Three members of British pop group Bucks Fizz have been ordered to stop using the band's name after singer Bobby G won a court case.
Cheryl Baker, Mike Nolan, and Jay Aston have been performing under the moniker The Original Bucks Fizz, but their former bandmate took legal action, insisting his wife owns the trademark.
It has now emerged Bobby G, real name Robert Gubby, has won the case, forcing Baker, Nolan and Aston to find a new name for their group.
A lawyer for the trio says, "Clearly the band is extremely disappointed in this decision and we will be immediately appealing it through the High Courts to get this overturned."
The vocal four-piece formed in 1981 and shot to international fame when their song, Making Your Mind Up, won the Eurovision Song Contest that year.