Saturday, September 29, 2007

Doing the splits

Keisha Buchanan has - alongside some vague "oh, I was sucidial, sort of" chit-chat which sounds more like an attempt to pass off teenage angst as psychological depth - laughed off the latest round of Sugababes split stories:

"The band shouldn't be called Sugababes, it should be called Sugasplit. I've got used to it."

Yes, there are a lot of stories about splits in the ranks, Keisha. That could be something to do with, erm, the 66% of the band has quit and had to be replaced already, don't you think?


Anonymous said...

The Sugababes are in danger of morphing into their own tribute band if Keisha leaves or sacks the other two. I was amused that Keisha felt betrayed after learning that Mutya has resumed her friendship with Siobhán Donaghy, the 1st SB to leave. No doubt she felt unable to do this when in the collective.

Anonymous said...

Does this mean in 20 years' time we're going to have four different 'Sugababes' acts touring the Pontins circuit, one of which consists of two session singers and the bloke who played bass on 'Hole in the Head'? I think in this situation, the 'real' act is decided by waiting to see which one Jim Davidson befriends.

Anonymous said...

I like the sound of that (in an ironic way).I mean if the current line-up only needs to retain one original member to retain validity then any offshoot need only contain one of the departed SB's also to enable entitlement to tour with the SB repertoire. A slight name change for legal purposes (eg: Mutya's Surgerybabes) and the Pontins circuit is theirs.Hmmm, lucrative in a 'chicken-in-a-basket' sort of way.

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