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Could there be an Atomic Kitten reunion?

PUBLISHED: 19:30 30 October 2018 | UPDATED: 15:52 13 November 2018

Natasha Hamilton as wicked queen Picture: MEGAN ALDOUS

Natasha Hamilton as wicked queen Picture: MEGAN ALDOUS

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When asked about the possibility of the Tide is High singers reforming Natasha said: “We have had so many reunions over the years and they’ve all been amazing but we are all just concentrating on our own thing at the moment.

“I spent most of this year touring and acting and I am going to dedicate next year to my own music and I’ve also got a blog as well it is a family lifestyle blog called gurgles and hurdles.com so that takes up a lot of time.”

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