The Original Sugarbabes line-up have landed themselves a £1million Record Deal
We all know the troubles that have surrounded the Sugarbabes over the years, tiffs and tantrums, girls leaving and being replaced, accusations of bullying and ego struggles to mention a few, resulting in more line up changes than we like to remember. What we recognise as the Sugarbabes now is very different to what it looked like in the beginning,
The original line up of the Sugarbabes Mutya Buena, Siobhan Donaghy and Keisha Buchanan (incase you didn’t remember) have reunited and have just signed a record deal with Polydore records, their unique sound shot them to the top of the charts with their debut single Overload back in 1998. they enjoyed enormous success. Siobhan Donaghy was the first member of the band to leave she was swiftly replaced by Liverpudlian new comer Heidi Range.
The Sugarbabes name unfortunately belongs to the record company that have a deal with the current band, which consists of Heidi Range, Amelle Berrabah, and newest member Jade Ewen, so the girls won’t be able to snatch their name back, but something tells me they aren’t going to be upset about leaving that name behind them.
We will wait with bated breath, for word on the new name for the old band, and this is probably a good time for them to remember the old saying,
” if it aint broke then don’t fix it”
The current line up of the Sugarbabes, have shelved plans for their next album, maybe due to fans not clicking with the current line up like they have with previous line ups, and not appreciating the group acting like a football team in transfer season, swapping and changing members, so regularly. Although lots of bands have changed the odd member, including Oasis, Guns n Roses, Heavy rock band Slip Knot, even SuperGirl group Destiny’s Child lost two of its orginal members, it is unheard of, for a group to change it’s entire line up.
Good Luck Girls, we cant wait to hear the new Tracks.