Monday, 31 October 2011

Sugababes Halloween photos from last year 2010

 The Sugababes on their "Witches" shoot for Look Magazine, looking Fab-u-lous !

Jade just before going out for the night ........... no sorry thats just before going into the studio for the "Witches " shoot for Look Magazine !

Amelle on a Bad Hair Day 30.10.11

I think I need 2 brush my hair!!! Its not looking good peeps!!

Plus I also put a question out there and Amelle Sweetly answered !~ JEF

You know is going to the jungle on Im a Celeb? As is on ice how bout + go in the jungle?
Not in a million years! Hehe! I can't stand spiders and I'm not eating no kangaroo balls!! But I love watching the show!xxx
ha ha hi hun , you would be FAB-U-LOUS with your humour, but i can understand your reluctance over the kangeroos gonads xxx

Sunday, 30 October 2011

4 New Wallpapers Heidi + Sugababes wearing Rubber

Doctrine of Pop - Sugababes. An In Depth Philosophy.

Sugababes. An In Depth Philosophy.

Introduction & Aims
Before we get to the philosophy of it all, I want to just say that I do try to remain purely analytical about the matter, however bias will always seep through somewhere in any work. I would like to state that my personal view is that 2.0 was the best version of the band, though 1.0 & 3.0 both had some excellent songs, Run For Cover and Never Gonna Dance Again respectively. With 4.0, although I see their potential, I am not so sure whether the band will ultimately blend well enough to compliment the groups heritage – however, they should be given a chance.
My reasons for writing this piece are simple, I find the great philosophical ideas endlessly fascinating, and I have a particular love for pop music. I could have written about many other bands/artists within music, however the Sugababes story lends itself extremely well to the philosophical ideas on personal identity through time – almost too well, so this has all come rather naturally.
My arguments put forward in the coming paragraphs are intended to demonstrate that the current lineup of the Sugababes should be named as such, due to the way the band has come to be in its present state. This is not to say that all of the current members deserve the prestige of the name, and a discussion on lineups will follow once I have gone through the length of my philosophical argument. I will first talk about the bands history, then the philosophy of it all, and then discuss the ins and outs of my views on who should be ultimately considered a Sugababe.
A Brief History of The Sugababes
The group started with Siobhan, Mutya and Keisha recording and releasing their debut album ‘One Touch’, the singles from the album did well, however not well enough and the group were dropped. During this era, Keisha and Siobhan had major fallouts, causing Siobhan to leave the group and proclaim Keisha a bully.
After this, Keisha and Mutya searched for a new member and found Heidi, here the group recorded ‘Angels With Dirty Faces’ and the smash hit ‘Freak Like Me’, arguably still one of the groups strongest singles. This version of the band released two more studio albums, ‘Three’ and ‘Taller In More Ways’ with continued growing success before Mutya walked out on the other two girls, practically overnight, in the middle of the latter’s campaign.
Determined to keep the album campaign for ‘Taller In More Ways’ going strong, Keisha and Heidi roped in Amelle. Here, she re recorded the album and released two more singles from it. After this, 3.0 released a greatest hits collection, followed by ‘Change’ and the commercial failure of ‘Catfights and Spotlights’.
The group went back into the studio in 2008 to start recording their 7th album, eventually titled ‘Sweet 7’, however ultimately Keisha was not to be part of the campaign. Reports circulated that Amelle had checked into rehab with depression and that Keisha was the cause – though this was never certain. Eventually, it was found out that Jade had been flown out to LA, where they were filming the video to ‘About A Girl’ and replaced Keisha in the group.
What happened during this time has never been made clear, however there have been many reports made. Ultimately, there seems to be two possible ways Keisha’s departure happened:
  1. Keisha was, and had been bullying Amelle (and maybe Heidi) for some time. After Amelle’s stint in rehab, she decided she couldn’t take anymore and decided to walk from the group. Heidi, unhappy at seeing her friend treated so badly, walked out as well to leave Keisha as the sole member of ‘The Sugababes’. At the time, the management were unwilling to lose two girls, so instead fired Keisha to save them so much of a headache.
  2. Keisha had lost it with Amelle and wanted her gone. She rang up management and told them that Amelle was to be fired, or she, herself would walk from the group – thinking that management would never fire the only original member. Management then rang up Heidi, who refused to back either of the two girls, not wanting to take sides. Management fired Keisha, coming as a huge shock to everyone.
Since then, the group finished the ‘Sweet 7’ campaign and moved on – though commercially they are still sadly failing terribly.
The Philosophy of it All
The ship of Theseus is a philosophical thought experiment for the topic of personal identity over time, as you will see, it is unquestionably relevant to ‘The Sugababes’ (Notice how for this piece I shall refer to ‘The Sugababes’ in commas, as a thing beyond any of its members. This is because in popular culture, the name has died with the last original member leaving, Keisha. Yet she was not there from the absolute beginning, where Siobhan and Mutya were creating the group, at a time where popular culture also names these two girls as ‘The Sugababes’. Tying the name to Keisha, therefore implies a contradiction.);
