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Chart topping Nineties girl band All Saints have reformed.

The group had been the subject of persistent rumours since late last year that original members Melanie Blatt, Shaznay Lewisand Nicole and Natalie Appleton would follow the lead of boy band Take That and reunite.

They have now confirmed that they are signing to Parlophone, and a new album and live dates are expected for later this year.

The group originally formed in 1993, taking their name from a London recording studio.

Before they split-up in 2001, they scored several UK number ones including ‘Black Coffee’ and ‘Never Ever’.

All four members have pursued musical careers since the split, meanwhile three of them , Blatt and the Appleton sisters, also starred in the 2000 film 'Honest', directed by Eurythmics man Dave Stewart.

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