‘Hole In The Head’ saw Sugababes reignite their chart-topping partnership with Xenomania for the lead single of their third album.
‘Ugly’ proved the Sugababes were taller in more ways and stronger than ever…until everything changed a few weeks after it was released.
A collaboration between Sugababes and RedOne was bound to get people talking. But it soon made headlines for a different reason altogether.
The Sugababes’ fourth album campaign continued apace as they released ‘Red Dress’. But something seemed a little different…
Despite being one of the biggest pop acts of the ’00s, the awkward timing of a Sugababes greatest hits made this single anything but easy.
Surely even Sugababes and Girls Aloud could conquer the pitfalls of a high-profile pop collaboration and charity single? Well…
The arrival of Scooch saw Mike Stock and Matt Aitken attempt to play Pete Waterman at his own game. Line dancing and all.