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Girls Aloud Unveils Changes to Outfits for Upcoming Reunion Tour: Cheryl Aims for Appropriate Glam

Girls Aloud Unveils Changes to Outfits for Upcoming Reunion Tour: Cheryl Aims for Appropriate Glam
Published 3 months ago on Nov 29, 2023

Girls Aloud, the iconic girl band, is set to make a triumphant return to the stage for a highly-anticipated reunion tour next year. Cheryl, Nadine Coyle, Nicola Roberts, and Kimberley Walsh are gearing up to honor their late bandmate Sarah Harding, who passed away in September 2021.

Girls Aloud have revealed how their reunion tour will differ from their noughties fame ahead of returning to the stage next year - including changes to their outfits (pictured in 2009)

As they prepare for the tour in May and June 2024, marking 21 years since winning "Popstars: The Rivals," the group has revealed a departure from their noughties fame, especially in terms of their stage outfits. The band, known for rocking revealing leotards and tight catsuits, shared insights on the changes during an interview with Jessie and Lennie Ware on their Table Manners podcast.

The group are hitting the road in May and June 2024 in recognition of this month marking 21 years since they and the late Sarah Harding won Popstars: The Rivals

Cheryl, in particular, expressed her intention to wear something "sparkly" yet "appropriate" this time around. The singer, who shares a son, Bear, with ex Liam Payne, emphasized her concern about her son being teased at school over her previous stage outfits. The band members playfully discussed potential outfit choices, with Cheryl ruling out a return to leotards, and Kimberley expressing reservations about having her "bum out" on stage.

Girls Aloud rocked a whole host of eye-catching outfits on stage during the height of their fame, including revealing leotards and tight fitted catsuits (Cheryl is pictured in 2009)

Nadine Coyle, however, was more open to the possibility of revisiting their iconic noughties looks, asserting that they are the adults and can make such decisions. Cheryl assured that her outfit would be glamorous but not overly revealing.

The band, in their discussions, also reflected on their early fame, sharing amusing anecdotes about adjusting to adult life. Nicola Roberts recalled not realizing they would receive mail and hilariously described finding a Christmas sack of unopened letters. Nadine shared a memory of receiving a hefty bill for her car, not realizing she had to pay for it.

Addressing the absence of Sarah Harding, the band acknowledged the emotional challenges of performing without her. They discussed plans to honor Sarah on the tour, seeking approval from her mother, Marie Hardman, for using Sarah's vocals on stage. The band expressed their desire to let Sarah's voice play during certain parts of the performance, respecting the unique qualities she brought to their songs.

Tickets for the reunion tour went on pre-sale on Wednesday, with general sale starting on Friday. Prices range from £48.50 to £195, offering fans various options for experiencing the nostalgic tour. The 15-show tour across the UK and Ireland is set to kick off in Dublin in May, promising a celebration of Girls Aloud's beloved hits without new music.

However, Nadine, 38, is less worried about her on-stage outfits and didn't rule out returning to their iconic noughties leotard and catsuit looks (pictured with Cheryl at The Brits in 2009)

Girls Aloud are a British pop girl group formed through the reality television competition Popstars: The Rivals in 2002. The original line-up consisted of Cheryl Tweedy, Nadine Coyle, Kimberley Walsh, Sarah Harding, and Nicola Roberts.

The group released five studio albums: Sound of the Underground (2003), What Will the Neighbours Say? (2004), Chemistry (2005), Tangled Up (2007), and Out of Body (2008). They also released a number of successful singles, including "Sound of the Underground", "I'll Stand By You", "The Show", "Jump (For My Love)", and "The Promise".

Girls Aloud won numerous awards, including five BRIT Awards, two MTV Europe Music Awards, and five World Music Awards. They are the best-selling girl group of the 21st century in the United Kingdom, with over 10 million albums sold.

The group disbanded in 2013 but reunited for a series of concerts in 2019. They are currently planning a reunion tour in 2024.

Here are some of their most popular songs:

  • Sound of the Underground
  • I'll Stand By You
  • The Show
  • Jump (For My Love)
  • The Promise

Girls Aloud in 2023

In 2023, Girls Aloud are still considered one of the most successful girl groups of all time. They continue to have a large and loyal fan base, and their music is still popular.

Girls Aloud Death

Sarah Harding, one of the members of Girls Aloud, passed away from breast cancer in 2021. She was 39 years old.

Girls Aloud Reunion

Girls Aloud reunited for a series of concerts in 2019. The reunion was a huge success, and the group sold out stadiums all over the UK.

Girls Aloud Reunion Tour Tickets

Girls Aloud are planning a reunion tour in 2024. Tickets for the tour are expected to go on sale in early 2024.

Girls Aloud Tickets Cardiff

Girls Aloud will be performing at the Cardiff Utilita Arena on May 31 and June 1, 2024. Tickets for the shows are on sale now.


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