The highly anticipated reunion of Girls Aloud is now on hold.
The “Sound of the Underground” girl group was set to reunite for their 20th anniversary in 2022, but will now be focusing on supporting Sarah Harding amid her cancer battle, the group’s Nadine Coyle confirmed.
“I would love to be like, ‘Yes, this is what we’re doing.’ At the minute, it’s very much thinking about Sarah, being there for Sarah. It’s a really unfortunate time for her. The whole thing is like, ‘Come on, come on’, because then that could be the priority – talking about, ‘Should we do a tour? Should we do something?’ Instead we’re worried about Sarah,” Nadine said during an interview with Sink The Pink.
“We’re just focusing everything there. That is the main priority.”
Girls Aloud – which also includes Cheryl, Kimberley Walsh and Nicola Roberts – debuted in 2002 after forming on Popstars: The Rivals.
Sarah Harding recently revealed a very sad update about her health amid her cancer diagnosis. We are wishing her the best in her battle.
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