Best known as one third of the girl group the Sugababes, Amelle Berrabah joined the band in 2005.
The Sugababes had worldwide success selling over 12 million albums, with 26 top 10 singles, including two number one hit records.
Successful all over the world, they were signed to Jay-Z’s record label 'Roc-a-Fella' in the USA. Amelle has also had much success in the film world, playing a character for the blockbuster movie 'Plastic', starring 'Game of Thrones' star Alfie Allen.
Along with her film projects, Amelle has also presented tv shows including the BBC show 'Tumble'.
Amelle is also the first - and only - member of the group to achieve a solo number one with 'Never Leave You' - her collaboration with Tinchy Stryder, which was the biggest selling single of 2009.
After enormous success for nearly a decade, the Sugababes have been taking a break to pursue individual solo careers.
Amelle recently married and had her first child in 2018.