Thursday, 4 March 2010

Amelle Sugababes Sweet7 launch

Sugababe Amelle Berrabah cuts it with electric blue hair
By Chris Johnson
Last updated at 2:20 PM on 04th March 2010

Not content with her edgy undercut, Sugababes singer Amelle Berrabah has put steaks of electric blue through her hair.
The 25-year-old debuted her new style as she attended the launch party for the band's brand new album, Sweet 7, at The Supper Club in London last night.
It comes as the group's seventh studio album and is the first one released with newest member Jade Ewen's vocals on it.
New look: Amelle Berrabah debuts her blue hairstyle in London last night

Originally it was set for release last November, but was put back after Keisha Buchanan's shock exit from the chart-topping group.
After joining the band in 2005, Amelle has experimented with a range of hair styles.

She started off with long straight tresses, before experimenting with crimped hair in 2007.
Then last year she had the dramatic undercut style, which she has added the blue dye to.

Posing here with fellow Sugababes Jade Ewen, left, and Heidi Range at the launch party of their latest album, Sweet 7, at The Supper Club last night

Meanwhile, ex Sugababe Mutya Buena, who was replaced by Amelle when she left in 2005, has applied for legal ownership of the group's name.

She appealed to the European Trademarks Authority for permission, the BBC reported.

Buena recently complained that the name no longer makes sense because none of the original members now remain in the line-up.

Buena said at the time: 'It just means the Sugababes have ended because there are no original people remaining.'
The current Sugababes line-up consists of Amelle, Heidi Range, who replaced Siobhán Donaghy in 2001, and Jade, who replaced Keisha last year.

Amelle's changing hair styles: Starting out: Amelle with long straight hair, left, pictured in 2006, a year after joining the Sugababes, and right a year later with crimped hair

Versatile: The singer had an undercut in 2009, left, which she wears in various ways, swept over to one side, or with parting, as seen right, last week

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