the original line-up of the Sugababes, which I’m very happy about because I just loved them when they first came out.’

The three Sugababes originals are now reportedly working hard on a collection of tracks for their debut album as a new group, which sources claim have a more soulful feel in comparison to the pop orientated tunes that are being released by the current Sugababes line up.

We loved them the first time, but will the older and hopefully now wiser three girls be as much of a hit the second time around? Only time will tell.

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