Hear’Say splits up citing “daily abuse” from public and media.

Hear’Say splits up citing “daily abuse” from public and media.
The UK’s first Popstars group, Hear’Say, has broken up, citing “the daily abuse they received from the UK media and the general public,” according to MTV UK. Member Myleene Klass said, “Nobody deserves what we went through on any level.” The groups’ single broke records but their second album didn’t do well at all. Both Popstars groups in the US also broke up.

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