Monday 27 February 2012, 12:41 | By

Atomic Kitten not reforming for Eurovision

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Atomic Kitten

Atomic Kitten will not be reforming for a new TV documentary and then a stint representing the UK at this year’s Eurovision Song Contest.

Well, they’re definitely not doing the Eurovision thing, unless all three members of the former girl group are big fat liars. Rumours that the Kitten were planning on copying Steps in reforming via a fly-on-the-wall TV documentary started circulating earlier this month, while the Daily Star reported that the reformation would peak with a Eurovision performance yesterday.

But all three members of the classic Kitten line up took to Twitter this weekend to deny the Eurovision chatter. Liz McClarnon told her followers on the micro-blogging platform “we know nothing about Eurovision”, while Natasha Hamilton joked that she “thought maybe my memo got lost in the post!”

Of course behind the scenes talks about an Atomic Kitten TV show might have caused the Eurovision rumours, though when Broadcast cited sources commenting on a documentary about the pop trio earlier this month they admitted all discussions about pop-reunion-based projects were at a very early stage.

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