The Original Sugababes Trio Are Reuniting And Bringing Out New Music 20 Years On
They'll be touring with old and new tracks and we cannot wait!
Ah Sugababes, the seemingly least loyal girl band of the 00s. It’s hard to remember exactly who the original trio was because they practically swapped out a member every time they brought out a song.
But the OG Sugababes fans will be happy to know that Mutya Buena, Keisha Buchanan and Siobhan Donaghy are back and working together again.
It’s been twenty years since they formed as the original members, and to celebrate this they are working on brand new music.
The band, now called MKS to represent their first names have lots planned for the coming months.
Mutya told the Sun that they had ‘a secret project that should be made public later this year.’
“Plus we are working on something special for our fans that is coming out for our 20th anniversary,” she said.
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“As well as the music we’ve planned a tour. We need to put it out there for everyone to see and hear us again. Everything new we are working on will be classic Sugababes/MKS sounds. I’m excited to get out there.”
The three girls reunited in 2013 and brought out single Flatline, but they’re planning to come back in a big way this year.
Need a quick band member refresher?
The gals formed in 1998 but Siobhan quit a year later, and Heidi Range joined. This was the longest running and perhaps most popular lineup in the Sugababes swap.
Then Mutya quit in 2005 and was replaced by Amelle Berrabah. In 2009 Keisha left and Jade Ewen joined, but at this point, none of the original members were in the band anymore.
BUT none of that matters now because the natural order has been restored by MKS. We look forward to hearing their new music.
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