Yep, The Jade Ewen Version Of Sugababes’ “Miss Everything” Bites It, Too

Robbie Daw | February 9, 2010 1:36 pm

A duet between Sean Kingston and Sugababes—well, that sounds good on paper, right? Er, not really. Alas, such a recording was made for the British trio’s delayed album Sweet 7. You can check out the original version of the ‘babes/Kingston collabo “Miss Everything,” featuring since-ousted member Keisha Buchanan, here.

So now that latest Sugababe Jade Ewen has successfully re-recorded all of Buchanan’s vocals for the LP’s March release (in Europe), perhaps there’s a chance “Miss Everything” has a bit more vim and a bit less Sean Kingston? Well, dare to dream—and check out the updated version below.

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We’re not sure what’s worse here—the rampant Auto-Tuning, the overuse of the word “shorty” or the recylced use of Flo Rida’s “Right Round” backing track.

Actually, the saddest factor is that Sean Kingston not only drowns out the girls on “Miss Everything,” the entire song manages to eradicate any semblance of the trademark “Sugababes sound.”

Chalk this one up to a big Miss Nothing.