Sugababes star Mutya Buena reveals she’d rather ‘have sex than intimate kissing’ on Celebs Go Dating

SUGABABES star Mutya Buena confesses she’d rather have sex than “intimate kissing” on tonight’s Celebs Go Dating.

The singer, 33, was discussing her past dates during a chat with Love Island’s Olivia Attwood, Towie’s Chloe Sims and Gogglebox star Amy Tapper.

Mutya revealed she’d rather have sex than kiss

She said: “I went on a date with a guy called Daniel…

“It went really well… he did stick his tongue down my throat.

“I ain’t kissed no one for a hot minute, so it was quite nice.

“I kissed him very intimate. I’d rather have sex than intimate kissing!”

During her last date, Mutya kissed a man called David – but she couldn’t remember his name, so called him Daniel


Celebs Go Dating airs tonight, 9pm, on E4.

Mutya – who has a 13-year-old daughter – recently opened up to The Sun Online about her relationship with “beautiful soul” George Michael and how they bonded over nights out with his boyfriend.

The pair became friends after the original Sugababe was asked to record duet This Is Not Real Love with him in 2006.

She revealed her heartbreak after discovering George had been found dead on Christmas Day in 2016.

Mutya chatted with Love Island’s Olivia Attwood (L), Towie’s Chloe Sims (R) and Gogglebox star Amy Tapper (far right)
Mutya Buena recently opened up about her extraordinary friendship with the late George Michael as she mourned her friend
George and Mutya became friends after they recorded track together This is not Real Love in 2006
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She also revealed they bonded over intimate dinners and she even made friends with his boyfriend, believed to Kenny Goss who George dated until 2009.

Mutya said: “He was so down to earth, you could talk about anything with him.

“We ate together and stuff, we had food together. I went out with his boyfriend a couple of times so there was always that communication. We just had normal chit chat.

“He was a beautiful soul and it really upset me when people were talking bad about him. So it’s only until you die that people start acknowledging you. He’s just a beautiful person and his music will be played forever.”


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