UK This Morning fans point out issue with Sugababes reunion with original line-up last minute news
PremierLeague-News.Com- Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield were joined live in the studio by Siobhan Donaghy, Mutya Buena and Keisha Buchanan
PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! There was excitement bubbling among music fans as it was revealed at the start of This Morning that the original Sugababes line-up would be appearing on the show. And later, Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield were joined live in the studio by Siobhan Donaghy, Mutya Buena and Keisha Buchanan. The reformed band appeared on the ITV daytime show shortly after it was announced that they will be heading out on their first UK headline tour in over 20 years in October, kicking off in Bristol before taking in Leeds, Manchester and Cardiff. The trio, however, started by sharing with the hosts how they were just schoolgirls when they met and started recording music together. When Phillip asked if it was 'bonkers' that they started so young, Mutya said: "It really was. You don't realise how young [we were]." READ MORE: ITV This Morning viewers 'mortified' seconds into show as Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield listen to couple's 'loud sex' She added: "A lot of people always thought we were a lot older and I think that's why works now because we're not old. We've still got loads of time and years to go." Siobhan spoke about the 'scrutiny' and how at the time they were just 'three awkward teenagers'. "We didn't got To stage school and we're still not media trained as you'll probably tell. But you're really hard on yourself and it's so different this time around." They were also asked about a legal battle over ownership of the pop group's name.
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. It was really important for us because we came up with it when we were kids, but we stuck together and it’s who we are really and we’re just glad that we’ve got it back… and that’s why everything we do now means so much more." But it was something earlier that caught viewers' attention. "With six number one singles, millions of album sales, quite a few members over the last two decades, the Sugababes have become one of the most successful girl bands of all time," Phillip Schofield said before a montage of the band's biggest songs played out.
The trio spoke to Phillip and Holly on the ITV show
It featured the group's very first single, Overload, as well as other memorable tracks Round Round and Push the Button. But This Morning viewers were quick to point out that original member Siobhan only featured in one of the throwback clips. They mainly referred to Heidi Range, an original member of girl group Atomic Kitten, although she left the group before they released any material, who replaced Siobhan in the group. @craggleprice said: "So @Sugababes are on @thismorning and most of the VTS are showing Heidi in them #JusticeForHeidi !! Siobhan literally left before they went big #ThisMorning they should have all the members together! Imagine that!" @DarioCJK wrote: "So the montage of their hits didn’t actually have Siobhan in them… meh #ThisMorning." @swanseasucks tweeted: "These girls are so bloody talented, let's not forget Heidi though, she was in most of their bops #ThisMorning." @missohlola argued: "They should really have Heidi there cos she was with them for the most singles/albums #ThisMorning." @missohlola shared: "Surely Siobhan can only really sing like two of their singles, pretty much the rest was Heidi! #ThisMorning." READ NEXT: ITV Good Morning Britain's Laura Tobin says it's her 'last day' as she suffers double Adil Ray name blunder ITV GMB viewers distracted as Richard Madeley attempts 'Flamingo test' which shows if you'll die in next 7 years ITV Love Island fans distracted by Jacques' appearance after getting the 'ick' ITV This Morning's Phillip Schofield asks for 'help' as he shares hilarious video from bed ITV Love Island fans say newcomer Antigoni reminds them of former Islander as photos unearthed of her 'hot' dad