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Friday, March 02 2012

Cindy, Lillian abd Jackie are planning a come back
Gal groups like Blu3, Dream Galz, Cyclone, Crystal Babes and just recently HB Toxic are no more and looks like that is how they were designed to do business bearing in mind that the leading female artistes like Juliana and Iryn were once a team under the I-Jay group but are now pursuing solo successful music careers.

Now latest information before us is that the original Blu3 gals are in closed door talks brokered by their first manager Steve Jean of Fenon Records to reunite. This will certainly come as good news to their fans.

Cindy who was fired in 2008, Lillian and Jackie will once gain record songs together and perform on the same stage and later go on a world tour according to Steve Jean.

When Cindy left, she was replaced by Mya Baganda who later gave birth. Lillian on the other hand is rumoured to be be pregnant with Moze Radio's second kid while Jackie has been in the news lately for having 'snatched' a city lawyer, Caleb Alaka from Namuli, a mother of three, will continue pursuing their solo careers but also working together as BLU3.

Cindy has some very good tracks like 'Party' under her solo career together with a baby gal with boyfriend Mario who was widely believed to be the reason she was expelled from the group.

On the other hand, Jackie's 'Gold Digger' will have a longer shelf life. Lillian has been busy with her live band the Sundowners band, a presenter at Radio City, a mother and a musician, quite not sure how she will juggle all that once the Blu3 reunite project kicks off.

The money behind the re-union is too good that the were forced to put their differences aside now that it can take care of them for the rest of the year.

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