The original Sugababes are back - and they're on the Graham Norton Show tonight
Excellent news of a Friday.
Back in 1998, Siobhán Donaghy, Mutya Buena, and Keisha Buchanan became the Sugababes.
The trio were successful enough, dropping a number of decent tunes from their debut album, One Touch.
A while later, Siobhán left the band and was replaced by Heidi Range. Some time later, Mutya left and was replaced by Amelle Berrabah. Then Keisha left and was replaced by Jade Ewan.
Essentially, the entire band had been replaced and no original members were left.
It was then that Siobhán, Mutya, and Keisha decided to just go ahead and get back together - because why not? May as well.
The announcement was made a few years ago, but the trio had lost the right to record and perform using the original band's name, so instead they called themselves 'MKS.'
It wasn't long before the Sugababes, as they were known, eventually disbanded, allowing the original members the opportunity to take back their name and, by extension, the band.
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'Flowers,' a Sweet Female Attitude cover, is the Sugababes' first release together since 2013 when they initially decided to give the original band another shot.
They'll be performing it on tonight's The Graham Norton Show too, so if you've got any ounce of late '90s nostalgia within you, you might want to tune in.
'Flowers' is being released as part of DJ Spoony's Garage Classical album, a record that sees UK garage music re-imagined using a 36-piece orchestra.
Sounds like a decent enough shout.
You can listen to the track here: