Girls Aloud have added 13 extra dates to their UK and Ireland tour which takes place next summer.
20.11.2023 - 02:47 / nme.com
Nicola Roberts has started to tease the rumoured Girls Aloud reunion after a countdown graphic appeared on her social media.Speculation of the rumoured reunion first arose last week (November 7), when The Sun reported that members Cheryl, Nadine Coyle, Kimberley Walsh and Roberts had secretly entered a recording studio together. Despite no official announcement arriving yet, it didn’t stop fans speculating about the announcement on social media.
According to the outlet, the group are set to release a new single soon, which will be their first new release since their split back in 2013. It also claimed that the rumoured new track will be dedicated to bandmate Sarah Harding who died of cancer in 2021.
She was aged 39.“This has been one of the best-kept secrets in pop, but it’s actually happening now,” an unnamed source told the outlet, adding that it felt like a “totally natural thing to do — in Sarah’s honour”.Now, a new graphic has appeared on Nicola Roberts’ social media accounts. It features a ‘four’ countdown that appears on a screen suggesting news could arrive in four days time.
It’s seen against an evening city landscape with cars in traffic.Check it out below:4️⃣ pic.twitter.com/BlanMaLrHt— Nicola Maria Roberts (@NicolaRoberts) November 19, 2023If the speculation turns out to be true, the new release will mark the first new Girls Aloud music in over a decade. Although they have yet to release any new music since their split, the surviving members did come together earlier this year to announce a 20th-anniversary reissue of their debut album ‘Sound Of The Underground’.Over the summer Nicola Roberts reflected on her friendship with Harding, recalling how “vivacious and full of life” she was.“Even going back to that.
Girls Aloud have added 13 extra dates to their UK and Ireland tour which takes place next summer.
Girls Aloud fans have another chance to get their hands on tickets for the band's highly-anticipated reunion tour today (Friday December 1).
Girls Aloud stars Kimberley Walsh, Nadine Coyle and Nicola Roberts met up for a night out together at the Smirnoff Vodka launch event in London's Leake Street on Wednesday, 29 November. The trio were all smiles as they partied the night away with a star-studded guest list in attendance, though Cheryl was noticeably absent from the event after the group recently announced their reunion tour. Kimberley opted for an edgy look as she donned a gunmetal roll neck top in the style of chainmail, and added a pair of leather-look trousers and heels to finish.
Girls Aloud have announced some additional tour slots to their 2024 UK and Ireland arena tour. Check out dates and ticket details below.Fans have been speculating that Girls Aloud might be reuniting ever since Nicola Roberts teased a countdown on her social media and last week, the band, which consists of Cheryl, Nadine Coyle, Kimberly Walsh and Roberts, announced their first new run of gigs since their final show in 2013.
Girls Aloud have promised fans that their upcoming tour will be “magic”, and added that it will “never be the same” without Sarah Harding.News that the ‘00s girl group would be reforming arrived last week (November 22), when surviving members Nicola Roberts, Kimberley Walsh, Cheryl and Nadine Coyle announced that they would be coming together for a run of live shows next year.The 2024 gigs will mark their first performance as a group since 2013, it will also be their first tour since the death of bandmate Sarah Harding, who passed away in 2021 due to breast cancer.Now, in a new interview the members have shed light on what fans can expect from the live shows, and revealed how they plan to pay tribute to the late Harding.“It will never be the same again, we accept that,” Cheryl told Sky News, “but we’re going to make a new type of sparkle with her in it.”“You’re reminded so constantly that she isn’t here,” added Coyle, confirming that the performances will be dedicated to Harding. “She is very much a part of who we are still, a huge part.”According to the members, they still need to arrange who will sing lines originally sung by Harding when it comes to the live shows, and the rehearsals are set to begin in the new year.“Fans have lost Sarah as well,” said Roberts to the outlet.
Girls Aloud fans desperate to see the pop group on tour were left frustrated as they waited more than an hour in virtual queues during today's presale (Wednesday November 29).
Girls Aloud are reuniting for a very special UK and Ireland tour next year. The pop hitmakers will come back together for the 'Girls Aloud Show' which will make its way around arenas across the UK next May and June.
After a decade away, last week, Girls Aloud finally announced their reunion. The tour, known as the Girls Aloud Show will see the biggest-selling girl group of the 21st century play 15 dates across the UK and Ireland next May and June 2024.
Girls Aloud are 'set to perform at Glastonbury next year', as they head on tour more than a decade after they split. For their upcoming Girls Aloud Show, Sarah Harding's mum has given them her blessing to use her vocals, after she tragically passed away in 2021, after fighting breast cancer.
Girls Aloud appeared on The One Show to talk about their upcoming tour but it all became a little too much for Cheryl. The Geordie singer became emotional as she spoke about going back on tour without Sarah Harding, who died in 2021. She shared: "It's very odd, if I'm completely honest.
The ladies of Girls Aloud are celebrating the exciting news that they are heading out on tour next year!
