Girls Aloud need a ‘small miracle’ to reform

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  • The girls’ producer has spoken out about their slim chances of a reunion

    After weeks of split rumours, Girls Aloud’s songwriter and producer has said the band will need a ‘small miracle to continue’.

    Brian Higgins, who has worked with the girls since their debut single Sound of the Underground first hit the shelves, spoke out yesterday about the band’s uncertain future.

    If the band continues it will be a small miracle,‘ he told website

    ‘I think that the body of work in terms of released songs is 110 or 120 songs now,‘ he continued.

    ‘It is very rare that anyone will do that again, that any group coming from any scene will release five or six albums, because careers just don’t last that long.’

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    This comes weeks after rumours of a rift between Nadine and Cheryl, and just days after Nicola Roberts admitted that none of the girls had heard from Nadine in months.

    ‘If I’m really honest, we haven’t spoken to Nadine since we did the Coldplay gig at Wembley in September,’ she told Hello! Magazine.

    ‘I talked to the other girls about it no, none of us have heard from her.’

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