Girls Aloud are reportedly lined up to sing at this year’s Royal Variety Performance, which is held next month.
It will be the second big show for the Girls since they reunited – as they’re set to perform their new track Something New on Children In Need, also in November.
A source told The Daily Star: “Being asked to perform at the Royal Variety Show is massive for the band. They performed in 2004 when they were at the height of their fame so it’s fitting that they would return eight years late.
“It will be one of the Queen’s final engagements of a year which will have seen her Diamond Jubilee and the Olympics. So it’s a major scoop for the girls’ comeback to be added to the bill.”
The show will be held at the Royal Albert Hall on 19 November. Meanwhile, a special documentary talking about the Girls’ reunion will be shown on 2 December, and will include footage of Cheryl Cole, Nadine Coyle, Kimberley Walsh, Nicola Roberts and Sarah Harding rehearsing for the event.
The source added: “The weeks leading up to the big night will be captured in the documentary, which was given the green light by producers last month. The programme will also look at the group’s rise to fame, their domination of the charts and their solo careers. It will also have new interviews with all five members.”
We can’t WAIT.
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