The original members of the Sugababes have changed their name to 'Mutya Keisha Siobhan' ahead of their comeback later this year.
The trio, who have not recorded together since their 2000 debut 'One Touch', reunited at the end of 2011 but the band's founding name is currently the property of their former record label, and still used by Amelle Berrebah, Heidi Range and Jade Ewen.
Mutya Buena, Keisha Buchanon and Siobhan Donaghy signed a £1million deal with Polydor Records in April 2012 and have been busy in the studio working on new material.
Singer/songwriter Emeli Sande has written a track for the trio and recently revealed to The Sun that she thinks they're going to be HUGE: "What we've done so far sounds great... They're going to make people stand up and notice."
And Emeli Sande isn't the only one working with the girls. If rumours are to be believed, the threesome are also creating new material alongside MNEK, Asterix, Craze & Hoax, Tanika, Mojam and Naughty Boy.
The Sugababes Aren't Looking So Good