While English football fans were utterly dumbfounded by the Euro 2020 final, music fans were especially amazed in the moment leading up to the final. “Last summer we got a glimpse into our past lives and loved it,” the Atomic Kitten women wrote on Instagram. After 15 years, without training and stress as always, we took the podium in the middle of Trafalgar Square. [in Londen]”.
This performance—see video below—sparked the fire with the three ladies, as it turns out: they can’t wait to make “new memories” in 2022. In other words, fans can probably count on the music. Turns out, the new version of “Whole Again” for men’s soccer is just a prelude to what might come in the future.
Fans will feel again without a doubt “full again” This is great news. Especially because it’s been so long since Atomic Kitten released the music. The peak of its popularity dates back to the period from 2001 to 2004, after which they decided to discontinue it in 2008.
Then the group clicked. The 2012 reunion was initially called off due to an argument between Keri Katona, who had previously left the group, and Jenny. Later that year they participated in big reunion, a British program in which pop groups from last year are working on their comeback. Keri replaced Jenny because of her pregnancy.
She was eventually expelled from the group in November 2017, because she secretly posed with new band member – Michelle Heaton – under the name Atomic Kitten. In the spring of 2020, it’s clear what it looks like now: with Jenny, Liz and Natasha, just as they were when they were at their most famous. This bodes well for 2022.
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