All Saints reunite as a quartet and join forces for a good cause with fans hailing them as their ‘all-time favorite girl band’
They were one of the most successful girl groups of the 90s with a string of hits to their name.
And the four members of All Saints enjoyed a reunion on Wednesday as Melanie Blatt, 46, shared a photo with Shaznay Lewis, 45, and sisters Nicole, 46, and Natalie Appleton, 48.
The quartet looked cheerful as they posed for a moment on the occasion of International Tiger Day for an important charity, with fans delighted to see them back together.
Back together: The four members of All Saints enjoyed a reunion on Wednesday when Melanie Blatt, 46, (far right) shared a photo with (L-R) Shaznay Lewis, 45, and Nicole, 46, and Natalie Appleton, 48
Alongside the photo, Melanie wrote: ‘To celebrate International Tiger Day, luxury lifestyle brand Shanghai Tang is teaming up with Save Wild Tigers @savewildtigers to save the endangered wild tigers of Southeast Asia, garment by garment!
“Shanghai Tang will donate a portion of the proceeds from all their tiger-themed merchandise for the remainder of 2021 to Save Wild Tigers!!!!”
The group was clearly delighted to be reunited as they smiled at the camera while wearing tiger t-shirts.
Fans quickly reacted to the photo to express their joy at seeing the ladies together again.
Early days: All Saints was founded in 1993 by music manager Ron Tom, who later founded the Sugababes (pictured in 1998)
Comment: Fans reacted quickly to the photo to express their joy to see the ladies together again
One wrote, “All-time favorite girl group,” while another said, “One of the best girl groups I’ve listened to and still hasn’t changed.”
Another fan simply wrote: ‘Legends’.
All Saints was founded in 1993 by music manager Ron Tom, who later founded the Sugababes.
Their self-titled debut album, released in 1997, became the third best-selling girl group album of all time.
Success: Their self-titled debut album, released in 1997, became the third best-selling girl group album of all time (pictured in 1998)
Their single Never Ever is the second best-selling girl group of all time in the UK, after the Spice Girls’ Wannabe.
Their second album Saints & Sinners, released in 2000, went straight to number one, but the following year they broke up after reports of mutual fights in the group.
All Saints eventually reformed in 2006 and released their third studio album, Studio 1, but were dropped by their label when the record fell short of expectations.
After a second split in 2009, All Saints reformed again in 2014, releasing the albums Red Flag in 2016 and Testament in 2018.
Split: Their second album Saints & Sinners, released in 2000, went straight to number one, but they split the following year after reports of infighting in the group (pictured in 1998)