Bye Bye B*Witched Says O’Carroll

ShowbizIreland.com reports eldest B*Witched singer Sinead O’Carroll has said the group is officially kaput. “”B*Witched are officially over but I still have to carry on,” she said. “I am currently getting ready to launch a solo career and since leaving the band I have started working on some solo material which I hope to release by the end of the year.” Read more.

Louis Walsh Interested In B*Witched

Contributed Anonymously:

I Was In Conversation With Louis Walsh at O2 In the Park in Dublin on Sunday (18th) And was Puzzled as to why A Member of B*Witched was there.. I asked Louis who Informed me that they were in talks for a possible deal… Why would the man behind Westlife, Boyzone and Samantha Mumba be Interested in a past it Girl Group?

Andy

B*Witched Plotting A Comeback

Ireland’s B*Witched have been telling the Irish press that they were planning a return after two years apart – when their last single ‘Jump Down’ flopped. There may be a problem though as rumors persist that Epic has dropped the group, though Epic’s parent company Sony denied knowledge of the claim to ShowbizIreland.com. Read more.

B*Witched Plan 2002 Comeback

WENN reports B*Witched plans a 2002 comeback after taking 3 years off and promise to tackle an older audience this go around. Group member Edele Lynch said, “Some of the fans are wondering where we’ve gone, but I can assure them we’re still around. We will be back in 2002. We’re targeting a slightly older market and that’s a big step forward for us.”

B*Witched B*Slow With Album

WENN reports Irish group B*Witched have been slowed to record their new album, and music insiders/fans are getting impatient. Said a music rep, “They’ve taken much longer than they were meant to and there’s still nothing ready. They’ve been told to get a move on. Most of the fans are beginning to get a bit impatient.” The band’s last album “Awake And Breathe” was basically a failure in the charts, so the girls may feel pressure to come up with something better this time.

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