RS: Another thing that's incredible about you all are incredible music videos on every song. Where do the ideas for the music videos come from?
Mutya: It's part of a whole team which effort that will start with the video director who will write the treatments and then we get involved and put our ideas forward. Our stylists and hair and makeup team and everyone really gets involved with each video.
RS: Getting involved with film soundtracks is quite fun, how did you all like being animated for the Angels With Dirty Faces video?
Heidi: I thought that was really cute.
Keisha: So did I, as well. It was so funny seeing us like that and the Powerpuff Girls cartoon itself. The video so much resembled our personalities with these three characters so it was very funny to watch actually.
RS: Well I've got a tacky question for each one of you, and you're probably going to hate me after these questions.
RS: OK, for Heidi, are you still friends with the Atomic Kitten girls and how is their break-up affecting you?
Heidi: Yes, I'm still friends with the girls, and the break-up hasn't really affected my life in any way.
RS: Keisha, I notice in the credits for One Touch you say "to all the haters nothing," is that inspired by anything in specific?
Keisha: When I was sixteen or seventeen. I went through a phase at school where the people were being quite mean to me. So after I left school, people were kind of like that with the success of the Sugababes, they would say to me that I would never make it and I never would amount to anything. So that was not a new message to them, but just a message to people in general that have anything negative to say about me or the group.
RS: Mutya, how do you handle the constant rumors of impending Sugababes break-ups?
Mutya: It got to the point where it's actually really funny, because obviously we've appeared on so many shows and radios and actually said we're not breaking-up and people still want to write it. And at the end of the day they can keep writing and keep going on as much as they like and at the end of the day we're here in America and we're about to start off here. It's mainly the UK press, and they love doing that kind of thing because they've got nothing else to talk about us. They don't know our personal lives so, that's the only thing the can real talk about. But no, we're cool about it.
RS: Very cool. Is there anything you want to say to all the dance music lovers out there?
Heidi: We just want to say we hope you like what we're doing and for the people who have been supporting the Sugababes from the start, thank you.
Thanks to Colleen Quill for arranging this interview.