Wednesday, 14 April 2010

Sugababes Sweet 7 Album Launch

The Sugababes launched their album Sweet 7 at the trendy Supperclub in London's Notting Hill on Wednesday 3rd March and we were there to catch all the action just for you! Find out what happened below and watch the performance videos!

The exclusive Supperclub was decked out in opulent style for the launch party, with large white beds, scatter pillows and small tables. The guests partied to the DJ's floor fillers as they waited for the glamorous trio to arrive.

Amelle, Heidi and Jade, dressed all in black, opened the launch with their big UK hit "Freak Like Me" accompanied by a live band dressed in white boiler suits and sparkly black masks!

They then sang the popular "Hole In The Head" and their latest single from the new album "Wear My Kiss" before launching into "Too Lost In You". The girls said that they were delighted to be live on stage again in front of their fans before singing "Crash And Burn" from Sweet 7. The band then performed the hugely successful "Girls" with fans singing along word for word.

The fans went wild when the girls made an energetic performance of their second single from the new album "About A Girl" before moving on to "Push A Button". They made a stunning performance of "Get Sexy" and rounded off the spectacular line up with "About You Now". The girls closed the gig by thanking everyone for coming before jumping into the surprised crowd on exit. They then continued to party with guests and new Sugababe member Jade Ewen commented that the girls are all really excited to be on stage performing and are looking forward to their future together as a band.

The much anticipated Sweet 7 is in stores now! Check out the girls performances from the album launch below: (Link not working on photos , need to go to Website

Round Round
Hole in the Head
Wear my Kiss
Too Lost in You
Crash N'Burn
About a Girl
Push the Button
Get Sexy
About You Know

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