Sugababes star Mutya Buena claims Kylie Minogue and Jennifer Lopez 'can't sing'

Mutya Buena has given her take on popstars of today, claiming many of them, including Kylie Minogue and Jennifer Lopez, ‘can’t sing’.

The Sugababes star didn’t hold back during a brutal Instagram Live, giving her unfiltered opinion on the likes of Kylie, JLo, Lady Gaga and Nicole Scherzinger.

Asked by her fans about various stars, she admitted they are ‘amazing performers’ but claimed they fall short when it comes to singing talents.

‘JLo, you can just shake your a*** crack. Let’s be honest, JLo, she can’t sing. I’m not being rude. She’s an amazing performer, sexy as hell and looks great,’ Mutya said (via The Sun).

‘But I’m not going to tell you JLo can sing. I’d be lying to you.’

She added of Kylie: ‘I don’t think she’s a singer. She’s a great entertainer, she’s amazing at what she does, but singing is not for her.

‘If you gave me a Kylie Minogue song except for Especially For You, what other song does she have? Can’t Get You Out Of My Head? You can sing that drunk and so can I.

‘I don’t think I’ve ever bought a Kylie Minogue track in my life and I don’t think I ever would.’

She went on to say: ‘If you can’t sing, you can’t sing. I don’t go around saying I’m the best singer but I know I can sing.

‘With me judging someone, I know I can back my talk. I need to have hairs sticking up on my arms. I’m not just going to listen to people that look cute. It’s all about the vocals.

‘But there’s nothing wrong with using your body to compensate for something you don’t have.’

Clarifying her stance in a recent Instagram Story, she said: ‘I said they can’t sing, but don’t twist my words. I never said they weren’t entertainers.

‘I said they were amazing at entertaining.’

Mutya is best known for her role in the Sugababes alongside Keisha Buchanan and Siobhan Donaghy, until she left the group in 2005.

The trio later reformed under the name Mutya Keisha Siobhan (MKS).

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