Nadine Coyle keen for Girls Aloud reunion
Girls Aloud may be set to hit the road again soon after Nadine Coyle stated that she is keen to work with the other members again.
Speaking on the ITV1 show Daybreak, the singer, who is currently promoting the release of her debut single Insatiable, said that she cannot see any reason why the five-piece should not record another album.
Asked if the Love Machine performers would ever work together again, she responded: "I would say so, I would say there is no reason, there's no excuse if everybody is happy enough to get back and do that."
A reunion next year would mark the tenth anniversary of the band forming as part of the reality TV show Popstars: The Rivals, which saw the girls claim the converted Christmas number one single with their song Sound of the Underground.
Cheryl Cole has also expressed her desire to work with Girls Aloud again, telling X Magazine that they still have a three album deal to fulfil.
By Jemma Howard
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