B*Witched held emotional talks before their Big Reunion
B*Witched had to hold ''emotional clear the air'' talks before reforming for 'The Big Reunion'.
The 'C'est La Vie' hitmakers - who are made up of Lindsay Armaou, Sinead O'Carroll and sisters Keavy and Edele Lynch - admit their come back for the ITV2 show has been ''very dramatic'', but they now feel ''more together as a band''.
Edele said: ''Before we started we got together all on camera and cleared lots of air. It's very dramatic and there's lots of emotions. It's been huge.''
Keavy added: ''But I feel more together as a band now than we did at the beginning of rehearsals because we weren't a band at all, so it was actually quite awkward.''
While the girl band - who shot to fame in the late 1990s with hits including 'C'est La Vie', 'Rollercoaster' and 'Blame it on the Weatherman' - discovered they had even more issues than they first thought, they have now resolved their differences.
Edele said: ''Sinead and I fell out. We fell out in 2006 and then when we got the band back together loads of other issues came up between us that we didn't necessarily understand or see, or foresee.''
Lindsay added: ''Some of the issues we didn't even know were necessarily there until we were faced with this opportunity that we have to work together again, then we were like, 'Oh, OK, in order for us to do this then we have to sort a few things out.' It all just came up.
''It's been difficult to get to this point. There's been a lot of talking, a lot of talking. But we're here now.
''It's very surreal being called B*Witched again because it's been 12 years.''
'The Big Reunion' - which also documents the comebacks of 5ive, Liberty X, the Honeyz, 911 and Atomic Kitten - starts tomorrow night (31.01.13) on ITV2 at 9pm.30-01-2013
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