The girl group's plans to film the promo for 'You Are' at Grand Central Station are axed in light of recent events in the city...
ATOMIC KITTEN have scrapped plans to film their next video in NEW YORK in the wake of the terrorist attack on the WORLD TRADE CENTER, NME.COM can reveal.
The girl group had planned to film the promo video to new single ‘You Are’ at New York’s Grand Central Station. But, because of the attack on New York, that is no longer possible and the trio are now looking for railway stations in the UK. The single is due out on November 19.
But Atomic Kitten insist they will return to the US, as they are confident of breaking into the crowded American pop market.
Jenny Frost told The Daily Record today (October 2): “If it comes down to hard work and determination, we will do it. We’re just normal, great girls. They won’t be able to resist our charms because we’re so charming, aren’t we? But we will need a little bit of luck as well.”