Siobhan Donaghy has revealed to the Sunday People that she was suicidal when she fled to her grandad’s Co Tyrone home after quitting the hit girlband the Sugababes. “I was so depressed when I left. The rest of the band was so ambitious,” she said. “They wanted to be Destiny’s Child and I was doing it for a bit of a laugh. But that doesn’t mean I did not work hard.” Now she is bouncing back with ‘Overrated’, her first solo single since leaving The Sugababes.
Sugababes Get Rockin’ With Perry
June 16, 2003 – Count the Sugababes as the latest act to jump from pop to pop rock and team up with Linda Perry, reports the Sunday People. The group is currently recording with Perry in Los Angeles.
No Love Lost For Sugababes
June 13, 2003 – Siobhan Donaghy, who used to sing with the Sugababes, was on hand at the Face Magazine party on Wednesday night. She tells Radio 1 that since leaving the group, she hasn’t been in contact with her former bandmates. “We didn’t get on. It’s sort of no revelation, is it,” she asked. “We were very young and why stay if it makes you unhappy? It’s sort of best for all involved, I think. I didn’t get on with them, I don’t think they’re horrible and I don’t think they’re cows. I’ve seen them a couple of times and we’ve had some nice, little, polite chats, but other than that I don’t really know them any more.”
Terrorist Fears Ground Sugababes
February 16, 2003 – The Sunday People reports the Sugababes were too frightened to fly because of the terrorist threat at Heathrow. The girls cancelled TV appearances in Denmark last week rather than risk catching a plane.
Childline Concert And After Party Pictures
January 27, 2003 – Sugababes, Samantha Mumba, Girls Aloud, Westlife, and Busted performed on stage at the Childline Concert at The Point Theatre and later attended an after party on Sunday (January 26) in Dublin, Ireland.
Brit Award Announcement
January 14, 2003 – The Sugababes, Mis-Teeq, Liberty X, Craig David, Beverly Knight, Sarah Whatmore, and Ms Dynamite were on hand for the nominations announcements for the Brit Awards 2003, highlighting the achievements of the UK record industry at Abbey Road Studios in London on Monday (January 13).