AFTER her failed attempt at a solo career, Nadine Coyle has gone public to say she wants to get Girls Aloud back together; but her ex bandmates don’t seem so sure .
The 26-year-old Derry native, who has been living in LA for the past four years told a Sunday newspaper: “It's time to come back. At the end of the year it would have been ten years and it feels like the right time to regroup.
However, Nadine’s views may just be wishful thinking on her part, as the only other bandmate to seem positive about the reunion is Kimblerley Walsh.
“We are definitely talking about plans for next year because it's our 10-year anniversary so we don't know exactly what it's going to be,” she told a TV show recently.
However Cheryl Cole has yet to make a statement on any possible reunion and Nicola Roberts was more cautious when approached by reporters: “I can’t say if Sarah will want to join the tour, “ she said of former bandmate Sarah Harding who has been in the headlines recently for spells in rehab for her addiction to drink.
A Spice Girls reunion which was touted for the Olympics in the summer and had the backing of Mel B and Geri Halliwell had to be shelved after Victoria Beckham refused to take time out from her fashion career to return to the girl group.