The sold-out gig will be Mutya Keisha Siobhan's first headline show in over 12 years. Tickets were snapped up by eager fans in just 14 minutes when they went on sale earlier this month. Fans can expect to hear hits from the original Sugababes line-up alongside new material including the upcoming single 'Flatline'.
Since bursting onto the music scene in April 2012 with the acclaimed 'Intro Intro', 17-year-old Little Nikki has toured with Rita Ora and Rizzle Kicks, while being tipped for success by MTV, The Independent, We Love Pop, Grazia, Pride, The Line of Best Fit among many others.
The 17-year-old, who last week debuted her brand new single 'Little Nikki Says' is set to bring the energy, power and raw talent for which she is known to the stage for what promises to be a memorable performance.
Little Nikki said: "I am so excited to be invited to support Mutya Keisha Siobhan at Scala. I can't wait to perform and then see the girls back on stage together!"
Mutya Keisha Siobhan said: "When we watched Little Nikki perform live last year we were blown away by her talent. We can't wait for everyone to see what we saw!"
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