The Original Sugababes The new line-up from the Sugababes
The original line-up of the Sugababes has reformed, creating an interesting audience and chart scenario with the new group of the same name. The trio of founding members, Siobhán Donaghy, Mutya Buena and Keisha Buchanan, have joined forces again to create their reformed group that will be called Mutya/Keisha/Siobhan.
In an interesting twist, the trio ended up in a chart battle with the modern day Sugababes, made up of three members who weren't actually in the original 1998 line-up. Heidi Range, Amelle Berrabah and Jade Ewen are allowed to use the Sugababes name, despite none of them being involved in the release of debut album One Touch on London Records in 2000.Ewen told the media that as well as solo projects: "We have been working on Sugababes material, but nothing has been finalised in terms of the album, so we’ll just keep on going." The new MKS trio (that's the original trio of Siobhan, Mutya, Keisha) have already recorded two songs called Too In Love and Love Me Hard. We presume there will also be songs without 'love' in the title.