Sugababes singer Keisha Buchanan has spoken out to clear up a few of the group’s followers’ assumptions about their upcoming reunion tour.
All through their time within the highlight, Sugababes turned identified for his or her hits like Overload, Freak Like Me, Push The Button and About You Now, in addition to the quite a few line-up adjustments they went via as a band.
Final month, it was introduced that the three-piece’s unique line-up of Keisha Buchnan, Mutya Buena and Siobhan Donaghy could be touring the UK within the autumn, with the band selling their upcoming exhibits with pageant performances and TV interviews, in addition to on-line.
Just lately, Keisha, Mutya and Siobhan lately appeared in a TikTok video impressed by Sugababes’ Push The Button and the track’s accompanying music video.
The clip raised eyebrows amongst some Sugababes devotees as this track was launched lengthy after Siobhan’s departure from the group, when Heidi Range had change into a part of the band.
Over the weekend, Keisha shared one other video on her private TikTok, responding to followers’ feedback.
Admitting she often has a coverage about not studying feedback on-line, the star defined: “Immediately I had a while and I did discover that there have been a variety of feedback about our remake of Push The Button within the elevator. And I simply wished to present you an unique.
“I feel it’s vital for everybody to know that if you find yourself in a bunch and there are line-up adjustments, it could be actually arduous for me and Mutya not to have the ability to have a good time ourself and our legacy with out Siobhan, as a result of we’re at present within the group with Siobhan.
“It was precisely the identical after we have been within the group with Heidi, we’d do Overload, as a result of that was one thing we wished to have a good time. And to disclaim one simply wouldn’t be cool. We wish to have the ability to have a good time all of our achievements and that’s the very first thing I wished to clear up, so I hope you now clearly perceive that.”
Keisha additionally spoke out to insist that her former bandmates Heidi Vary and Amelle Berrabah are each “very glad” in regards to the unique Sugababes’ reunion.
“They’re very glad for us, they’re supporting us from afar, and it’s all love,” Keisha defined, quashing any rumours about beef amongst previous members of the group.
“It’s not what you suppose it’s, guys. Sure we’ve been via issues, and that’s life, however I hope, guys, that should you ever undergo issues with individuals that you simply don’t maintain onto bitterness, and all of that strife and craziness. It’s about transferring ahead and being progressive.
“All of these issues occurred years in the past and we respect everybody, no matter they dropped at the desk at the moment. However we simply need to concentrate on the optimistic so I hope you perceive and I’ll return to not studying feedback now.”
In a latest interview, Keisha shot down speculation of “bad blood” between Heidi, herself and Mutya.
“I feel collectively we’d all agree that Heidi had her a part of it and is an enormous a part of Sugababes,” she mentioned. “For her to have finished that journey with us, she is simply as vital to the journey of Sugababes.
“We’ve seen Heidi and there’s no dangerous blood or something like that.”
Mutya added: “There’s no time to have dangerous blood with individuals. You’ve all the time obtained to present individuals their flowers.”
Sugababes went via a complete of 4 totally different line-ups earlier than they ultimately disbanded in 2011.
After Siobhan’s first exit, Heidi joined in 2001, with Amelle changing Mutya when she selected to go away in 2006.
In direction of the tip of the group, Amelle and Heidi have been open about their private points with Keisha, who was changed by Jade Ewen in 2009.
This fourth incarnation of the Sugababes lasted simply over a yr, with the unique line-up reforming and releasing the one Flatline in 2013 beneath the moniker Mutya Keisha Siobhan.
After profitable again the Sugababes identify, they launched their first single in six years, a collaboration with DJ Spoony, in 2019, and at the moment are gearing up for a full UK tour.