The girl group called it quits in 2001, but are now back with new album ‘Red Flag’.
All Saints are back with their first new album since 2009 and let’s hope this time around the foursome are getting along better. Appearing on ‘Alan Carr Chatty Man’, the group’s members, Melanie Blatt, Shaznay Lewis and sisters Nicole and Natalie Appleton, revealed the real reason behind their initial split in 2001, saying they ‘kind of hated each other’.
All Saints are back with new album Red Flag.
“We just weren’t really getting on any more and we kind of hated each other so we just thought ‘f**k it, let’s stop,’” said Melanie. “Which was the right thing to do, I think,” Shaznay added. “We didn’t do it for the money. We didn’t carry on for the money like some bands even though they hated each other,” Melanie then continued.
The 90s girl group first disbanded in 2001, but reunited again in 2014.
All Saints are back, 19 years after their first single. The 90’s girl group, who were known for their baggy combat trousers, are now all grown up and will release their first single in nine years, ‘One Strike’ next month.
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All Saints are reportedly ''really excited'' to record new music and all four members - Mel Blatt, Shaznay Lewis, Nicole Appleton and Natalie Appleton - are said to be on board.
All Saints are set to make a comeback.
A source said: ''The girls are really excited but the decision to make new music almost happened by accident. They had a great time supporting the Backstreet Boys on tour last year performing their old hits and thought there would be no harm done if they messed about together in the studio.
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All Saints aren't sure if fans want them to produce new music after rumours they are working on fresh material.
All Saints aren't sure if fans want them to produce new music.
The 'Pure Shores' hitmakers, who recently reformed and supported the Backstreets Boys on tour, were rumoured to be recording new material but band member Melanie Blatt doesn't know if it's what fans want.
Asked if she thinks people want the band to release a new album, she told BANG Showbiz: ''I have no idea.
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Chart-topping 1990s girl band All Saints are set to record new music in a bid to rule the charts again following their recent reunion to support Backstreet Boys on tour.
All Saints are planning a big chart comeback.
The 1990s girl group - who had hit songs such as 'Never Ever' and 'Pure Shores' - recently reunited to support Backstreet Boys on the UK leg of their 'A World Like This' tour, but they are now set to release new music in a bid to rule the charts again.
A source told the Daily Mirror newspaper: ''The girls have loved being back together again and this time around, being that much older and wiser, aren't taking any nonsense.
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All Saints have announced their plans to support the Backstreet Boys on the UK leg of their tour in Spring 2014.
All Saints are reforming in 2014.
The 'Never Ever' hitmakers - who first parted ways 12 years ago - have announced they will be supporting the Backstreet Boys on tour during their five UK dates next Spring.
The British girl band said in a statement: ''We are really looking forward to performing together as guests of the Backstreet Boys on their tour. We can't wait.
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Mutya Keisha Siobhan's album will be released before the end of the year.
Mutya Keisha Siobhan have almost finished recording their new album.
The girl band - who were all original members of Sugababes - have been working on new material since their reunion earlier this year and promise fans will hear the results before the end of 2012.
The group tweeted: ''Hey guys, lets catch up!!! We've been super busy Writing & recording our album, Its hard work but we've been having a blast being creative & hanging out with each other (sic).
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British girl band All Saints are refusing to back down after reigniting their feud with younger rivals Girls Aloud.
The row began when Girls Aloud's CHERYL COLE said the new All Saints single ROCK STEADY sounded just like her band.
All Saint Shaznay Lewis says, "We say what we want. As long as we stand true and say what we really believe, it's fine. I stand by it and I mean it.
"If you say things about people for any other reason you have to be careful because you will bump into them. So you'd better mean what you say.
"We are four feisty women with a lot of attitude. We're confident because we're older now.
"People forget they're not talking Girls Aloud or Sugababes - we're 30-odd-year-old women so we aren't dizzy anymore.
"It's not cockiness, it's maturity. The industry is so false and we know that but when you're younger you think it's the be all and end all."
However, Girls Aloud star SARAH HARDING has rubbished reports of the feud, insisting it's all been exaggerated.
She said, "It's all b**locks. It was taken out of proportion, twisted and they retaliated.
"I actually had a drink with Natalie Appleton and Liam Gallagher the other week as we have a mutual friend - everything is fine, honestly."
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All Saints, who formed in 1996, have had several number one hits in the UK including NEVER EVER, PURE SHORES and BLACK COFFEE.
The NEVER FELT LIKE THIS BEFORE star, who also had English television actress TERRI DWYER as a bridesmaid, has reportedly married male model CHRISTIAN STORM.
The exact time and location of the ceremony remain closely guarded secrets, but the wedding is believed to have taken place yesterday (21AUG04), somewhere in London.22/08/2004 10:38