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Nadine Coyle has let slip that a Girls Aloud reunion is in the works

By Sarah Finnan

April 27, 2020 at 3:41pm

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Girls Aloud are in talks about the possibility of a 20th-anniversary reunion.

Nadine Coyle may be in a spot of trouble with her ex-Girls Aloud bandmates when they find out that she's let the cat out of the bag, confirming that a 20th-anniversary reunion is seemingly on the cards.

According to The Sun, Nadine spilled the beans to fellow Irish woman Angela Scanlon on her Thanks A Million podcast, saying:

"There's been loads of conversations and people are now getting in contact, like, 'What do we do?' It's still early.

I'm 34 years old so to think that I've been doing anything for 20 years is shocking, isn't it?"

Don't go losing your marbles just yet though as the band's 20th anniversary isn't until 2022, so is still a ways off. And if the current climate has taught us anything, it's to expect the unexpected.

Forming way back in 2002, the group first appeared on the hit ITV show Popstars: The Rivals. Hosted by Big Brother presenter Davina McCall, the girls competed against a rival boyband group for the Christmas number one single that year - going on to release five studio albums, two greatest hits albums, two live albums and one remix album. They also have over 20 singles under their belt, not to mention a number of Brit Award nominations as well.

Explanations as to why the group eventually split in 2013 have varied over the years, with Nadine hinting that it was down to "politics" but the girls must have since made up if reunion talks are being indulged.

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