Britain’s favourite girl band, Girls Aloud, are set to make their long awaited comeback later this year to celebrate a decade of being together.
The band were formed on the X Factor prequel ‘Popstars: The Rivals’ back in 2002 and didn’t stop banging out hits until 2008 with their last studio album ‘Out of Control’ before going their separate ways.
While Cheryl’s enjoyed most of the limelight and solo success with her stint as a judge on the X Factor, it would seem all five girls are up for making a comeback as a group and are eyeing up November as the time to release a new single in aid of Children In Need. A source that spoke to The Sun alleges:
“The plan is to release it in November. It is looking like it will be an original song. Bosses think it will be the perfect comeback hit as well as helping a good cause.”
This will be the second time the girls have recorded a song for Children In Need, having released a cover of ‘I’ll Stand By You’ for the charity in 2004.