As the song goes, it ain’t what ya do it’s the way that you do it – and Bananarama are set to reveal all in a new memoir.
Sarah Dallin and Keren Woodward, the two members of the group that have stuck with it through thick and thin, have signed a deal the book which will be published on 29th October.
The book will be titled Really Saying Something.
Dallin and Woodward said: “As childhood friends, we could never have imagined the extraordinary life we had ahead of us.
“It’s been and continues to be an amazing adventure from school choir to Glastonbury and everything in between. Enjoy the ride!”
Bananarama were formed in London in 1981 by Dallin, Woodward and Siobhan Fahey. They enjoyed huge chart success throughout the 80s, thanks to hits including Cruel Summer, Love In The First Degree and their cover of Venus.
Fahey left the group in 1988 and formed Shakespears Sister. She was replaced by Jacquie O’Sullivan, who departed in 1991.
Fahey later returned for a spell between 2017-18.