Amelle Berrabah braves the cold in plunging mini dress on night out with Sugababes band mates

After performing a set at London's Jingle Bell Ball, the Sugababes headed out for a night on the town.

The trio hit the centrally located Kanaloa - a tropical island themed bar - with Amelle Berrabah appearing to take the theme to heart by wearing a tiny backless mini dress.

Unfortunately, there was nothing tropical about the British weather - but that did not deter the 25-year-old from putting her curves on show.


Amelle Berrabah put her curves on show in a backless mini dress as she headed out for a night with her Sugababes bandmates at Kanaloa in London last night

Jade Ewen
Heidi Range

New Babe Jade Ewen (left) opted for leather trousers while Heidi Range also wore black for their night on the tiles

Her fellow bandmates also wore matching black, but covered up a little more than she did.

Heidi Range, 26, poured her figure into a mini skirt and sparkly long-sleeved top while new member Jade, 21, who replaced Keisha Buchanan in the line-up, squeezed into a pair of tight leather trousers.

The girls have become a regular fixture on the party scene of late and are often spotted on the London circuit together.

Jingle Bell Ball

Earlier the girls performed at Capital FM's Jingle Bell Ball at the 02 Arena

Clearly, the girls are trying to build up a rapport with latest member Jade, who became Sugababe number six in October with the band undergoing its third line-up change.

Jade, who represented the UK in the Eurovision Song Contest this year, is now hurriedly learning the back catalogue of tunes, which includes seven albums worth of music.

Later this month they will release a version of Santa Baby, their second single together in their new guise following on from About A Girl, which charted at number eight last month.

The girls have also pledged their support to the Fight Cervical Cancer in Style campaign.

Sugababes perform on stage during Capital FM's Jingle Bell Ball at the O2 Arena in London.

Belles: The group performed at Capital FM's Jingle Bell Ball at the O2 Arena in London on Saturday

They are calling for women to wear purple scarves - which are given away in magazines - to raise awareness for the campaign.

Earlier this year, Sugababes performed at Jade Goody's wedding a month before she died of the disease.

'Having performed at Jade's wedding, it is a subject we feel passionately about,' Heidi said of the campaign.

'It is important that girls and women realise how they could catch the virus and steps to take to reduce their risk.'

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