The girls, who shot to fame in 2000 as the original line-up of the Sugababes (who were nearly named The Q-tees *chuckles*), reformed last year and are gearing up to release their debut single ‘Flatline’ under new name MKS at the end of this week. They have recently told the Observer that they may never split this time round and that the reunion has been “deeply personal” for them.
Band member Keisha Buchanan, who was the longest-serving Sugababe insisted: “We definitely want to establish a body of work. It might never end!…People didn’t allow us to enjoy the experience the first time round.”
She also told that as amazing as making money is, that’s not what they’re in it for. “Making money is amazing, absolutely, but for us the idea of getting back together was more: ‘Why don’t we try again, and this time enjoy it?'”
Well, at least we’ll have them for longer this time! POP BITS