The "Sugababes"

By Emily Sheridan

The "Sugababes" Look inside
  • ISBN: 9781844544219
  • Publication Date: 31 Jul 2007
  • Format: Paperback
  • Publisher: John Blake Publishing Ltd
  • Imprint: John Blake Publishing Ltd

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Synopsis

They are undoubtedly the most popular girl band in the world today. With their unique brand of pop and their amazing sense of style, they have rightfully carved their niche in the world of modern music. Never out of the headlines or far from the front cover of a magazine, they have produced that winning blend of genuine talent and commercial success. Despite the fact that two original band members have been replaced since they formed in 1998, the Sugababes have managed to stay at the top of their game. With four number one singles and four top ten albums under their belt, it seems that nothing can stand in the way of this pop powerhouse. Their achievements have not gone unrecognised, either, and the fact that they have scooped numerous music awards - including a Brit - has added to their credibility. This fascinating, in-depth book - packed with amazing colour pictures - is the first to bring you the full story of the group and all of its members, both past and present. It reveals the early days of the girls and how they got together, charts their lives and loves and reveals how, despite the constant press stories of impending splits and in-fighting, they have proved that they are still one of the most enduring and in-demand girl bands in pop history.

About the author

Emily Sheridan has been an entertainment journalist for the last six years. She started honing her media skills at the famous Brit School in Croydon, Surrey, before gaining a degree in English Literature and Writing at Middlesex University. She is currently an editor at World Entertainment News Network Ltd and writes showbiz news and reviews for media outlets around the world. Emily is 27 and has lived in Dulwich, south London all her life.

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