The Razz: SUGA'S BABE SO SWEET; Keisha sings to Mutya's little tot.
SUGABABES star Keisha Buchanan is helping Mutya Buena's daughter Tahlia to relax - by belting out Whitney Houston songs.
Fellow bandmember Heidi Range revealed: "It's strange because Keisha sings things like I'm Every Woman at the top of her voice, which makes the baby just stare at her.
"We're not quite sure if she's enjoying it or just frightened. But Keisha's singing definitely gets her attention."
She added: "We all love kids and it's lovely having the baby with us. You don't stress out about silly things. I'd love to think I'm thought of as Auntie Heidi, though I've not changed a nappy yet. I'm sure that'll come at some point."
The girls were in Glasgow's ABC last night for the Scottish launch of their new album, Taller In More Ways, but they kept a low profile before the intimate gig.
Around 300 contest winners from stations owned by Emap Radio Holdings watched the girls and their five-piece band perform current No.1 Push The Button and some of their biggest hits.
Mutya, who wrote her song Follow Me Home about her daughter, who she has nicknamed Tai, admitted she finds touring more difficult since the birth of her baby.
She said: "Obviously I'ma lot more tired, having to deal with her five times a night, getting out of my bed to make her a bottle. But it will get better."
In their current video the girls get together with rather attractive boys in a lift, causing controversy as a result of the raunchy content. But the girls reckon it's more funny than sexy. Heidi said: "It's funny - the parts you see us with the guys was a dance routine, so it was like 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8... not very sexy!"
Taller In More Ways, the girls' fourth album, is a tribute to their strength and they say they have no plans to split, despite all the rumours.
Heidi added: "Like they say, actions speak louder than words."
The girls also revealed they hope to make a US album and incorporate some ballads
BABY LULLABY: Sugababes Keisha, Mutya and Heidi
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|Publication:||Daily Record (Glasgow, Scotland)|
|Date:||Oct 19, 2005|
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