Mis-Teeq - Former Mis-Teeq band member Su- Elise Nash London, England - arrives at the May Fair hotel to attend newlyweds Angellica Bell and Michael Underwood's party to celebrate their nuptials with family and friends Saturday 9th April 2011
In the swanky environs of the Grosvenor House Hotel on London's Park Lane amidst the remnants of a champagne breakfast and in the eye of a media whirlwind Contact Music met the lovely Su-Elise of R'n'B/garage pop phenomena Mis-Teeq. At just 19, the youngest of the three (other members being Sabrina and Alesha)
With publicity, reaching intense levels in the weeks building up to the release of the hotly anticipated new album, 'Eye Candy', you might expect her to be flustered or stressed but far from it.
Curled up on a sofa she exudes cool, and seems so sure of her own mind that even when she claims that Shaggy is a real gent you find yourself believing her. The girls are on top.
Contact Music: Your debut album, 'Lickin' on both sides' is the biggest selling record by any female garage artist (500 thousand to date), how do you think it became so successful?
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Mis-Teeq are Sabrina (22), Alesha (22), and Su-Elise (19) - three super-fly talented London girls who are representing the UK urban music scene with energy and passion while keeping their feet firmly on the ground.
Mis-teeqs new single, One Night Stand, and album, Lickin on Both Sides are out right now and theyre both fantastic. Quite simply, they have the power to propel the girls towards superstardom. And theyve earnt it. Since meeting a few years ago in Fulham at rehearsals, Mis-teeq have gone from strength to strength.
Garage remixes of the re-released version of Why, their first single, were supported by the Dreem Teem and got them known around the clubbing circuit.
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