If reports are to be believed, then Girls Aloud will reform this November to sing for the Queen at the Royal Variety Performance.
Cheryl and Co announced earlier this year that they would be commemorating their 10th Anniversary in some shape or form, and now it has been revealed that they will take part in an ITV1 documentary, entitled 10 Years of Girls Aloud, which will chart their rise to fame and include details of their preparations for their Royal Variety gig.
The Brit Award winning girlband, who rose to fame after winning Popstars: The Rivals in 2002, took a hiatus in 2009, to allow Cheryl, Nadine, Sarah, Nicola and Kimberley to pursue solo projects. This year will mark 8 years since the girls last performed on the Royal Variety Stage, having last sung for Her Majesty in 2004.
As it’s the Royal Variety’s 100th Anniversary, and the gig will signal one of the Queen’s last engagements in her Golden Jubilee year, the show is set to filled with A-List acts. Girls Aloud will reunite for the gig, as well as the documentary, which will also feature interviews with each member and will pay tribute to their chart dominance and respective solo careers. It has also been widely speculated that the five-piece will embark on a 10th Anniversary tour, but fans will have to sit tight for an official announcement.