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Cheryl Cole eager for Girls return
Cheryl Cole can't wait to reunite with Girls Aloud.
The 26-year-old beauty - who has had a UK number one single and album since the girl band took a break last year - is "excited" at the prospect of working with her bandmates again.
She said: "I think it will be exciting. It will feel like we were never apart. But I see them all the time, and when I haven't seen them I hear from them a lot, too."
Cheryl is so close to the group - which also consists of Nadine Coyle, Nicole Roberts, Sarah Harding and Kimberly Walsh - she regards them as her best friends.
She told New! magazine: "They are my best friends. Not in a cheesy way, but you can tell how close we are by the length of our career - knowing them from being a 19-year-old teenager to a 26-year-old woman."
However, the 'Fight For This Love' singer says she's currently concentrating on promoting her debut solo album, '3 Words', because she wants it to be a worldwide smash.
She added: "Well, with this solo album it's like I've started all over again, so I've got new dreams of this album succeeding all over the world. But I'm more than grateful for what I've achieved. I'm also happy and proud of myself for those achievements."Posted on 16 Feb 2010 07:30 to category : Band / Celebrity News
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