Sugababes pull massive crowd at V Festival

Fans brave the mud to watch the pop trio

Sugababes pull massive crowd at V Festival
Sugababes packed out their tent at today’s (August 17) V Festival.

Playing to a huge crowd at the JJB stage on the Staffordshire site the threesome, backed by a live band throughout, pulled a huge lively crowd - despite the muddy conditions.

Taking to the stage at about 5pm (BST), the trio performed tracks including 'Hole In The Head'and UK chart-toppers 'Freak Like Me' and 'Push The Button'.

But it was their cover of R&B act En Vogue's 1996 hit single, 'Don't Let Go (Love)', which received the biggest sing-along.

Accompanied by three dancers for some of their tracks, the chart-bashing group remained animated throughout the set – pulling shapes much to the crowd's joy.

After finishing their last track, 'About You Now', Heidi Range acknowledged her appreciation for the huge gathered crowd and said: "We hope you're having a fantastic weekend and great night and thank you for coming in the tent to watch us."

Sugababes played:

'Hole In The Head'
'Round Round'
'Freak Like Me'
'Ugly'
'Don't Let Go (Love)'
'Overload'
'Red Dress'
'Push The Button'
'About You Now'


Keep checking NME.COM for the latest news, pictures, videos and blogs live from both V Festival Chelmsford and V Festival Staffordshire all weekend.

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