Mutya Buena drives fans WILD with excitement as she poses with the original Sugababes in the studio while teasing long-awaited comeback

The pop band's illustrious career spanned more than 13 years and saw four different regenerations.

And now the original lineup for the Sugababes have sent fans into a frenzy after teasing a musical comeback while revealing they were back in the studio together. 

Taking to her Instagram Stories singer Mutya Buena, 34, shared a picture of herself alongside the band's original singers Siobhán Donaghy, 35, and Keisha Buchanan, 34, to prove they were still on fire. 

'Studio vibez': Taking to Instagram Mutya Buena, 34, shared a picture of herself alongside the band's original singers Siobhán Donaghy, 35, (R) and Keisha Buchanan, 34 (L)

 'Studio vibez': Taking to Instagram Mutya Buena, 34, shared a picture of herself alongside the band's original singers Siobhán Donaghy, 35, (R) and Keisha Buchanan, 34 (L) 

A message alongside the photo read: 'Me and my beauties today #studiovibez. @keishabuchanan @siobhandonaghy.' 

During its chart-topping life, the high-profile girl group, which was formed in 1998, went on to achieve mass success with five top ten albums and 18 top ten singles.   

Siobhán, who became the first person to leave the pop trio at the tender age of 17, previously cited depression as the reason for her departure in 2001.

Speaking to The Independent in 2003 about her exit, Siobhán, who later returned to the music industry with her debut solo album Revolution in Me, said: 'Really, it's about how being in the Sugababes made me feel. I learnt a lot - about how awful people can be.

Excited: Taking to her Instagram Stories singer Mutya wrote: Me and my beauties today #studiovibez. @keishabuchanan @siobhandonaghy'

Excited: Taking to her Instagram Stories singer Mutya wrote: Me and my beauties today #studiovibez. @keishabuchanan @siobhandonaghy'

Throwback: During its chart-topping life, the high-profile girl group, which was formed in 1998, went on to achieve mass success with five top ten albums and 18 top ten singles

Throwback: During its chart-topping life, the high-profile girl group, which was formed in 1998, went on to achieve mass success with five top ten albums and 18 top ten singles

Back in time: Siobhán (left) who became the first person to leave the pop trio at the tender age of 17, previously cited depression as the reason for her departure in 2001

Back in time: Siobhán (left) who became the first person to leave the pop trio at the tender age of 17, previously cited depression as the reason for her departure in 2001

'But it's not completely melancholy and about depression. It is positive. I was very bitter when I left the Sugababes. But one day I woke up and realised: s*** happens. Get over it.'

In December 2005, Mutya became the second member to leave the band before going on to release her debut solo album Real Girl which also reached the top ten charts in the UK. 

The longest serving Sugababe Keisha Buchanan remained with the band until September 2009 before she was ousted and replaced with Eurovision Song Contest singer Jade Ewen, 31.   

Following their split the original members formed under the name MKS (Mutya, Keisha and Siobhán) and in 2018 told fans they were working on a new album.

Also forming a part of the Sugababe legacy was Amelle Berrabah, 35, who joined in 2005, and the former Atomic Kitten singer Heida Range, 36, who joined in 2011.

Glam: In December 2005, Mutya became the second member to leave the band before going on to release her debut solo album Real Girl

Glam: In December 2005, Mutya became the second member to leave the band before going on to release her debut solo album Real Girl

Pop queens: Also forming a part of the Sugababe legacy was Amelle Berrabah (left), 35, who joined in 2005, and the former Atomic Kitten singer Heida Range (right), 36, who joined in 2011

Pop queens: Also forming a part of the Sugababe legacy was Amelle Berrabah (left), 35, who joined in 2005, and the former Atomic Kitten singer Heida Range (right), 36, who joined in 2011

Earlier this year Amelle, who replaced founding member Mutya in the group, candidly shared that the band did not part on the best of terms in 2011 and offered an insight into her infamous feud with former band mate Keisha.

Speaking on FUBAR Radio she said: 'It did get a little messy because it wasn't left on the best of terms. It wasn't left on 'Oh I am ready to leave now..'

She continued: 'I'm just sorry that Jade didn't get to experience a longer period, she was just getting into it.' 

Detailing her relationship with Keisha, she said that they were now finally on civil terms eight years later.

She said: 'If I saw her, I'd be like 'How you doing?', blah blah blah… But sometimes when things happen, you can't 100 per cent put them back together again.

'It's similar, it's just not the same.' 

Sultry: Earlier this year Amelle, who replaced founding member Mutya in the group, candidly shared that the band did not part on the best of terms in 2011

Sultry: Earlier this year Amelle, who replaced founding member Mutya in the group, candidly shared that the band did not part on the best of terms in 2011 

Mutya Buena drives fans WILD with excitement as she poses with the original Sugababes in the studio

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