The latest issue of Privé magazine features an article about Luv'. Since March, the ladies have been busy with their comeback. Recently, they gave a flamboyant performance at the Mega Piraten Festijn at the GelreDome in Arnhem, NL. "We often do big things. We sing our greatest hits. It's always fun when we perform. We've been fortunate to do what we want," Marga Scheide told.
Patty Brard is not involved in the current comeback and was replaced by Ria Thielsch. "Ria is a sweetheart. We don't see Patty anymore. I don't know if we will be reconciled. Actually I don't care. I'm busy with other things," Marga said.
The trio was supposed to record new material produced by Juan Cristobal Losada (who worked previously with Ricky Martin, Shakira and Enrique Inglesias). "The one who put us in touch with him is seriously ill. That's why this project has been shelved," Marga added.
The blonde singer also discussed her conflict with Luv's father Hans van Hemert about the name of the group that she trademarked in 1989.
The three singers don't plan to stop. "We don't know when we disband. As long as we have fun, we go on," Marga explained.