Nadine Coyle confirms Girls Aloud's 10th anniversary reunion

Singer says the band will 'definitely' do something to celebrate the milestone

Nadine Coyle confirms Girls Aloud's 10th anniversary reunion

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Girls Aloud will reunite for their 10-year anniversary in 2012, according to band member Nadine Coyle.

The singer told internet radio host Dean Kelly the that band would get back together next year.

Coyle said: "We always discuss doing a 10-year reunion thing. So that's going to be next year."

"We're definitely going to do something. But it's a whole huge production. Girls Aloud is not just us five, there's like us five plus a ridiculous team of 50 who travel with us, it's amazing." Their manager Hilary Shaw has also said that the five-piece will come together next year.

She said: "Everybody wants them to make a comeback and it will be next year. Well, it is their 10th anniversary so there will be something." Shaw added that a new studio album is unlikely, but said the girls are "getting on great".

She added: "They speak all the time, and that includes Cheryl [Cole] and Nadine [Coyle] with the other girls. Cheryl is keen to get back with the girls, and is planning something which could be a one-off or some gigs."

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