All Saints are an English-Canadian girl group. Originally founded in 1993 as All Saints 220.127.116.11., the group was re-founded in 1995 as a quartet consisting of British members Melanie Blatt and Shaznay Lewis, and Canadian sisters Natalie and Nicole Appleton. They became one of the most successful pop groups of the 1990s, with nine top ten singles on the UK Singles Chart (including five number-ones), two multi-platinum albums and two gold albums. By 2002, the band had sold in excess of 11 million albums worldwide.
All Saints were formed as a trio in 1993 with Blatt, Lewis and Simone Rainford, who released two singles before Rainford's departure in 1995. Natalie and Nicole Appleton joined the group for the production of their debut album, All Saints (1997), which produced three UK number-one singles, including "Never Ever" which won the Brit Awards for Best British Single and Best British Video at the 1998 Brit Awards. As of March 2013 it is the second best selling single by a girl group of all time in the UK, only behind "Wannabe" by the Spice Girls.