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What are all the Sugababes up to now? We investigated
Best girl group of the 2000s.

SUGABABES WERE ONE of, if not the, greatest girl group of the 2000s.

Overload, Freak Like Me, Round Round, Hole in the Head – they produced an endless list of bangers durng their career.

Of course, the group went through several incarnations before quietly disbanding in 2013. But what are they all up to now? Let’s take a gander.

Keisha Buchanan

Keisha Buchanan was one of the original members of Sugababes and stayed with the group until 2009. Shortly thereafter, Buchanan teamed up with her  former bandmates, Mutya Buena and Siobhan Donaghy, to form MKS.

More recently, she has been tweeting about going vegan…

And let’s not forget when she attempted to buy wine with her Wikipedia page.


Mutya Buena

Like Keisha, Mutya is one of the original three. She briefly went out on her own and forged a semi-successul path as a solo singer. (If you haven’t listened to Song 4 Mutya lately, please rectify that immediately.)

In 2010, Mutya made headlines when she spent £5,000 on arse implants and was declared bankrupt in 2014 after failing to pay a hefty tax bill.

More recently, she has established her own musical agency called Colour of Musiq.

She’s also been known to share relationship memes on Instagram.

So now.

Siobhan Donaghy

Donaghy was the original third member of Sugababes, but left the group after their first album. She released two albums as a solo artist – Revolution in Me and Ghost – and joined forces with Mutya and Keisha for MKS.

The singer married in 2013 and gave birth to a baby boy named Ford on August 13th.

Heidi Range

A one-time member of Atomic Kitten, Heidi Range joined Sugababes in 2001 and stayed with the band until 2011.

Since then, Range has gone down the celebrity reality show route, having participated in Dancing On Ice and donned chef whites for Celebrity Masterchef. Additionally, she has performed in a stage adaptation of Happy Days and The War of the Worlds.

Earlier this month, she announced that she’s expecting her first child with husband Alex Partakis. Sugababes becoming Sugamamas, what?

Amelle Berrabah

Amelle won’t be known to you if you stopped following Sugababes after Keisha and Mutya’s departure. She replaced Mutya in 2007 and stayed with the band until they decided to go their separate ways.

Like Heidi, she has also gone down the reality competition route and took part in celebrity gymnastics show Tumble as well as Celebrity Masterchef. She also reportedly writes songs under mysterious aliases. Intriguing.

Jade Ewen

Finally, there’s Jade Ewen, the other replacement Sugababe.

The 29-year-old rose to fame after representing the UK in the Eurovision Song Contest in 2009 and subsequently replaced Keisha in Sugababes.

Afterwards, she took part in celebrity diving show Splash! – I’m sensing a pattern here – and has since enjoyed a fruitful stage career, appearing in musicals like Godspell and Aladdin. Not half bad, eh?

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