The original Sugababes Siobhán Donaghy, Mutya Buena and Keisha Buchanan are reuniting for London’s Mighty Hoopla Festival next summer and have teased there may be new music to follow
Noughties sensation Sugababes are making a come back with the original singers.
It’s been 11 years since the final original member of Sugababes was replaced – in what many called the end of the group.
But Mutya Buena, Keisha Buchanan and Siobhan Donaghy are back and will headline Mighty Hoopla festival next summer in London.
Formed in the late 90s, the band has gone through four incarnations, resulting in new band members replacing the original voices.
Across the six singers, Sugababes had five Top 10 albums and 18 Top 10 singles, which included six number ones.
Mutya, Keisha and Siobhan, the three originals, decided to reform as a new band – MKS, but they didn’t the scoop the success they had hoped for.
However in 2011, Mutya Buena led the group in winning back the rights over the name of Sugababes.
Reclaiming their original name the girls are reuniting and taking the stage for the Brockwell Park festival.
Siobhan was the first to leave the band in 2001, with rumours that she escaped the group through a bathroom window during a press conference, which she has since denied.
According to Digital Spy, she later revealed that she was suffering from clinical depression and music became her therapy.
Mutya Buena was the second babe to leave the fold, and left the gang in December 2005. She had chart success with ‘Real Girl’ peaking at two and ‘Song 4 Mutya’ at number eight in 2007.
In 2009 she did a stint in the Celebrity Big Brother house before training to be a psychologist for children.
Keisha Buchanan was the longest serving Sugababe and survived three incarnations of the revolving line up but as ousted in September 2009.
Speaking about their much-anticipated headline performance Sugababes exclaim “We’re delighted to be returning to performing live with the exciting announcement that we are headlining the amazing Mighty Hoopla Festival in London next June. We can’t wait to see everyone.”
The band recently released the 20th-anniversary edition of their debut album, One Touch.
Fans could be in for a treat as the original trio have hinted potential for new music after they hit the festival.
Speaking on Zoe Ball’s Breakfast Show on BBC Radio 2, Siobhan said: “There’s nothing concrete at the moment, but we are working on stuff all the time and definitely new music.
“We love making music together and that’s something we’re going to continue to do. And hopefully it won’t be too long now, now that we can be in the studio together again.”
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