THIS TIME IT WON'T BE A FLOP - HONEST!

Following the critical and commercial success of their last collaboration with Stewart, when they appeared in his film, 'Honest', the former All Saints are reported to have asked him to help them with

THIS TIME IT WON'T BE A FLOP - HONEST!
ALL SAINTS sisters NICOLE and NATALIE APPLETON are reported to have approached DAVE STEWART to produce their debut album.

According to a report in this morning's Daily Star newspaper (March 13), the Appleton sisters are "in discussions" with the Eurythmics guitarist to produce the record, which they commenced over the last few weeks.

A source told the paper: "They're still good friends with him and respect his work."

Stewart was the director of the film 'Honest', which starred the sisters, as well as fellow All Saint Mel Blatt. An official spokesperson for the sisters was unavailable for comment this morning.

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