EMMA LEE UEA LCR, Norwich
Sisters were most definitely doing it for themselves at Norwich's UEA last night.
Hundreds of women — and a smattering of token men — packed the venue as Mis-Teeq, one of the UK's hottest r&b acts, showed exactly why it is that they deserve that tag.
The show was opened by diva-in-waiting Keisha White, followed by Jamelia who was in party mood celebrating the fact that her infectious single Superstar has gone top three in the charts.
Then the Scandalous hitmakers themselves burst onto the stage in a riot of neon lights and to a roar of appreciation from the sell-out crowd.
They opened with an energetic rendition of All I Want and the sassy and classy trio had the audience in the palm of their hands.
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The Mis-Teeq ladies really know how to put on a show — and when the band's MC Alesha Dixon asked Norwich whether it was ready to party the answer was an emphatic yes.
The set — which included costume changes — oozed glamour.
Tracks included favourites from their two albums Lickin' On Both Sides and Eye Candy.
They also paid tribute to the acts who inspired them with a medley of hits by En Vogue, Salt n Pepa and TLC.
Mis-Teeq really know how to put on a show and last night they proved that they are a cut above most of the pop acts around.