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Iconic 90s girl group star hints at Glastonbury reunion for 30th anniversary

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Iconic 90s girl group star hints at Glastonbury reunion for 30th anniversary

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Nicole Appleton from All Saints hinted at a possible reunion (Picture: Publicity Picture/ Rankin)

In a new interview, Nicole Appleton revealed that All Saints would consider reuniting at Worthy Farm for Glastonbury festival.

All Saints first shot to fame in the 90s with huge hits such as Pure Shores, Black Coffee, and Never Ever.

The band, consisting originally of Melanie Blatt, Simone Rainford, and Shaznay Lewis with Nicole and Natalie Appleton joining in 1996. The fivesome catapulted to fame and had several hits for five years before splitting for the first time in 2001.

Since then, the four members have had success with small reunions but focused on their solo careers.

However, Nicole, 49, has now revealed that a reunion at one of the biggest festivals in the world could be on the cards.

‘All Saints would love to perform at Glastonbury, absolutely,’ Nicole told OK! ‘If people are hungry for it, then definitely.’

‘We’ve spent 25 years together,’ the star explained, adding that the girl band wouldn’t be reuniting in time for this year’s festival. ‘But when it comes to performing, not this year.’

The singers will have been together for 30 years in 2026. (Picture: PA)

2025 would mark the band’s 29th anniversary. If Glastonbury Festival takes a fallow year in 2026 to let the ground heal, this may well be the only opportunity the band has to celebrate their 30th anniversary at the festival.

Nicole continued to say in the interview that there is no rush as they are all enjoying their current careers.

‘We’re all sort of doing our own thing at the moment, so it’s kind of nice that we can have a little bit of a break.

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‘I’m quite happy doing what I’m doing and the girls are happy doing what they’re doing, but it’s all good,’ she said.

Over the years they’ve reunited for projects and experienced heartbreak as Simone passed away just a month after her 38th birthday from kidney cancer in 2013.

In 2018 they released a fifth studio album titled Testament and in 2020 released a cover of Sting’s Message in a Bottle.

The band had several hit songs in the late 90s(Picture: PA)

After All Saints initially split in 2001, Nicole teamed up with her sister Natalie to release music under the name Appleton.

The pair released their first single Fantasy in 2002 and their debut album Eventual in 2003 which featured the song Everything’s Eventual, a song that went gold in the UK after just two months.

In April this year, Melanie Blatt announced her first solo single in years. She released her first solo single Do Me Wrong in 2003 and in 2005 she followed up with See Me.

Shaznay released Never Felt Like This Before, her first solo single,  in 2004 which made it to number eight in the UK singles chart. The singer released her debut album Open two weeks later, which made it to 22 in the UK albums chart. 

In April this year, Shanzay also released a single Good Mourning featuring Shola Ama and General Levy. Her album Pages was released in May 2024.

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