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Eternal star Kelle Bryan has detailed the racial discrimination the girl band experienced during their 90s heyday.
The singer, 44, revealed during an appearance on Friday's Loose Women the group were told they couldn't feature on magazine covers because they were a 'majority black band'.
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The former Hollyoaks star said: 'I think at the time, in the early 90s it was really groundbreaking for a start to have a band that is bi-racial, interracial in any way shape or form.
'So, it was ground-breaking in that sense because it was before you know the bands that came afterwards, and even at that time it seemed quite taboo.
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'We’d have so many difficulties with magazines, publications who would say "Oh we can’t because you’re a majority black band therefore you can’t go on the cover of a magazine".'
When the panel asked if they were told this in 'explicit' detail, Kelle added: 'Oh absolutely explicit, there were emails and documentation to support that where they would say the reason we can’t have you on the cover was because of this or that.
'We would challenge that and say "But why...
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