Hear’Say have delayed a decision on their long-term future following a crisis meeting amongst the band members.
The five-piece’s record company was expected to issue a statement today (January 21) after the band met with their manager on Friday (January 18) to beat out future plans. But now an announcement on whether any members are likely to leave will not come before the end of this week, the BBC reports.
It has been widely reported that member Kym Marsh has become disillusioned being in Hear’Say and following a series of fights with fellow member Myleene Klass, she has decided to jack it in and go it alone.
The band are due to play a sell-out arena tour of the UK in the autumn and their decision could jeopardise millions of pounds of revenue and result in legal action.
Hear’Say have been together for a year. They were chosen from thousands of hopefuls who auditioned for ITV television show ‘Popstars’. Their first single, ‘Pure & Simple’, went straight to Number One, selling more than any other debut single ever released in the UK.