Brit-Pop trio Mutya Keisha Siobhan are revving up their long-awaited comeback campaign.
Due next year, the project is most notable in that it’s the first album the original line-up of the Sugababes will have released in over twelve years.
Already hotly anticipated, the ladies amplify their buzz with a new feature in Ponystep magazine; one which sees them pose it up on the cover of the publication’s December issue and also provide a revealing insight into how their comeback came to fruition.
With the obituary of the current line-up of the Sugababes all but read, the group’s original faces are gearing up to stage a storming comeback. One backed by a major label, who according to new reports have signed the ladies to a seven-figure deal.
For three years, former Sugababe Keisha Buchanan has maintained a dignified silence on the drama which saw her ousted from the group she founded in 2009.
And while karma has perhaps served as the best revenge (see: current state of the group, reformation of originals), Buchanan has finally opened up about her time in one of the UK’s biggest ever girlbands.
The segment featured on documentary ‘I’m In A Girl Group!’, which also juxtaposed soundbites from the brand’s 4th line-up.
Check out what Ms. Buchanan had to say after the jump…
Try as they have, the original Sugababes have had their cover blown.
Once shrewd in secrecy, their reformation has been confirmed by many a source – including Emeli Sande, who spoke to That Grape Juice recently about working with the Brit-Pop trio.
And it seems this had led the ladies to make less of an effort to conceal the comeback everyone’s waiting for. Case, point, the shot above, which saw members Keisha Buchanan and Mutya Buena pose it up with UK talent Wretch 32 and Daley at an industry function.
The photo follows months of public teasing on Twitter; a collective practice which frequently includes fellow “original” Siobhan Donaghy.
With the current incarnation of the Babes’ reportedly without a label or future prospects, the path seems clearer than ever for a the ladies who started it all to claim what’s theirs.