Monday, 13 August 2012

Suga dumped: More dramas for the Sugababes as they reform as MKS - Daily Mirror

Suga dumped: More dramas for the Sugababes as they reform as MKS

Mutya, Keisha and Siobhan prove they lost none of their feistiness while they were away by giving their shocked manager the boot

New image: The girls have reformed as MKS
New image: The girls have reformed as MKS

in their former professional lives as the Sugababes they were plagued with dramas.
And now it appears there’s more turbulence in the lives of Mutya, Keisha and Siobhan as the group gets back ­together.
I can reveal the girls have parted ways with manager Felix Howard, the man who got them to reform and give it all a shot a second time.
Sources claim Felix was fired, ­although the girls’ PR rep Shoshanna Stone insists it was a “mutual parting of ways”.
My mole told me: “The girls got rid of him – there’s no two ways about it. They didn’t think things were working out and wanted to get a new manager. Everyone was really shocked.
“Felix knows how to manage a band and is a good guy for the job. But they wouldn’t have it and thought best to get a new manager before they started releasing the new music. There’s no bad blood.”
The original Sugababes line-up of Mutya Buena, Keisha Buchanan and Siobhan ­Donaghy – or MKS as they’re now known – have signed a new record deal with Polydor Records and have three possible lead singles ready to go in the coming months.
Now don’t get me wrong – I’m bubbling with ­excitement for this comeback. They can sing, cut it live and have a chance at chart glory. But they have got to pull it together without these dramz.
Felix wrote their debut hit Overload and was widely considered to be behind the gritty early sound of the band. Now they are ­searching for the right person to guide them back from the dead.
Another source said: “They were looking for a manager to co-manage with Felix but it seemed better to find one rather than two.”
I’m sitting well on the fence on that but I reckon MKS stand a great chance.

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