Girls Aloud have announced their huge come back including brand new music and tribute to the late Sarah Harding.
Back in 2002, all 5 members of Girls Aloud were a part of reality TV show ‘Pop Stars: The Rivals’ on ITV. Making it through every stage of the competition, Nadine, Sarah, Cheryl, Kimberley and Nicola came out on top and one of the most popular girl groups of all time were born.
Since then, the girls had an incredible reign in the pop world with their winning track ‘Sound of the Underground’, and classics such as ‘Love Machine’, ‘Biology’, ‘The Loving Kind’ and ‘Jump!’.
After millions of singles and albums sold, the girls called it a day and focused on new adventures. From featuring in musicals, releasing new solo music, featuring in award winning films and judging on the X Factor, the Girls Aloud ladies thrived just as much after they said goodbye to the girl group as when they were together.
More recently, Nicola Roberts won the UK’s ‘The Masked Singer’ as Queen Bee and households up and down the country sat through weeks of working out who’s face was behind those gorgeous vocals. Now, fans look forward to hearing more of each member for nostalgic reasons.
Sarah Harding sadly lost her battle with breast cancer at the age of 39 in September 2021. The girls plan to keep her in mind with all of their musical plans moving forward, and is a celebration of her life just as much as the importance of the reunion.
Now, the remaining four members reunite and have announced huge plans for the future. Edgy new material with a promising new single, a reunion tour and a full on celebration of all things Girls Aloud, many fans are thrilled with the news and can’t wait to see what the future holds.