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March 6th, 2009 10:39am EST favorite Add to My News
Annie LennoxAnnie Lennox is adamant there will be no more Eurythmics reunions - insisting she is determined to move on with her life.

The 1980s pop duo, formed with Dave Stewart, never officially disbanded but Lennox made a break from her music partner in 1990, going on to launch a highly successful solo career. Lennox and Stewart reunited in 1999 to release their Peace album, which was followed by a tour. And after three shows in South Africa in 2003, the pair collaborated for the final time - creating two new tracks for their 2005 greatest hits album.

However, Lennox is adamant that the record marked the end of the band - insisting fans will not see the Eurythmics back together again. She says, "Dave and I talk to each other only rarely these days, and I can't see another reunion. He lives in America and I'm over here (Britain). We're both working on our own things. For me it would be like a step backwards and I want to keep moving forward."





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