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1st January 2013: Original Sugababes perform in public for first time in over a decade as newly reformed MKS
They're back! Original Sugababes perform in public for first time in over a decade as newly reformed MKS
PUBLISHED:22:26, 1 January 2013| UPDATED:22:26, 1 January 2013
They were one of the biggest girlbands of the Noughties.
And Keisha Buchanan, Mutya Buena and Siobhan Donaghy each left Sugababes one by one amid rumours of infighting and bust-ups.
But the girls, now known as MKS, are back and played their first gig in more than a decade at a New Year's Eve party on Monday night.
Blast from the past: The original line-up of the Sugababes performed in public for the first time on New Year's Eve more than a decade after their debut album was released
The singers, who announced they were reforming in July last year, coordinated their outfits and dressed all in black for the show.
Siobhan wore a black vest top with leather trousers while Keisha wore a dark top with patterned lace tights.
Best buds: All three original members of the Sugababes separately left the band over time amid rumours of infighting and arguments
Looking back: The band originally formed in 1998 and rose to fame in the Noughties but red-haired Siobhan was the first to leave the group amid rumours of arguments between the girls
The threesome covered Rihanna's hit song Diamonds and they also sung their first Sugababes single Overload and later release Freak Like Me.
Keisha posted pictures of the girls together on Twitter and wrote: 'Argggh love my sisters. (sic)'
Mutya added: 'We promised every1 something frm us by new yrs and we gave it hope u all enjoyed last nite who ever was there an enjoyin it on youtube xxxxx. (sic)'
Changing faces: Siobhan was replaced by Heidi Range after she left the band, creating the second of four line-ups
The pop star's have suggested their upcoming album is better than their original album One Touch with Mutya insisting fans will love their new material.
She recently told Ponystep Magazine: 'I think it's a step up from the first album. I just hope people will enjoy it. Actually, I know people will enjoy it!'
Renewed bond: The original Sugababes have reformed after announcing they were working on new material last year
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