The argument for Theseus’ ship goes like this:
There is a ship owned by a great Roman warrior that has been sailing for decades. Over time, each piece of the ship has been replaced, every single wooden plank making its decks, and all the ropes used with its masts and sails – no item that comes to make the ship is original, all replacements. To anyones eye, it is the same ship, when anyone talks about Theseus’ ship they are pertaining the ship in question, but is it the same ship?
Similarly ‘The Sugababes’ no longer has any of its original members, each one, upon leaving, has been replaced by another person, yet the name is still carried forward.
  • Questions that must be asked here are:
  1. Does the ship have a continued existence over time? / Do ‘The Sugababes’ have a continued existence over time?
  2. If the ship/ ‘The Sugababes’ are deemed not to be as such in their current forms, when did they stop being what they claim to be? When the first original piece was removed, or the last?
If we deem the ship or ‘The Sugababes’ to not be a continued thing overtime, this leaves questions about how we subsequently view our own personal continued existence.
Similar to the ship and ‘The Sugababes’, our own memories come and go over time. You can imagine a scenario where as a child I have stolen an apple from an orchard, and as a middle aged man I remember doing this, yet by the time I am an old age pensioner I have forgotten all about it, yet still remember things that I have done when middle aged. The following explains in an easier form:
As a child I have just stolen an apple and remember doing so.
  • I am a middle aged man and remember stealing the apple when I was a child.
  • I am washing my car.
I am an old aged pensioner, whilst I remember washing the car when I was middle aged, I no longer hold the memory of stealing an apple when I was a child.
It is often cited that memory is what keeps a being the same person over time, that the mind is responsible for our continued personal identity. Though there are arguments against this, its unlikely that anyone would say the being at point C is a different person from A, though admittedly the body has gone through changes, possibly no cell in his body is the same from when he was a child. Indeed, within his own network of family and friends he is seen as the same person and is called by the same name – it is assumed he is a continued self from point A, through point C. Despite there being no direct link in memory between point A and point C, the link in the chain of point B is considered good enough to retain the personal identity.
In the same way as mentioned above, ‘The Sugababes’ has undergone several changes to its lineup, but not all at the same time, allowing for some kind of chain effect similar to the one above.
  • The band was formed with Siobhan, Mutya & Keisha. (1.0)
Siobhan left and Heidi joined.
  • It is now Mutya, Keisha and Heidi. (2.0)
Mutya left and Amelle joined.
  • It is now Keisha, Heidi and Amelle. (3.0)
Keisha left and Jade joined.
  • It is now Heidi, Amelle and Jade. (4.0)
Whilst there is no direct link in members between 1.0 and 4.0, it is clear there is the same linking continuity as seen in the above example with the apple. Heidi has been in the band with two original members and both new members, so she alone is enough to provide the continuity to the group, however this is strengthened with Amelle also having been present alongside Keisha. If we were to present a chart on who has helped to keep the band continuity the most, it would look something like this:
  1. Keisha & Heidi
  2. Mutya & Amelle
  3. Siobhan & Jade.
However, we are not, so lets move on…
If anyone argues that ‘The Sugababes’ are no longer the same, they must first admit that they are no longer the same continued person as when they were a child. The band clearly has a similar continued existence to that of personal memories, each having a chain of links that reach back to the past so similar that to claim one as invalidly continued would mean having to claim the other invalid as well. Here you can either agree that both continually exist over time, or disagree, subscribing to the idea that you aren’t the same person as when you were born – something I suspect you wont accept.
However, there is a problem, if we return to the thought experiment of Theseus’ ship, what happens if someone collected all of the old pieces of ship, and put them back together to create the original ship – we now have two examples of one and the same ship – are we to claim they are both the exact same ship?
Similarly, we can now claim that, so long as there is continuity to the members, ‘The Sugababes’ can still rightfully be called The Sugababes, however, what happens if all three original members were to get back together and reform, which band would then be ‘The Sugababes’?
In this case we actually have two ‘The Sugababes’ with equal rights to call themselves the name, however, not in a way you might expect. If we imagine that ‘The Sugababes’ is a person with a brain and a body. This person undergoes surgery to have the brain taken out of her body and each half of her brain is placed in the body of another person. In this instance, into person 1.0 and 4.0. Where does the original ‘The Sugababes’ end up?
There are three potential answers we could give, however not one of them is satisfactory:
