As you’ve probably already heard by now, the original Sugababes reunited last year and have been in the studio recording a comeback album.
According to reports today, Keisha Buchanan, Mutya Buena, and Siobhan Donaghy, who hooked up in 1998, have signed a £1 million recording contract with Polydor Records, home to Lady Gaga, Cheryl Cole and more. The label are said to have selected hit-worthy songs for the project in order to get them back to where they once were – the top. They’ve enlisted top UK hitmakers such as Xenomania, MNEK, Emeli Sande, Naughty Boy and their old producer Cameron McVey, for the project. Interesting. They could either come back and not add much to the table or, they could shut the naysayers up and have one of the most explosive comebacks of all time from a girl group. I was actually looking forward to hearing Keisha’s solo stuff which she began promoting this time last year, but I totally welcome this reunion as well.
With legal reasons preventing them from using their original name (that really sucks), I wonder what they will call themselves now? Only time will tell how this pans out in the long run. Good luck to them.