The Sugababes are an English pop girl group based in London, consisting of members Heidi, Amelle and Jade Ewen.
The Sugababes were formed in 1998 by founding members Siobhán, Mutya and Keisha. In August 2001, after just one album Siobhán departed and was replaced by Heidi. In 2005, Mutya left the band and was replaced by Amelle. In 2009, it was confirmed that after eleven years in the band, Keisha was no longer part of the group and had been replaced by Jade Ewen.
Keisha Buchanan features on the song "Far Away" from Jay Sean's UK edition of All or Nothing. Buchanan is currently recording her debut solo album.
Since her departure from the Sugababes, Mutya Buena has worked with a range of record producers, singers and musicians, including Amy Winehouse, George Michael and dance music writers Groove Armada. Buena began working on her debut album in early 2006, the first single to was duet with George Michael , entitled This Is Not Real Love. Released in November 2006, it was a U.K. Top 20. Buena was on the Channel 4 show, Celebrity Big Brother 2009 until she walked on the night of the second eviction, Buena's latest appearance was performing at Birmingham Gay Pride on 28 May 2011.
Siobhán Donaghy started writing music with the help of former producer Cameron McVey, In March 2003, Donaghy released "Nothing But Song" On 23 June 2003, she released her first commercial solo single "Overrated", which peaked at 19 in the United Kingdom. Donaghy's debut album Revolution in Me was released 29 September 2003. She recorded a second album Ghosts which was released on 25 June 2007 and peaked at 92. She also appeared as the character of Mimi, a lead role, in the William Baker directed production of RENT in London's West End at the Duke of York's Theatre.