Singer Amelle Berrabah is best known as member of chart-topping pop trio The Sugababes. She replaced founding member Mutya Buena in the group in December 2005, and went on to enjoy eight successful years with the band, achieving two number one spots in the UK charts before splitting in September 2013.
As well as the Sugababes, Amelle also scored a solo number one single in 2009 after collaborating with Tinchy Stryder on their single Never Leave You, making her the first member of The Sugarbabes to achieve a number one single outside of the group.
I've always loved gymnastics, I used to watch it as a kidAmelle
Born in Aldershot, Hampshire to Moroccan parents. Amelle has four sisters Samiya, Laila, Zakiya and Nora and a brother Khaled. Her first foray into the world of pop was with band boo2, with her sister, Samiya and fame soon beckoned after winning won Top of The Pops magazine’s Star Search in 2003.
Currently Amelle is working on a solo album whilst also dipping her toe into the world of acting, appearing in the 2014 Brit thriller Plastic.