The original Sugababes could be getting back together under the band's name

Hold the phone, guys. It looks like Sugababes are back with their original line-up.

OG Sugababe Keisha Buchanan took to Twitter yesterday (August 16) to explain how a recent story had sensationalised a joke she made about Prince Charles.

“My friend hit me up today about an article in the paper telling the story of how I made a ‘joke’ regarding Prince Charles,” she wrote .

“I absolutely love EVERYONE in the Royal family & like most people Diana. There was nothing to sensational about it.”

But that wasn’t all.

After sorting that little misunderstanding, Keisha dropped another juicy nugget that pushed all of our buttons (sorry, not sorry).

“Oh and for the record I’m a Sugababe! Not (ex),” she added.

Sugababes’ original line-up of Siobhán Donaghy, Mutya Buena and Keisha reunited in 2011 as pop trio Mutya Keisha Siobhán.

Together they released one new single, ‘Flatline’, that failed to break the UK Top 40.

At the time, they didn’t operate under the Sugababes name – a band that now consisted of Heidi Range, Amelle Berrabah and Jade Ewen (who replaced the trio in 2001, 2005 and 2009, respectively).

However, Keisha has hinted that they may yet return to their old moniker.

And in a later post on Twitter, the London-born singer teased fans further with a message that suggested new music was on the way.

“We WILL be snatching wigs when we are ready!” wrote the star. “We will explain the delay when it’s time.

“Don’t let perception fool ya. We’re very much still a TING.”

Siobhán had already confirmed the band were working on new music back in June.

In an interview on podcast Bottle Pop with Tom Aspaul, Siobhán said the girls’ relationship was “stronger than ever” and insisted a new album “will happen”.

“We’re still working together. That’s really easy to [say] and reassure fans,” she added. “Things were really difficult when we were teenagers.

“Then we got back together and you’ve got to go through that full circle of almost like therapy of working out who you are now and what happened back then. We’ve done all that now.”

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