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Sugababes join Prince's Trust 30th birthday concert

The new-look Sugababes

Story by Jack Foley

THE Sugababes will join Bee Gees stars Barry and Robin Gibb and Embrace at the Prince’s Trust 30th birthday concert at the Tower of London on May 20.

The star-studded event, which will be screened by ITV on the same day, also includes Lionel Richie, Pink, Annie Lennox and Ronan Keating on the bill.

The ITV broadcast will also feature an interview with the Prince and his sons, William and Harry, conducted by Ant and Dec.

One thousand pairs of tickets for the concert are available through a phone text competition, details of which can be obtained via the Prince’s Trust website.

The event replaces the Party in the Park event in Hyde Park, which organisers Capital Radio have cancelled for the second year running.

But Martina Milburn, chief executive of the Prince’s Trust, described the replacement event as “a fantastic line-up for what promises to be a really exciting evening”.

The Prince’s Trust was founded by Prince Charles in 1976 and has helped more than half a million disadvantaged young people during its 30 years of existence.