Cheryl Cole Teases Girls Aloud Reunion Soon

"It's been almost three years, I believe, so watch out!"

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;

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