Girls Aloud plan to make 'epic comeback’ after 11 years following ‘secret reunion’ in London
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Anyone who loves a blast from the past will be well chuffed to know that one of the UK's most iconic girlbands are gearing up for an 'epic comeback' after over a decade.
Brace yourselves as Girls Aloud are reportedly planning to release new music following a 'secret reunion' in London.
The likes of Cheryl, Nadine Coyle, Kimberley Walsh and Nicola Roberts reportedly met up at a studio in North London to shoot the music video for their first single in 11 years.
The reunion comes just two years after the fifth member of the supergroup, bandmate Sarah Harding, sadly passed away from cancer in 2021 at the age of 39, with the surviving members dedicating the song to her.
A music source told The Sun: "This has been one of the best-kept secrets in pop, but it’s actually happening now.
"The girls really came back together as friends to rally around when Sarah died, and it repaired some of the old rifts and put things into perspective.
"Suddenly the reunion which had seemed totally impossible for so long just felt a totally natural thing to do — in Sarah’s honour."
According to the outlet, the music video will see the woman playing superhero characters with Wonder Woman-style costumes and capes galore.
They went on to release smash-hit after smash-hit including tracks like 'Biology', 'Love Machine', 'Sound of the Underground' and 'Something Kinda Ooooh'.
So, I'm sure fans all over are more than eager for a little injection of some 2000s girlband music nostalgia.
"They’ve got a single and a video in the can, plans for a full record of new music, and for the fans the most exciting thing will be a massive reunion tour in 2024," the insider added.
"It’s going to be huge — and they’re all very excited to be back working together, even if there is a bittersweet element to it.
"Of course, whatever they do, there will always be nods to Sarah’s contribution to the group, too."
Tyla has reached out to Girls Aloud's representatives for comment.
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