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Mini Viva were a pop duo formed in London, UK, in 2008 that consisted of singers Frankee Connolly and Britt Love. Their debut single, Left My Heart In Tokyo was released to critical acclaim in September of 2009 and peaked at #7 on the UK Singles Chart. The track was produced by pop songwriters Xenomania, who had previously worked with Girls Aloud, Sugababes, Sophie Ellis-Bextor & Kylie Minogue. Annie and Fred Falke are also given writing credits.
Their second single, I Wish, was equally well-received by critics and bloggers but failed in the charts. Third single One Touch, formerly titled "Do You Wana Candy", debuted at a live performance in February, 2010. "One Touch", released in May, 2010, also charted poorly, not even breaking the top 100, despite often being cited as the duo's best single.
Mini Viva supported The Saturdays on the Work Tour in 2009. In 2010, Frankee and Britt toured small venues, worked DJ gigs, and supported Britain's Got Talent winners Diversity.
Britt announced, on 10 Nov 2010, that the duo was no longer together and plans for the long-delayed full-length were canceled. Read more on Last.fm
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