  1. Both 1.0 and 4.0 is this person called ‘The Sugababes’.
This is clearly impossible, for it stands to reason that if person A is ‘The Sugababes’, then person B cannot also be ‘The Sugababes’. If you think about it from your own perspective, if you are you, then someone else cannot also be you.
  1. Neither 1.0 or 4.0 are ‘The Sugababes’.
This is clearly absurd, as both have memories of being ‘The Sugababes’ and have properties of being ‘The Sugababes’. If properties of being ‘The Sugababes’ still exist, then it follows that ‘The Sugababes’ must still exist.
  1. Only one of the two (1.0 or 4.0) is ‘The Sugababes’.
This is impossible! If 1.0 has the same properties of being ‘The Sugababes’ as 4.0, how can we rationally say that 1.0 is ‘The Sugababes’ and 4.0 isn’t? It simply doesn’t work.
Clearly none of the above answers are satisfactory to reason, so there must be another answer. Pretend that the transplant has yet to take place, and that this person called ‘The Sugababes’ is still waiting in hospital for her brain to be put into someone else, only this time just one person. This person will look like ‘The Sugababes’ and will have had the same life experiences as her. When this transplant takes place, will ‘The Sugababes’ still exist?
The answer to this question is a little confusing, but graspable. Though the original woman called ‘The Sugababes’ wouldn’t actually exist, the person now called ‘The Sugababes’ would be exactly the same as her – therefore meaning that they are, in essence, the same – something that is exactly like another thing is as good as being that thing.
As you can see this is the same as our band ‘The Sugababes’, whilst they aren’t the same people as the originals, they still have largely the same memories (thanks to the chain continuity) and have largely the same back stories within the band. They are not the original Sugababes, but they are exactly like them, and surely anything that is exactly like something is as good as being that thing?
To clarify this, I shall give an example:
Say 10 years ago in the UK a group of 5 people got together to form a popular music club, each week they would meet at a local town hall and discuss everything to do with the national chart. After 5 years of getting together, two of the members moved to the USA and the club stopped meeting. However, after being in their new country for a while, the two members decided to start up a new club, with exactly the same name, speaking about the same content, and meeting in a local town hall.
To anyone who was an outsider, it was the same club as before, and even to its members it was the same club as before, despite clearly going through some major changes.
The same thing has gone on with ‘The Sugababes’, whilst there is not complete continuity, there is enough to proclaim that the band is still “the same”.
The importance of each girl to ‘The Sugababes’ is a matter of degree. Where at the start Siobhan was arguably very important to the band, she seems all be irrelevant now, and vice versa for Heidi. The same can also be said about Mutya, and in even more time Keisha. You couldn’t see Siobhan singing ‘About You Now’, for instance, the bands biggest selling single.
This is very similar, once again to personal identity – only this time linked into morality. Where I stole the apple as a child and was never punished, it seems absurd to punish me now for doing it as an 80 year old man. Whilst I am still the same person, arguably a lot of change has happened in the 70 or so years since the incident took place. Not only are most, if not all of the cells in my body different to then, I can no longer remember the crime and would not commit the same robbery again. In this case, we should view me at the age of 80 as a kind of distant relative to me as a child – in the same way that I am surviving from all of my past generations. We must view ourselves not as exactly the same person to when we were children, but as a person with this sort of inherent continuity between then and now.
‘The Sugababes’ today are not just exactly like ‘The Sugababes’ of yesterday, they are ‘The Sugababes’, albeit just a distant relation to the original version of the band. If anyone says they are not a continuation of the band, this same person must also conform to the idea that they are not the same person as the one they were in their past – an idea few would adhere to. Whilst this all may seem very elaborate, its fair to call the current version of the band by their rightful name, ‘The Sugababes’.
Here I have tried to show how the story of ‘The Sugababes’ can fit into the ideas of philosophy. I have shown primary ideas, such as Thesus’ ship and also tried to foresee some criticisms of these ideas, with outlines of how these criticisms could be overcome. Though I admit this is probably a little deep for a discussion on a pop group, and no doubt people will believe what they want to, my aim here was to argue logically for a reason as to why the current version of ‘The Sugababes’ should be named as such.
Review, lineup by lineup – my own subjective opinion.
Whilst the above shows that the current lineup of ‘The Sugababes’ should be named as such, whether the four girls deserve it is a different matter.