Girls Aloud have opened up about their 2024 UK and Ireland tour, revealing that late bandmate Sarah Harding suggested they reform during her cancer battle.The iconic ‘00s girl group announced details of their reformation last night (November 22), confirming that members Nicola Roberts, Kimberley Walsh, Cheryl and Nadine Coyle would be coming together for a run of live shows next year.The 2024 gigs will mark their first performance as a group since 2013, it will also be their first tour since the death of bandmate Sarah Harding, who passed away in 2021 due to breast cancer.Now, the members have opened up on why it was the right time for them to join forces again, and explained how the idea was first put forward to them by Harding amid her battle with cancer.“It’s hard to talk about it,” Roberts told British Vogue in a new interview. “It’s hard for us to be here without her.
Cheryl has sweetly revealed that her six year old son, Bear, has realised that she and his dad, One Direction singer Liam Payne, are famous.The 40 year old star, who announced that she would be heading on a reunion tour with Girls Aloud, often keeps her son out of the spotlight, but recently shared some rare sweet details with British Vogue.The proud mum said that Bear thinks it is “pretty cool” that both of his parents are famous singers, although Cheryl wants him to have a “normal childhood”. She told the publication: “The problem is that I want Bear to have a normal childhood. I don't want people recognising him on the street.
Girls Aloud have opened up on the pain of reuniting without late bandmate Sarah Harding, two years on from her death - admitting they miss "everything" about her. Cheryl, Nicola Roberts, Kimberley Walsh and Nadine Coyle have confirmed that the rumours of them reuniting are true, but told Heart FM that being a four-piece band is taking some getting used to as they grieve the loss of Sarah.
The members of Girls Aloud have revealed that they didn't tell their friends and family about their upcoming reunion, and have been avoiding everyone in the weeks prior to the announcement. Appearing on Zoe Ball's Radio Two show on Thursday morning, Cheryl, Nadine Coyle, Nicola Roberts and Kimberley Walsh opened up about their upcoming reunion, which is in honour of their late bandmate Sarah Harding. When asked how long they've been keeping the secret, Nicola replied: "Months and months, we didn't tell our family and friends, our families didn't know." To which Nadine added: "When we put out the teaser, we've been ignoring people all week." And Kimberley quipped: "We've been ignoring people on the school run." The band announced their reunion tour on Instagram on Wednesday 22 November, as they wrote: "We’re so excited to announce that we will be touring the UK & Ireland in May and June 2024.
Girls Aloud have responded to rumours that they may be playing a slot at next year’s instalment of Glastonbury.The speculation that the ‘00s British girl group would be making their way over to Worthy Farm for the 2024 instalment of the festival arose after they announced details of a reunion tour last night (November 22).The band, which consists of Cheryl, Nadine Coyle, Kimberly Walsh and Nicola Roberts, have not played together since 2013 when they held their final UK show. The tour also marks their first since the death of bandmate Sarah Harding, who passed away in 2021 from breast cancer.Kicking off next year and running between May and June, the news of the tour has also sparked rumours that Girls Aloud may be planning a stop at Glastonbury.“We’ve spoken about this but the thing is, we’d have to take our stage and so the logistics would be hard,” Coyle told British Vogue, discussing the prospect of taking to the stage at the world-renowned festival next year.
Following last night's anncounment that Girls Aloud would be reuniting for a 2024 UK and Ireland tour, the band have revealed more details about what it may entail. The most successful girl group of the noughties will be heading out on tour next May, starting off in Dublin before going across the UK, including two nights in Manchester.
Girls Aloud, whose plans for a reunion were shattered by the cancer death of Sarah Harding in 2021, will now go out on a UK and Ireland tour next year.
Girls Aloud have announced their 2024 UK & Ireland arena tour.Fans have been speculating that Girls Aloud might be reuniting ever since Nicola Roberts teased a countdown on her social media.The band, which consists of Cheryl, Nadine Coyle, Kimberly Walsh and Roberts, have not played since 2013 at their final UK show. Sarah Harding, who was also previously in the band, passed away in 2021 due to breast cancer.Girls Aloud have now unveiled their arena tour for 2024, which will take place around the UK in May and June. The tour will be “a celebration of Girls Aloud’s rich back catalogue and all the ground-breaking success they have achieved as a band.” As such, no new music has been recorded, but the band will play hits such as ‘Sound Of The Underground’, ‘The Promise’ and ‘I’ll Stand By You’.Tickets will go on pre-sale on Wednesday 29th November at 9am, with the general on sale Friday 1st December at 9am – get them here.Cheryl says of the reunion: “We all started talking about the possibility of doing something to celebrate Girls Aloud’s 20-year anniversary a few years ago.
Girls Aloud have announced that they will be going on tour across the UK and Ireland - two years after bandmate Sarah Harding tragically passed away. Singers Cheryl, Nicola Roberts, Kimberley Walsh and Nadine Coyle, who have been posting cryptic messages on social media this week, have finally revealed that they are set to reunite and head on the road next year. Announcing the exciting news on Instagram on Wednesday 22 November, a post read: “We’re so excited to announce that we will be touring the UK & Ireland in May and June 2024.