Sugababes will meet again confirmed news!
After months of speculations, Keisha Buchanan, Siobhan Donaghy and Mutya Beuna have put an end to reports on whether they have gotten back together as a group or not.
Each of the girls took to their Twitter accounts to confirm the news. Keisha tweeted:
Dear tweeters ive been trying my best to keep this one on the DL haha “@MutyaBuena @siobhandonaghy @MKSOfficial
Whilst Siobhan tweeted:
“it’s been killing us to keep it secret any longer! @Keisha_Buchanan@MutyaBuena @OutsideEdgePR”
Mutya joined in and tweeted to her followers: “@siobhandonaghy @keisha_buchanan I think we should tell the world. WE’RE BACK!!! @MKSOfficial @OutsideEdgePR
In an exclusive sneak peek interview with Pop Justice, the three girls sat down revealing their new band name, how Keisha felt when she was dropped from Sugababes, being reunited and what the experience of working together again as a trio.
The girl band started their music career in 1998 when they were found by All Saints manager. They have been known to be the original line –up for Sugababes and perhaps still will be. The trio revealed that they have decided to call themselves Mutya Keisha Siobhan – MKS for short.
In the interview Siobhan pointed out that their names said in a certain order is natural:
“People seem to say it in that order quite naturally. It seems to roll off the tongue like that.”
Moving on, Keisha explained that when she was the last member of Sugababes – as Siobhan and Mutya left the group earlier on – she was shocked to be dropped so suddenly. And as it’s not surprising, Keisha has been legally told she isn’t permitted to reveal much about being dropped from the group.
Not giving much away Keisha said:
“I was really shocked by the things that they were saying because I’d always been there for them, and they were there for me as well… But, you move on, and you learn, and I learned valuable life lessons during that period… I feel like everything has gone full circle and right now I’m exactly where I’m meant to be.”
“And I genuinely wish them the best of luck. I know people are always going to say, “oh, you’ve got to say that”… To be honest with you I was very hurt and disappointed and I did feel betrayed by the whole thing.”
As it’s the second round that the girls will be giving it a go being part of a girl band, they were adamant to say that if one member left then it would be the end.
Siobhan was the first to say:
“Then that would be the end of that.”
Whilst Keisha added:
“We’ve had discussions. We have a way of working: we trust each other. We look after each other. We are genuinely there for each other. If we were unhappy we’d tell each other and we’d figure it out, between ourselves.”
Mutya pleasantly ended the topic saying:
“Well thank you very much.”
As rumours started that the trio were back together, they spoke of when the reunion had happened. Keisha confessed she wasn’t ready to be part of a girl group again after being dropped from Sugababes.
“Well, back in 2009 I was contacted by the girls through my lawyer, and they were kind of like, ‘do you want to meet up?’. We all met up. I’d only been out of the band for three months and I’d just had enough of girlbands. I’d had enough of the WHOLE THING… Anyway, basically, they contacted me and we sat together and I actually really wanted to see the girls.”
“So we decided not to do it. And then last year, in 2011, we were contacted by a producer. He put it to us: he said, “let’s record a few tracks and then see”. And we did. And we loved it.”
After deciding that they would start making music together, Siobhan was contacted by a producer who she discussed that she would work with him along with Mutya and Keisha.
Mutya described that singing with the girls was ‘emotional’ whilst Keisha was honest and said that it wasn’t easy singing together at first.
“It was the first time we’d sang together since we were 16 years old. To be honest with you it wasn’t an instant thing. When we were younger we gelled straight away, but we had to learn to blend with each other again,”
Siobhan went on to say that despite finding it hard adjusting each other’s voice they got round the idea of working together like they had when they were teenagers:
“That’s when we knew that we properly had to get back together. You never know if that magic is still going to be there. If it’s not going to be as magical as the first time around you don’t really want to do it, do you. The minute we sang together, we looked at each other, and we knew. It just worked.”
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