B*B*witched are still ''proud'' of 'C'est La Vie' and the reaction the song still gets from fans.
B*B*witched are still ''proud'' of 'C'est La Vie'.
The Irish quartet - twins Edele and Keavy Lynch, Lindsay Armaou and Sinead O'Carroll - shot to fame with the catchy single in 1998 and despite so much time passing by, they are amazed that people still want to talk about the song.
Asked if they get tired of people singing the song to them, Lindsay told BANG Showbiz: ''Not at all. I feel proud that we have a song that everyone wants to sing at us haha.
''It still amazes me how people react when that song comes on! I think it makes people feel young again.''
The group separated in 2002 but reformed in late 2012 to take part in TV show 'The Big Reunion' and Lindsay admits she always had a strong feeling they would get back together one day.
She said: ''I did have a feeling that we would get back together and that we had more to give as a band but as the years went by I started to doubt it more. Then the 'Big Reunion' approached us two years ago and after thinking about it for a long time we decided to do it. I knew it was now or never.''
The 'Blame it on the Weatherman' hitmakers will perform at a concert after The Dubai Duty Free Shergar Cup at Ascot racecourse on Saturday (09.08.14) alongside acts including Chesney Hawkes, The Stars of 'The Commitments', Bjorn Again and Scouting For Girls and are excited about the show - which will be hosted by Vernon Kay - as it will give them a chance to show off their new material.
Lindsay said: ''Keavy and I went to see 'The Commitments' recently and it's a great show. We haven't met Chesney Hawkes, so it will be nice to meet him and the same with the other bands. It will be fun! We can't wait.
''We've just finished writing and recording our new EP 'Champagne or Guinness' which we're very excited about. We'll be performing one or two of our new songs on the 9th.''
The Dubai Duty Free Shergar Cup is on 9th August, for ticket information and to book please call 0844 346 3000 or visit www.ascot.co.uk
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