It’s a weird coincidence with ‘The Sugababes’ that with each subsequent album, critical acclaim has got poorer. Back when 1.0 launched with ‘One Touch’, the music really was groundbreaking and the critical response reflected this, ‘Overload’ and ‘Run 4 Cover’ were met with particularly high praise and these two singles are arguably the best to be lifted from a debut album from any UK girl band. What is truly remarkable about this line up, above all else, is the age of its members. At the age of just 16, Siobhan, Mutya and Keisha had managed to produce an album totally unique for any girl band before or after, it was current, edgy and cool – it just didn’t sell very well.
With the introduction of Heidi, 2.0 are likely to be remembered as the ‘babes defining era. The music was good, great at times, with songs such as ‘Freak Like Me’ and ‘Round Round’ – this was also the time where they had the most continued string of success. Whilst some might think that Heidi is too forgettable to be considered a turning point in the ‘babes fortunes, lets observe probable public opinion at the time. With 1.0, there wasn’t a single member that was seemingly able to connect with the public, though they all had equally great voices, Siobhan, Keisha and Mutya were collectively dull. Whilst people don’t purchase music for the personality of its musicians, it at least helps if people can retain enough interest in you when being interviewed on TV, radio or in a magazine, furthermore to remain glued to the telly for the short amount of time your videos are running! Its rather ironic that today people keep wanting to go back to ‘real’ music, with success not decided upon by the artists looks and personality, but on musical merit, yet in the past where this was served to them, the public refused to bite. With Heidi joining, ‘The Sugababes’ didn’t just get a distinctive voice, they got the ‘pretty one who smiles too’. Young girls related to her, males wanted to be with her and the older generations saw her as a nice person – she draw visual and personal interest toward the band. Without Heidi, its fair to say, ‘The Sugababes’ may never have had albums that sold (well) and, consequently, may not have survived the 10 years she has currently brought with her to the present day.
When Mutya left, ‘The Sugababes’ lost their distinctive edge, though retained Heidi’s personality and Keisha’s power – so not all was lost. Actually, the reign of Keisha, Heidi and Amelle as 3,0 saw the bands biggest selling single, ‘About You Now’, however compare this to ‘Freak Like Me’ and its clear the distinctive sound had been lost. Amelle is a peculiar case in ‘The Sugababes’, whilst she has been with them for at least as long as Mutya now, she seems to have left far less of a stamp on their history. This is, perhaps because she was brought in as a ‘as close as possible’ match to replace Mutya (and, to be fair has done as good a job as anyone else could), or, simply because she has very little creative flair. Either way, the quality of the music has dipped since she joined, and she simply hasn’t brought enough to ‘The Sugababes’ to be considered a worthy recipient of the name on her own.
Jade Ewen is a bit of an oxymoron in terms of ‘The Sugababes’, she comes to both represent exactly what the group doesn’t stand for and exactly what it does. With the former of the two, she has come from a reality TV singing competition and represented the UK in Eurovision, here she had no creative control and was simply a puppet, conforming to the whims of a higher corporation. With the latter, she has come from a loving family, where she has had to care for her disable parents and has had a lengthy struggle to make it as a singer – she is the ultimate grounded girl and has a background people should, if not relate to, connect with. However, with Sugababes 4.0, like 1.0, once again, the public are not ‘getting’ it. The Sugababes name has never been considered at one with sex and female bodily perfection, yet the 4th lineup seem to be hung up on this matter. Where rivals such as ‘Girls Aloud’ are known to be great looking women, the ‘babes aren’t and here 4.0 are conflicting with the bands history. Quite frankly, how can three such stunning looking girls be singing songs like ‘Freak Like Me’ and ‘Stronger’? The very lyrical content of these songs, being outsiders looking in to the norm, contrasts with the performers singing them. To further strain this issue, the band cannot simply turn back to the old days, like where 1.0 and 2.0 used to dress in baggy trousers and army outfits, as that was the way the original, less conventionally attractive members made themselves alluring – being all the more sexy for it. Now all we’ve seen what 4.0 have to offer, covering them up will look like damage control – a shame as Heidi looked fabulous in the unconventional.
No Sugababes lineup was as good a 2.0, without the mix of Mutya’s distinctiveness, Keisha’s tone and Heidi’s persona, the band are disjointed. Although every other member has given something to the group, whether it be, again Siobhan’s distinctive vocals or Jade’s power, without the 3 truly integral members of 2.0, the band is a shadow lurking behind the figure of what it could be. However, the true irony of the situation is as follows: Although 2.0 are the defining moment in Sugababes history, I get the impression that if all six members formed a supergroup, it could be the best damn girl group the world has ever seen, and to this extent, even 2.0 are a shadow in terms of overall potential. I get the feeling that given every girl was up for a reunion of sorts, the band known as ‘The Sugababes’, could once again linger at the top end of the charts, being far greater than the sum of its parts.
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The philosophical ideas in this post have been inspired by the great minds of: John Locke, David Hume and Derek Parfit.

