"Sugababes" are a girl group formed in London, England, in 1998. They have so far released 16 singles that have reached worldwide top 40 charts, including four UK number one singles. They have also had three UK top five albums — ''Angels With Dirty Faces'' in 2002, ''Three'' in 2003 and the Number 1 album ''Taller in More Ways'' in 2005. They won at the Brit Awards for 'Best British Dance Act' in 2003, and were nominated twice for Best British Single - "Overload" in 2001 and "Push The Button" in 2006.
Keisha Buchanan (born 30 September 1984) and Mutya Buena (born 21 May 1985) were childhood friends in London and met Siobhan Donaghy (born 14 June 1983) at a party when they were thirteen. Buchanan's family hails from Jamaica while Buena's mother is Irish and her father comes from the Philippines. The trio decided to form a group together soon after in 1998. London Records decided to offer the group a contract when the girls were 14 and brought in Cameron McVey, known for his work with All Saints to develop an album.
The first single "Overload" made the UK Top 10 and was nominated for a Brit Award. The group largely wrote ''One Touch'' album which had three fur...
|Background||group or band|
|Current members|| Keisha Buchanan (1998-)|
Heidi Range (2002-)
Amelle Berrabah (2006-)
|Past members|| Siobhan Donaghy (1998-2001)|
Mutya Buena (1998-2005)