Liberty X Become Liberty Exby Contributor | 21 May 2007
Liberty X have announced they will not be recording any more material together.
The five-piece group, formed from 2001 reality show Popstars, made the announcement in a statement to fans on their website.
Although the group received considerably greater chart success than the show's winners, Hear'Say, they have never managed to repeat the feat of their 2002 number one Just a Little.
That track won a Brit award for best single. Since then the group, consisting of Michelle Scott-Lee, Jessica Taylor, Kelli Young, Kevin Simm and Tony Lundon, have had six top ten hits including Being Nobody, Jumpin' and Song 4 Lovers.
Their last release, X, charted at number 46 in the UK singles chart and the group have now decided to call it a day for good.
"We want to let the fans know that Liberty X won't be doing any more recording together. All of us have separate projects we're working on and are excited about," the fivesome said.
"We're still the best of friends and we'll still be doing all the dates on the current club tour," their statement added.