The Sugababes have claimed that releasing a posthumous Amy Winehouse album should be decided by her family.
The group, who are gearing up to release their eighth studio album this year, said that the late singer was "a really lovely girl" and that her family should decide whether to put out her unreleased material.
Heidi Range told Digital Spy: "When we did meet her she was a really lovely girl. We worked with a lot of people who work closely with her.
"Everyone always spoke really highly of her as a person - that she was just a really nice girl."
Asked whether they would like to hear a posthumous album, Range replied. "It's up to her family."
Jade Ewen added: "I personally think that should be left. As an artist, it depends on whether she wanted that material out.
"When you're going through the creative process there are some songs where you feel you wouldn't be proud to put them out; that it was unfinished or maybe it didn't quite work. You always want to be remembered in your best light."
Former Sugababe KEISHA BUCHANAN is going to be a serious solo star if this week’s performance at The Jacques Townhouse was anything to go by. Keisha showcased her new tracks and played some Sugababes covers and a blistering cover of BEYONCE’s Girls.
She told me she’s heading back into the studio now to finish her debut solo album.
She said: “I was so nervous and was absolutely shaking before I went on. It’s been a year since I picked up a mic so anything could have happened. Now the plan is for me to go back into the studio and finish off the rest of the album.
"There are going to be some exciting collaborations on there. It’s possible one of them could be with JLS or LEONA, you never know.”
Here’s hoping, Keisha.