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English singer that rose to fame in the now-defunct girl group, Mis-Teeq. Wikipedia

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  • Mis-Teeq

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  • Together, they decided to form a group when Dixon and Washington, the two co-founders, spotted Su-Elise Nash, a girl auditioning for another group.Alesha Dixon-Wikipedia
  • Mis-Teeq was a British girl group, consisting of lead singer Sabrina Washington, rapper, singer and songwriter Alesha Dixon and singer Su-Elise Nash.Mis-Teeq-Wikipedia
  • Su-Elise Nash, who joined the group in 1999, was the group's backing singer.Mis-Teeq-Wikipedia
  • After her departure, the group changed their name to Mis-Teeq and replaced her with two new members, Su-Elise Nash and Zena McNally.Tina Barrett-Wikipedia
  • Barrett left to join S Club 7 after a successful audition for Simon Fuller and was replaced by Zena McNally and Su-Elise Nash.Mis-Teeq-Wikipedia
  • In 2000, when both Alesha and Sabrina were auditioning, they met with Su-Elise Nash and formed a trio.Sabrina Washington-Wikipedia
  • Alesha Dixon and Sabrina Washington soon met Su-Elise Nash, and together they formed a trio.Sabrina Washington-Wikipedia
  • It was written by band members Alesha Dixon, Su-Elise Nash, and Sabrina Washington along with Mushtaq for their debut album, Lickin' on Both Sides (2001).B with Me-Wikipedia
  • The opening shows Su-Elise Nash staring into a mirror, before all three girls get sucked in.All I Want (Mis-Teeq song)-Wikipedia
  • The three members of Mis-Teeq (Alesha Dixon, Su-Elise Nash and Sabrina Washington) arrive in a lowrider and watch the men play basketball, and occasionally join in.Roll On (Mis-Teeq song)-Wikipedia
  • In August 2011 it was revealed that Ana had won the Music Crowns pop category with her track 'In My Place' as judged by Samantha Mumba, Liam Bailey, Ahmir, Su-Elise Nash and ultimately the UK and Ireland general public.Ana Free-Wikipedia
  • The song, which is written in the key of C minor, was written by band members Su-Elise Nash, Alesha Dixon, and Sabrina Washington along with frequent collaborators Rustan Hallgeir, Tor Erik Hermansen, and Mikkel Eriksen for their second studio album, Eye Candy (2003), with production handled by the latter two.Scandalous (Mis-Teeq song)-Wikipedia
  • Mis-Teeq were formed in 1999 and consist of Alesha Dixon, Sabrina Washington and Su-Elise Nash, although originally Zena McNally was part of the group before departing following the release of their debut single.Mis-Teeq discography-Wikipedia

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