Wednesday, 26 October 2011

Sugababes New Album available to Pre-Order now !

Thanks to @AmelleFans for the heads up.

Looks like the Release date is 9th April 2012

Click on this link to Pre-order The Sugababes new album  ~JEF


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Sunday, 23 October 2011

23.10.11 Modelling network require 2 male Models for Sugababes video on Chris Moyles Quiz Night

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by Modelling Network on Sunday, 23 October 2011 at 22:35
The new series of Chris Moyles Quiz Night is doing a shoot tomorrow morning with the Sugababes recreating their music video for 'Freedom', and they need two buff good-looking men to dance with them.
It's not any complicated dancing, just as if in a club. Required for 90mins. £100ish.
If you or any of your friends are suitable Email is

Photos of Amelle outside ITV Studios 27.9.11- Contact Music

Jade Ewen in More Magazine 24.10.11

Gorgeous Photos of Heidi on way to Wedding

My amazing dress by Vivien of holloway! X


Thursday, 20 October 2011

Amelle leaving the X Factor Studios 16.10.11

If you missed it, watch Amelle on the Xtra Factor last Sunday with Professor Green and The Wanted.
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Liverpool actress Jennifer Ellison tipped as strong contender for new series of Dancing On Ice

Liverpool actress Jennifer Ellison tipped as strong contender for new series of Dancing On Ice

