Keisha knows that the general public loves a good comeback and that her commercial aspirations should lie with pleasing this audience; a solo career ONLY made sense when she was the Sugababes' ousted, final original member - press coverage was high and many celebrities were lamenting the situation. Time passed though and she moved on to something much more lucrative - the return of the original lineup. Critical praise was extremely evident when the hints began in 2009 and were unavoidable during 2012/13 as MKS. If the girls put all the pieces together, then I don't see their supposed MKS-era failings impeding good-to-great reception. If anything, we're looking at an All Saints-amount of fanfare and press attention, and honestly, we should be so lucky if that means we get what we truly should want in the first place: the goddamn album.