Siobhán Emma Donaghy (born 14 June 1984) is an English singer-songwriter. She was a founding member of girl group the Sugababes and Mutya Keisha Siobhan. Donaghy left the Sugababes in 2001 following arguments and accusations in the trio with Keisha Buchanan. Donaghy released...Wikipedia
Born: 14th June, 1983, London, England, UK
Height: Height Unknown
Claim to Fame: SugarBabie
Ghosts is the second studio album by singer Siobhán Donaghy. Released on June 25, 2007, the album peaked at #92 on the UK Album Chart. This album received more media attention than her debut album, but was overall a commercial failure despite receiving excellent critical reviews. This is Donaghy's only studio-album with Parlophone, as she parted ways with the label in August 2008. The album was the subject of a manufacturing error just prior to its release, with Donaghy later confirming, "When Ghosts came out, it didn't go on a new release shelf in any shop because it got delivered and there’d been a mistake on the production line. I’ve never heard the music that was on the CDs, but it wasn’t my album. When the stores were told about it, the album was lifted off the shelves and taken back. By the time it was ready, a lot of the stores didn't take it back because they were pissed off."