Girls Aloud `reunite and recording comeback single`
London: UK band Girls Aloud are back together and have recorded tracks with their long time collaborators as early as May this year, it has been revealed.
According to the reports, the band members Cheryl Cole, Kimberley Walsh, Nicola Roberts, Sarah Harding and even Nadine Coyle recently filmed a video to show they are back together.
The girls took a supposed “year-long hiatus” in 2009 that stretched thrice as long, until they eventually agreed to put their history behind them to mark their 10th anniversary next month.
“The girls recorded tracks with their long-time collaborators Xenomania as early as May this year,” the Mirror quoted a source as saying.
“Some of them recorded their vocals separately, so they didn’t actually see each other that much during the process. Obviously, Nadine has been pretty estranged from the group during their time off, too.
“But on Tuesday, all five were together to film the video for their big return song, which is due out next month. It was the last possible opportunity they would all have to get together in time for the release, as Cheryl has been busy rehearsing for her tour and Kimberley’s training schedule for Strictly has been getting more and more intense,” the source added.