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Cleopatra coming back 'atcha'

NOSTALGIA: Cleopatra at the Brit Awards in 1999

NINETIES GIRL group Cleopatra is planning a comeback, or at least one third of the band is.

Singer Cleo Higgins is one of a few other pop stars whose music careers have taken a nose dive that will be appearing on the BBC show The Voice.

Hear'say's Danny Foster also appears on the show, but revealed he got booted off early on Twitter.

Part of the premise of the TV programme is that participants hope impress the judges with their vocals without being seen - judges are blindfolded as they listen.

Higgins, now 30, found fame in the late Nineties with sisters Yonah and Zainam, but performs on the show without her siblings.

The Mancunian trio announced their arrival onto the UK music scene with their debut single, Cleopatra's Theme.

The sisters managed four singles in the UK chart's top five, before their momentum began to peter out.

They also tried their hand at acting, performing in two series of their own TV shows Cleopatra Comin' Atcha and Cleopatra In The House.

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