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Mutya Buena

Real Girl

Like a phoenix rising from the ashes, former Sugababe Mutya returns. And the phoenix is writhing in Lenny Kravitz’s sweaty leather pants – the backing track is basically ‘It Ain’t Over ’Til It’s Over’. Luckily, Mutya’s sheer force of personality makes you forget about the dreadlocked one wanking off a guitar, and want to rise up and cheer. If only for the fact that Keisha will hear it, get jealous and break a dish over Heidi’s head, or something.

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