Jennifer Ellison,Actress
LIVERPOOL actress Jennifer Ellison was today tipped as a “strong contender” for the new series of Dancing On Ice.
The former Brookside star is training for the ITV1 hit show, which starts in January.
She will be joined by fellow Merseysider Heidi Range, who found fame as one third of Sugababes.
The Aintree-born singer maintained her ever-glamorous appearance as she arrived at the Slough ice rink in sky-high heels.
Jorgie Porter, who plays Theresa in Liverpool-made soap Hollyoaks, is also among the famous faces taking part.
The celebrities are already going through their paces with professionals Jane Torvill and Christopher Dean.
Jennifer looked nervous as she took her first shaky steps on the ice earlier this week.
A source told the ECHO: “Jen was approached about it a few years ago but she felt this was the right time.
“She always gives 110%. She is one of the best-known stars in this series of Dancing On Ice and she could be a serious contender.”
Jennifer was crowned champion celebrity chef in ITV1’s Hell’s Kitchen in 2004.
Others getting ready to battle on the ice include fashion designer Sadie Frost, British number one ski racer Chemmy Alcott, EastEnders actress Laila Morse and fitness guru Rosemary Conley.
The male celebrities include Emmerdale actor Matthew Wolfenden, Corrie’s Andy Whyment, former England goalkeeper Ian Walker – the son of ex-Everton FC boss Mike – and ex-Blue Peter presenter Andy Akinwolere.

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Monday, 17 October 2011

Sugababes original lineup to reform? ~ Digital Spy + Heatworld

Sugababes original lineup to reform?

Published Monday, Oct 17 2011, 18:56 BST | By Lewis Corner
The original Sugababes: Keisha, Mutya and Siobhan
© PA Images / William Conran/PA Archive
The original lineup of the Sugababes are set to reform, a report has suggested.

The founding members of the girl group - Keisha Buchanan, Mutya Buena and Siobhan Donaghy - are said to be working on new material before they make the reunion official.

According to Wot You Got the original trio "haven't signed anything official yet, but they have been demoing some new songs to see if they can re-capture that magic of their debut album".

The site added: "If they get that right, then they'll sign on the dotted lines."

Buchanan played her first solo gig earlier this year, showcasing some of her new material at an event in London.

However, no official release date or record deal has been announced for the star since she left the group back in September 2009.

Current member Jade Ewen recently revealed that it was "nice" to talk to Buchanan after filling her spot in the pop band two years ago.

Meanwhile, Buena recently won the rights to use the Sugababes name on Class 16 goods, which includes stationery, gift wrap and gift wrap ribbons.

Watch the original Sugababes perform their debut hit 'Overload' live below:


Could the original Sugababes be getting back together?

Posted by heatworld 17 October 2011 19:44


Could the original Sugababes be getting back together?

This excites us A LOT. Reports have been flying around that the original line up for the band, Sugababes, are in talks to reunite and hit the world with a barrel load of pop hits. Eeeeeek!
According to Wot You Got Keisha, Mutya and Siobhan, "haven't signed anything official yet, but they have been demoing some new songs to see if they can re-capture that magic of their debut album".
O. M. Geeeeeee!
Only recently Mutya Bueno won the rights to use the band’s name on things like stationary and gift-wrap. You know, should she ever wish to branch out into the world of gift-wrap and pencils. As you do. Mutya, if you ever make a liquid-filled Sugababes pencil case, we will totes buy one.
Siobhan and Mutya were just 13 when they formed the band in 1998. After recruiting Mutya’s mate Keisha, the trio set about creating their amazing debut Overload. Which we LOVED. Who didn’t?
In 2001 during a tour around Japan, Siobhan decided to end her Sugababes dream and left the band. She was replaced by current member Heidi Range.
Mutya was next to scarper, in 2005, leaving Keisha and Heidi to pick Amelle Barrabah as her replacement.
It wasn’t until 2009 that Keisha, the final original member of the band, left the band. Her departure was surrounded by controversy because, according to Keisha’s twitter comments, it wasn’t her decision to quit. Ouch.
And now it would seem the trio have come full-circle and will potentially be getting back together again. We wonder what Siobhan, Keisha and Mutya will call their new group? Sugaladies perhaps?

X Factor: Amelle Berrabah loves Rhythmix and Misha B but NOT Frankie Cocozza

X Factor: Amelle Berrabah loves Rhythmix and Misha B but NOT Frankie Cocozza

October 17th, 2011 by Lisa McGarry.

