The Briefing > July 20, 2012

Mutya Keisha Siobhan: their amazingness is legally binding

Obviously it’s very exciting that the original Sugababes lineup is back together, but a lot of you will no doubt be worrying about what happens if the music finally appears and turns out to be rubbish.

Or what if they don’t do any decent live shows? How about crap interviews?

More importantly, what about the haircuts?

Well we took care of all that when we met up with the girls last week, by getting the band to sign this legally binding contract.

We actually got them to sign two copies, as one does when it comes to official documents. One copy is going on the wall at Popjustice HQ, and we’re giving the other copy away to a Popjustice reader so you can keep it safe in case our office burns down (or is burnt down by a Reverend & The Makers fan).

To win the signed contract, just fill in this form. Good luck!

Oops! We could not locate your form.

Good luck! We’ll pick a winner next Friday (July 27).