Sunday, 7 March 2010

Sugababes Updated Upcoming Events

Sugababes Latest Schedule :-


Thurs 11.03.2010 Asian Music Awards at the Royal Festival Hall ,Southbank

Fri 12/03/2010 Confirmed for the huge UK Eurovision show on 12th March – Sugababes will be the only act to perform to 6 million viewers.
Fri 12/03/2010 Album Sweet 7 Release Date in POLAND, GERMANY, NETHERLANDS, IRELAND
Sat 13/03/2010 Company Magazine "Sugababes " Issue
MON 15/03/2010 Album ‘SWEET 7’ UK Release Date March 15th
Tues 16/03/2010 Album Sweet 7 Release Date in CANADA

Thurs 18/03/2010 Capital Radio session confirmed
Fri 19.03.2010 Global Radio Live , Brighton


Sun 25/04/2010 IPL (India Premier League ) Cricket closing ceremony on April 25th (INDIA) confirmed

Sat 01/05/2010 Camden Crawl . Roundhouse
Sun 02/05/2010 Rock 4 Life ,Whiteness, Inverness, Scotland

Sat 03/07/2010 Sound music festival at Netherdale in Galashiels.
Sat 21/08/2010 V Festival or
Sun 22/08/2010 V Festival (This year's V Festival will take place at Hylands Park in Chelmsford and Weston Park, Staffordshire over the weekend of August 21 to August 22. Tickets are on sale from this Friday 5th March.)

Sugababes confirmed for Camden Crawl 1st-2nd May

Thanks to for the headsup !

09:49, Friday, 5 March 2010
MTV can officially announce that Sugababes will play our stage at the Camden Crawl festival this May.


The North London event is well known for staging gigs by new bands and indie heroes but this year there’ll be a dose of pop too!

Heidi, Jade and Amelle will hit the MTV hosted Roundhouse venue on Saturday May 1 for thousands of fans.

The ‘babes recently released their new album Sweet 7 and are sure to play classics at this gig too.

We’ll be announcing more massive acts for Camden Crawl in the coming weeks.

Already confirmed to play are Teenage Fanclub, Speech Debelle, Drums Of Death, Casio Kids, Cornershop, Babybird, The Drums.

Camden Crawl takes in 40 venues over May 1- 2.

Jade Ewen Punching Out

Sugababes - About a Girl (Live @ Gala Radia RMF FM in Poland)

Thanks to CavilleRangeTV
07 March 2010

Sugababes performing "About a Girl" from their newest album "Sweet 7" live in Poland, Warsaw, on 27th February 2010 on 20 Years of Radio RMF FM.
No copyright infringement intended. Everything belongs to Polsat TV. I do not own anything!

Amelle Breaking News

7 March 2010


Sugababes singer AMELLE BERRABAH has hired her new boyfriend as manager. The sexy star - in a legal battle over rights to the band's name - was spotted out with TOM BENN at London's Mayfair Hotel on Thursday. The pair were all over each other as they shared a bottle of wine but left separately to avoid being pictured. A source said: "She's put Tom in charge of her affairs as she wants them to be together as much as possible." A new beau is the best thing for Amelle, 25. She checked into a rehab centre in October with signs of "severe nervous exhaustion" soon after original bandmate KEISHA BUCHANAN was ousted.Though having your man around the office isn't always the best idea.

Sugababes interview Rytm Miasta (01.03.2010) Poland

Wear My Kiss - Behind The Scenes

Jade Ewen Interview Onet.Pl (02.03.2010) Poland

Singer to judge Eurovision acts

Singer to judge Eurovision acts
Last year’s UK hopeful will join famous panel to pick 2010 entry
Published: 06/03/2010

SUGABABES SINGER: Jade Ewen came fifth in last year’s Eurovision Song Contest
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Last year’s Eurovision hopeful Jade Ewen is to help judge acts vying to sing for the UK in 2010.

Four solo singers, one all-girl trio and a five-piece group will perform live for the chance to compete at the Eurovision Song Contest in Oslo, Norway, in May.

Ewen, who is now a member of the Sugababes, will join a panel including Strictly Come Dancing judge Bruno Tonioli and Pete Waterman, with the winner being decided by a public vote.

Two of this year’s hopefuls are originally from outside the UK. A member of the band Miss Fitz hails from just outside Oslo, while solo artist Esma grew up in Austria.

Another contestant, 18-year-old Karen, has previously beaten X Factor winner Joe McElderry in a singing competition.

Graham Norton, the Your Country Needs You! host and BBC1’s Eurovision commentator, said: “If any man can second-guess European musical tastes surely that man is Pete Waterman.”

Waterman is producing this year’s entry with his long-time hit-making collaborator Mike Stock.

Along with Matt Aitken, the producers were behind a string of 1980s hits.

Ewen came a respectable fifth in 2009, following years of poor results for the UK.

She performed Andrew Lloyd Webber and Diane Warren’s It’s My Time in Moscow. The hopefuls will compete in Your Country Needs You! on Friday at 8.30pm on BBC1.

The six acts are:

Alexis, 20. Alexis considers himself to be a “showman” and fell in love with singing at school.

Miss Fitz – Gemma, 27, Maiken, 23, and Marina, 25. The all-girl trio are from London.

Josh, 19. When he was 15, Josh was given the part of Enjolras in the school production of Les Miserables.

Karen, 18. Aged 16 she won Music Means Life, a contest in Durham for unsigned artists and bands which had 3,000 applicants. One of her competitors was X-Factor winner Joe McElderry.

UNI5 – Amy, 18, Sam, 22, Dani, 22, Daniella, 19, and Lee, 25. The group have come together for the show.

Esma, 17. Esma grew up in Austria in a Kurdish family and started to sing Celine Dion songs before she could speak English.

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Sugababes' Jade Ewen to be Eurovision judge

Sugababes' Jade Ewen to be Eurovision judge By Tom Bryant 6/03/2010

Singer Jade Ewen, who came fifth in last year's Eurovision Song Contest before joining the Sugababes, will help judge hopefuls for the UK's 2010 entry.

Four solo singers, one all-girl trio and a five-piece group will perform live for the chance to compete at the contest in Norway in May.

Jade will join a panel including Strictly Come Dancing judge Bruno Tonioli and record producer Pete Waterman, with the winner decided by a public vote.

Waterman is producing this year's song together with his long-time hit-making collaborator Mike Stock.

The BBC's Eurovision commentator Graham Norton said: "If any man can second guess European musical tastes surely that man is Pete Waterman. I can't wait to get to Oslo and see the competition.

Fingers crossed we can build on last year's success."

Waterman said: "Myself and Mike Stock are proud to be involved."