Amelle Berrabah has admitted that she thinks the right two acts were in the bottom two on last night’s X Factor.
The Sugababes singer appeared on tonight’s Xtra Factor and revealed that she didn’t enjoy either Nu Vibe or Frankie Cocozza’s performance on the main show and thought they both ‘deserved’ to be in danger of elimination.
Amelle said:
“I don’t think they were at their best tonight, that’s for sure. Frankie he struggled a little bit and I think people saw it. I think they both deserved to be in the bottom two.”
However Berrabah did enjoy some of the show and explained that she was wowed by Rhythmix’s performance last night. She added:
I’ve become a really big fan of Rhythmix, they’re wicked! I think they’re so good. To be honest, last week I wasn’t that impressed but last night they shut me up. They’ve got a fan for life now, they’re wicked. I think they’re fresh, they can sing and they’ve got some great swagger about them. I think a lot of people will be able to relate to them as well, they’re nice girls.
The brunette beauty was also impressed by Sami Brookes and Misha B and continued:
Sami she’s got some big voice, but Misha is wicked as well, she is so talented.
Who did you enjoy listening to on The X Factor last weekend and do you think Frankie and Nu Vibe deserved to be at the bottom? Leave your comments below.

Amelle and Professor Green at X Factor 16.10.11

Me and at X Factor!!x

Tune into ITV2 at 9pm 2 watch me on the 'Extra Factor'!xxx

Sunday, 16 October 2011

Latest Sugababes Schedule 16.10.11

Don't Forget to Download your Free copy of Freedom here  or Click photo above ~ JEF


Mon Oct 3rd AMELLE TV on Never Mind the Buzzcocks

Sun Oct 16th AMELLE TV on ITV2 Xtra Factor 9pm

                         HEIDI TV appearing on Dancing On Ice on ITV1

Jennifer Ellison, Heidi Range and Sadie Frost hit the rink ahead of next year's Dancing On Ice

Getting their skates on! Jennifer Ellison, Heidi Range and Sadie Frost hit the rink ahead of next year's Dancing On Ice

By Sarah Bull

Last updated at 12:14 PM on 16th October 2011

There is always speculation about who is going to be trying their luck on the rink on ITV talent show Dancing On Ice.

And next year the line-up looks better than ever, with stars including Jennifer Ellison, Heidi Range and Sadie Frost among the famous faces taking part.

The celebrities were spotted trying to go unnoticed as they arrived at the ice rink in Slough, keeping their heads down as they made their way inside to start training with professionals Jane Torvill and Christopher Dean.

Get your skates on! Jennifer Ellison is one of the celebrities set to take part in this year's Dancing On Ice
Get your skates on! Jennifer Ellison is one of the celebrities set to take part in next year's Dancing On Ice

Ready for action: Sugababes singer Heidi Range and fashion designer Sadie Frost were seen arriving for practice
Ready for action: Sugababes singer Heidi Range and fashion designer Sadie Frost were seen arriving for practice

Jennifer, dressed in an all-black tracksuit, grey legwarmers and matching black headband, looked very nervous as she made her way on to the ice, holding on tightly to Dean's hands as he gently guided her around the rink.

The 28-year-old actress will be joined by fellow stars including Hollyoaks actress Jorgie Porter, British number one ski racer Chemmy Alcott and EastEnders actress Laila Morse.

Laila, who plays Mo Harris in the BBC soap, appeared to be slightly more confident than Jennifer on the ice, but had to keep her arms out at her sides to help maintain her balance.

Careful! EastEnders actress Laila Morse, who plays Mo Harris, uses her arms to balance herself on the ice
Careful! EastEnders actress Laila Morse, who plays Mo Harris, uses her arms to balance herself on the ice

At an advantage? Rosemary Conley is a keen ice skater, while alpine skier Chemmy Alcott is used to the freezing cold conditions
At an advantage? Rosemary Conley is a keen ice skater, while alpine skier Chemmy Alcott is used to the freezing cold conditions
At an advantage? Rosemary Conley is a keen ice skater, while alpine skier Chemmy Alcott is used to the freezing cold conditions

Fashion designer Sadie appeared to have put her love of clothes before staying warm on the rink as she arrived for practice wearing a tiny black dress and tights, while Sugababes singer Heidi maintained her ever-glamorous appearance in sky-high red heels.

The female side of the celebrities competing on this year's show is completed by fitness guru Rosemary Conley.

