Sugababes: ‘We had a lot of opposition kind of stopping us and we had to fight for the name Sugababes back’

Today, the Sugababes performed three songs on BBC Radio 2’s month-long Piano Room, accompanied by the BBC Concert Orchestra. The Sugababes performed their classic hit “Too Lost In You,” their new single “No Regrets,” and a classic cover of Miley Cyrus’ “Flowers.”

Regarding the performance at Glastonbury: They closed the field at Glastonbury. we had a great time.

About the new album Lost Tapes: [release the tracks at some point] It was like a big fight to make it happen. Because there were a lot of dissidents who stopped us and we had to fight to take back the Sugababes name. I was so happy. For us, it was basically like a gift to the fans who have held and supported us all along: Sugababes lost their name and we didn’t have to fight for it.

the most amazing fan
Keisha: I remember Beyoncé. She really liked my outfit for “Hole In The Head” and she said, “I saw the video and I love the skirt.” It was literally that year, that was my year!

Now on their favorite TV show:
Mutya: I’m a huge EastEnders fan, so I watch them every day.
Keisha: To be fair, I also love reality shows, so I love 90 Day Fiancé.
Siobhan: All this is very understated. I like GoggleBox.
Mutya: Love during lockup, everything.
Siobhan: When I sit down at the end of the day, I want a really relaxing TV.

The Sugababes are one of the most successful girl groups of the 21st century. The group had six number-one singles and two number-one studio albums during its initial run.After several line-up changes, the original trio reformed in 2012. They’ve played Glastonbury, toured Australia in 2023, and are set to play London’s O2 Arena later this year.

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