Via The Daily Mirror
Girlband The Sugababes are being sued by founder member Keisha Buchanan – who is trying to BAN the group from using their name.
Keisha, who formed the band in 1998, has launched a legal bid to claim a stake in the Sugababes brand – which she says has grown into a multi-million pound business over the past 12 years.
Keisha – who was forced to quit the chart-toppers last September – has now demanded that the current line-up of Heidi Range, Amelle Berrabah and Jade Ewen call themselves something else or pay her a one-off sum which could potentially be millions of pounds.
If her dramatic High Court action is successful, it could spell the end for the band, who are soon due to release their new album Sweet 7. Continue Reading….
Wow Keisha isn’t messing around.
Heidi and Amelle now spend their time in interviews crying and labelling former band mate Keisha “a bully”. But it’s not helping and the new Sugababes line up/look seems to be flopping.
The last single release About A Girl failed to set the charts on fire and the re-recorded forthcoming album Sweet 7 stripped of Keisha’s original vocals, has ‘major fail’ written all over it.
I wish you the best of luck with this lawsuit Keisha.
This is going to be interesting!
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