The 64-year-old star was seen arriving at the rink ready for action in a pair of black jogging bottoms, turquoise top and pink jacket.

Here come the boys: Former Spurs goalkeeper Ian Walker, ex Blue Peter presenter Andy Akinwolere and Emmerdale star Matthew Wolfenden arrive at the rink in Slough, Berkshire
Here come the boys: Former Spurs goalkeeper Ian Walker, ex Blue Peter presenter Andy Akinwolere and Emmerdale star Matthew Wolfenden arrive at the rink in Slough, Berkshire
Here come the boys: Former Spurs goalkeeper Ian Walker, ex Blue Peter presenter Andy Akinwolere and Emmerdale star Matthew Wolfenden arrive at the rink in Slough, Berkshire

Here come the boys: Former Spurs goalkeeper Ian Walker, ex Blue Peter presenter Andy Akinwolere and Emmerdale star Matthew Wolfenden arrive at the rink in Slough, Berkshire

Gently does it: Coronation Street actor Andy Whyment gets some help on the ice from Jane Torvill and Christopher Dean
Gently does it: Coronation Street actor Andy Whyment gets some help on the ice from Jane Torvill and Christopher Dean

And Rosemary is no stranger to ice skating, crediting the sport recently for helping keep her in shape.

She explained: 'I didn't step on to the ice until just before my 60th birthday, but as a child I used to slide around our polished floor in my socks.

'It's quite funny really because I never actually got on to the ice until I was a pensioner. I love it, but I'm not very good!'

Ready to begin: Torvill and Dean look ready for action as they begin the rehearsals with this year's stars
Ready to begin: Torvill and Dean look ready for action as they begin the rehearsals with this year's stars
Spotted: After wearing a Halloween mask, Wolfenden let his disguise slip as he headed home in his car
Spotted: After wearing a Halloween mask, Wolfenden let his disguise slip as he headed home in his car


Jennifer Ellison, 28 - Former Brookside actress who has been dancing since the age of three
Laila Morse, 66 - EastEnders star who plays Mo Harris in the BBC soap
Sadie Frost, 46 - Fashion designer and former dancer, she appeared in a music video aged 16
Jorgie Porter, 23 - Famous for playing Theresa McQueen in Channel 4 soap Hollyoaks
Chemmy Alcott, 29 - Used to cold conditions, Chemmy is Britain's number one alpine skier
Rosemary Conley, 64 - Fitness guru has previously credited ice skating for helping her stay in shape
Matthew Wolfenden, 31 - Best known for playing David Metcalfe in ITV soap Emmerdale
Andy Whyment, 30 - Another soap star, who plays Kirk Sutherland in Coronation Street
Andy Akinwolere, 28 - Former Blue Peter presenter who has swam across the Palau Trench
Ian Walker, 39 - Ex Tottenham Hotspurs goalkeeper - but will he be any good on the ice?
But it looks like Rosemary and the rest of the female competitors are going to have some stiff competition from the men.
Leading the stars competing is Emmerdale actor Matthew Wolfenden, who plays David Metcalfe in the ITV soap.
Wolfenden did his best to remain unrecognisable as he arrived for his first rehearsal, hiding behind a ghoulish Halloween mask as he arrived at the rink.
But the 31-year-old actor let his disguise slip as he got back in his car to head home after the touch practice.
A source told the Sunday People: 'The contestants were all trying not to be seen.
'Emmerdale's Matthew wore a Halloween mask. They were really focused on their rehearsals.'
Fellow soap star Andy Whyment, who plays Coronation Street's Kirk Sutherland, will be competing against Wolfenden in the show, and appeared to be making good progress as he got some tips on how to balance on the ice from Dean.
The other male celebrities taking part include former Tottenham Hotspurs goalkeeper Ian Walker and ex Blue Peter Presenter Andy Akinwolere, who seemed to be in good spirits as he made his way inside.
It remains to be seen which other famous faces will be taking part in the competition, as last year's Dancing On Ice began with 16 celebrity contestants, before cutting them down to 12 in a brutal first show.
Dancing On Ice is set to begin on ITV1 next January.

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