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Cheryl Cole on Girls Aloud reunion: 'It's been three years, watch out'

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Cheryl Cole has discussed Girls Aloud's planned reunion.

The singer spoke about the group during an interview on BBC Radio 1's Chris Moyles Show.

Cheryl Cole at BBC Radio 1 studios

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Girls Aloud

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Cole was hesitant when asked by Moyles when the five band members were last all together in a room, finally admitting it had been "recently".

Of their temporary split, she said: "What happened was it had been seven years, consistently non-stop touring, album after album, and just as women we needed that space to grow as people.

"It's been almost three years, I believe, so watch out!"

Video: Girls Aloud - 'Sound of the Underground'



Musing on the group's upcoming ten-year anniversary, Cole added that filming the 'Sound of the Underground' video "feels like yesterday".

Cole then asked Moyles whether he had seen Kimberley Walsh on stage in Shrek The Musical.

In response to his admission that he hadn't, she said: "I advise you do, it's a great show. She's amazing."

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