Cheryl Cole, whose third solo studio album ‘A Million Lights’ is released on June 18th, has teased the planned Girls Aloud reunion on BBC Radio 1′s Chris Moyles show this morning.
The 28-year-old singer admitted that the five band members had been all together in a room “recently” and claimed that the space they’ve all had since they stopped touring together in 2009 has helped them grow to a better place.
Cole said about their temporary break-up;
“What happened was it had been seven years, consistently non-stop touring, album after album, and just as women we needed that space to grow as people.
“It’s been almost three years, I believe, so watch out!”
Cole revealed that it “feels like yesterday” when the band filmed ‘Sound of the Underground”s music video despite the group coming close to their ten-year anniversary.
As we await official details on a possible Girls Aloud reunion, you can listen to Cole’s comeback single “Call By Name” which had its first national radio airplay last week. You can listen to it below here;