Girls Aloud in 2002, fresh from Popstars: The Rivals (credit: www.virginmedia.com)
Hopefully we haven't seen the last of Girls Aloud, as one of the nation's favourite girl band celebrate their 10th year anniversary in November. Surely, this is all the motivation they need to reunite and show the world they still have more to give. However, with all the girls drifting off in different directions since the split (for example Cheryl releasing 3 albums and Nicola branching out into creating cosmetic brand 'Dainty Doll' for those with porcalin skin), it seems as if all of the girls are happy and satifised with the career choice they are pursuing atm.
Girls Aloud at the Brit Awards in 2005 (credit: www.virginmedia.com)
But the Spice Girls did it. So did Take That. 2 of Britains most successful pop bands went through rough spots and eventually reunited. This fact is promising, as it shows it's not impossible for GA to follow in the foot steps of these famous band and finally reunite. And boy if they did reunite, I'm sure it wouldn't take long for their massive fan base to grow back. Admit it, your a big GA fan deep down. I'm sure if 'The Promise' came onto the radio, you would find youself singing along. Well, I certainly do.
Girls Aloud in 2008, just a year before they split (credit: www.thefashpack.onsugar.com)
I can't wait until November, to finally discover if all of the rumours are true and Girls Aloud will finally reunite. I've waited long enough and so has the rest of the nation. Come on girls, get back together and start producing some fab new music!
Will we ever see this logo on a CD cover or iTunes produc(credit: www.seeklogo.com)
-Rachel Louise xo