British trio Mutya Keisha Siobhan have dismissed reports suggesting they have been dropped from their record label after their comeback release failed to set the U.K. singles chart alight.
The original members of the Sugababes, Mutya Buena, Keisha Buchanan and Siobhan Donaghy, officially reunited last year (12) and relaunched themselves under the new band name Mutya Keisha Siobhan.
They dropped their first single, Flatline, in September (13), but the song only peaked at 50 in the U.K chart, leading to recent rumours suggesting they had split from label bosses at Polydor.
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Mutya Keisha Siobhan (MKS) have denied being dropped by their record label Polydor.
Mutya Keisha Siobhan (MKS) have denied being dropped by their record label.
The founding members of the Sugababes released their comeback single 'Flatline' in September, which failed to make a mark in the Official Singles Chart, but Keisha Buchanan has rubbished rumours Polydor have pulled the plug on the band.
She told NME: ''We're still with Polydor. 100 per cent.
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MKS have not fallen out since the trio - Siobhan Donaghy, Mutya Buena and Keisha Buchanan, the trio who made up the original line-up of Sugababes - got back together two years ago.
MKS have not fallen out since they got together.
The girl band is formed from the original three members of Sugababes - Siobhan Donaghy, Mutya Buena and Keisha Buchanan, who left the group in 2001, 2005 and 2009 respectively - and since getting back together under new name Mutya Keisha Siobhan, they insist they haven't fallen out like they did in their teenage years.
Keisha, 28, told UK TV show 'This Morning': ''We've been back together for two years now and we haven't had that (arguments) for us this is about us taking control and really driving it ourselves, we felt like we couldn't first time around.''
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Mutya Keisha Siobhan (MKS) ''hate'' their comeback being described as a ''reunion'' and blame ''outside influences'' for splitting them up.
Mutya Keisha Siobhan ''hate'' their comeback being described as a ''reunion''.
The girl band - made up of original Sugababes members Mutya Buena, Keisha Buchanan, and Siobhan Donaghy, who now go by the name MKS - blame ''outside influences'' for first splitting them up and insist they are determined to make a fresh start.
They said: ''It's great to be back but MKS is not a reunion, we hate that word. We prefer to think of it as a fresh start for us. 'Get better not bitter', that's our motto.
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For the second time, the trio - formerly known as MKS - have changed the release date for their first single
Sugababes 2.0, or Mutya Keisha Siobhan (a.k.a MKS) as they are otherwise known, have announced their plans to release their first official single together on 6 September. This is the second time that the girls have moved the release date for 'Flatline,' having previously set 1 September as the ETA, before moving it to 15 September. Hopefully, this will be the last time we see the release date moved.
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The publicist for the pop trio - Mutya Buena, Keisha Buchanan and Siobhan Donaghy - confirmed with Digital Spy that they have decided to move the release date for a second time so that it coincides with their appearance on Alan Carr's Chatty Man this Friday (6 Sept.) in a bid to secure more success in the charts. According to a statement released on their official website, the reformed former Sugababes have also completed work on their first album as MKS, which will be released in 2014.
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Mutya Keisha Siobhan, the original Sugababes line-up, claim they could have reformed under their old moniker if they really wanted to.
The 'Flatline' singers - who formed the original line-up of the chart-topping girl group - claim they could have reunited under their previous band's name, but decided to focus on producing new music instead of winning back their old moniker.
Keisha Buchanan, who was the longest serving Sugababe before leaving in 2009, explained to BBC News: ''We could have had the name if we wanted to go and get it, I guess. But I don't feel like we needed it. There was so much emphasis on the name and we wanted it to be about us.''
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