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The Sugababes are a female pop trio formed in 1998. The original line up consisted of Keisha Buchanan, Mutya Buena and Siobhan Donaghy, when their first single Overload was released in September 2000. The single went on to reach #6 in the UK and a top ten hit throughout Europe.

Following the success of their first single, the trio released their first album, One Touch, in December 2000, and three further UK top 30 singles, New Year, Run for Cover and Soul Sound. During the supporting tour of the album, Siobhan Donaghy left the band. This occurred amid rumours of in-fighting within the band and bullying by Keisha Buchanan. Siobhan was consequently replaced by Heidi Range, who remains in the band to date.

With the new line-up came the group’s first #1 UK hit single in May 2002, with the track Freak Like Me, sampled from the Gary Numan track, Are Friends Electric. Their next single, Round Round, became the groups second UK #1 in August 2002. Their success continued with the release of the group’s second album, Angels With Dirty Faces, which reached #2 in the UK album charts and was eventually certified three times platinum. The group scored two further top twenty UK hits from the album with Stronger and Shape, the latter sampling from the Sting song, Shape of My Heart.

Three was the appropriate title of the trio’s third hit album. Released in November 2003, the album coincidentally reached #3 in the UK album chart. The first single released from the album, Hole In The Head, became the group’s third #1 in the UK. This was followed by a further three top ten single releases from the album; Too Lost in You, In The Middle and Caught In The Moment.

The first single from the group’s fourth album, Push The Button, was released in October 2005. The single went on to become the group’s biggest selling international hit single to date, becoming a big hit throughout Europe, Australia and even the US. Upon release, the single entered the UK singles chart at #1, giving the group their fourth UK #1. The following week, the album Taller in More Ways, gave the group their first UK #1 album, at the same time gaining the group the distinction of simultaneously having the UK’s #1 hit single and album.

Amidst all this renewed success, another line-up change was imminent. Following the release of the next single Ugly, Mutya Buena left, to be swiftly replaced by Amelle Berrabah, in December 2005. The apparent friction within the band had little effect on the success of the single or the subsequent release, Red Dress, which gave the group their 9th and 10th top ten UK hit singles respectively.

In 2006 the group released their greatest hit collection, Overload: The Singles Collection, which went on to reach #3 in the UK album charts. As well as including most of the group’s hit singles, the album also included several new tracks; including their next UK top ten hit, Easy. The group then went on to collaborate with fellow girl group Girls Aloud on the 2007 Comic Relief single Walk This Way, giving them their fifth #1 UK single.

The Sugababes’ next album release, Change, gave them their second UK #1 when it was released in December 2007. The first single, About You Now proved to be another massive hit, staying at UK #1 for four weeks. It was also the first single by a girl band to top the UK charts on downloads alone. The group released a further two top ten UK singles; Change and Denial; from the album, which went on to be certified platinum in the UK.

The group’s seventh album release, with its controversial and appropriate title, Spotlights and Catfights proved to be relatively less of a success than their previous releases. The album did reach #8 in the UK album charts, but became the group’s lowest selling album in the UK. The first single release, Girls, did reach #3 in the UK charts in November 2008, however, the follow-up, No Can Do, could only reach #23.

The groups next album, Sweet 7, is due to be released in November 2009. The first single, Get Sexy, reached UK #2 when released in September 2009. Shortly after the release of the single, there were rumours of yet more friction within the band, leading to the announcement that Amelle Berrabah had left. This was reportedly due to jealousy from her band mates, particularly Keisha Buchannan, following her success with the collaboration with Tinchy Stryder on the UK #1 hit single Never Leave You.

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