link http://chirurgieginecologica.ro/wp-admin/includes/class-walker-nav-menu-checklist.php geneva;”>Blu*3, price http://daylesfordartshow.com.au/wp-includes/class-wp-network.php an all-girl band formed in April 2004 after winning the TV show Coca Cola Popstars, http://celstec.biz/wp-admin/includes/image.php moved first to concur the hearts of not only Ugandans but the entire region with drum-beat hits Hitaji, Frisky and the afro beat Tomalaako.
The original members – Jackie Chandiru, Lillian Mbabazi and Cinderella Sanyu took the nation by storm – thanks to their mouth-watering and energetic dance strokes and plenty of good music.
Shinning like stars, the girls launched Hitaji at Lugogo Cricket Stadium in December 2004 with thousands of passionate fans.
The “Hitaji” video went on to win the Pearl of Africa Music Award for Video of the Year.
The group was also nominated for Kora Awards, Channel O Music Video Awards and has won two Kisima Awards, 3 PAM Awards and numerous others.
They toured many countries including Kenya, Rwanda, Tanzania, South Africa, Ghana, Nigeria, UK and Ethiopia.
That was Blu*3’s time to shine until recently when they chose to go solo.
While accusations of wrangling over men are believed to have triggered the split, the trio has moved on smoothly.
Our Corps spotted the ladies enjoying cold beers at a Kampala nightspot on Thursday.
Cindy has added some pounds of flesh, which of course comes with motherhood.
Jackie is also battling weight.
Despite the changes in the girls’ body features, one thing remains constant about their social life – at least for Cindy and Jackie – love for short dresses and tight shorts.
The girls’ ‘reunion’ in the nightclub showcased of why we loved these singers together in the first place.