Girls Aloud are reportedly set for a comeback and fans are gooped and gagged!
After 11 years away, the British girl group reportedly has a secret single and a potential comeback tour in the works.
Reports say the reunion of the four bandmates, Cheryl, Nicola Roberts, Nadine Coyle and Kimberely Walsh, took place on 7 November, with a source telling The Sun that the group came together to shoot a music video in a North London studio, wearing superhero style costumes.
“This has to be one of the best-kept secrets in pop, but it’s actually happening now,” the Sun’s source said.
The new track is reported to be in honour of the late bandmate Sarah Harding, who died of breast cancer aged 39 in September 2021.
So with rumours rife, fans have taken to social media to share their excitement.
timeline is full of gays and girls screaming over the girls aloud reunion rumours. bliss.
— lori megan ☽ (@lorimeganxo) November 8, 2023
apologies for the person I’m going to become when this Girls Aloud reunion happens, those women raised me
— ethan 🍂 (@evespanesar) November 7, 2023
Girls Aloud reunion!?? 🚨 pic.twitter.com/7afr5Aluo3
— Dan (@bydanram) November 8, 2023
Me after selling my house and taking all my life savings to get front row at the girls aloud reunion tour pic.twitter.com/DQmzlRjgOM
— venus ☁️ (@WE_D0_CAR3) November 7, 2023
I’m not emotionally prepared for the montage of Sarah that’ll be playing when Girls Aloud perform Stand By You on their reunion tour. pic.twitter.com/wwiAJmYK07
— cameron (@camruined) November 8, 2023
The girls aloud reunion will kill me off, I hope you all know how insufferable this era of me will be!!
— char manning 🌟 (@xylottie) November 7, 2023
GIRLS ALOUD REUNION MY DEPRESSION IS CURED!!!!! 😭😭😭😭
— kellyyyy (@ifuseekkelly) November 7, 2023
Girls Aloud reunion?! pic.twitter.com/zJAtr08pgr
— Alex Tyler (@alextylertweets) November 8, 2023
Girls Aloud was first formed in 2002 on the ITV talent show Pop Stars: The Rivals, where they competed for a place in the band.
Across their eleven year span, Girls Aloud achieved a staggering 21 top 10 UK singles, which included four number one songs.
After announcing their split in March 2013, The band members continued to prosper in solo careers. All members remained releasing music, with Cheryl going on to have five number one singles and two number one albums.