Monday 16 October 2017

Girls Aloud laying down new tracks?

Members of Girls Aloud have been in the recording studio
Members of Girls Aloud have been in the recording studio

Girls Aloud are back in the studio recording new material for their 10th anniversary comeback.

The No Good Advice singers - Cheryl Cole, Nadine Coyle, Sarah Harding, Nicola Roberts and Kimberley Walsh - are reforming to mark a decade in the music business, and pop producers Xenomania let slip that the band have been flexing their vocal cords.

The music makers tweeted: "Prepping to go in the studio with @NadineCoyleNOW for new GA sessions."

They added: "New GA sessions with @NicolaRoberts @KimberleyJWalsh @SarahNicHarding in the studio over the last week."

Meanwhile, LA-based Nadine is clearly excited about the comeback.

She told her Twitter followers: "Be prepared to be amazed!"

The new material is expected to be released around November, and the girls are also hoping to go on tour - despite rumours of a rift between Nadine and her bandmates.

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