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Nadine Coyle 'shunned' by Girls Aloud
Nadine Coyle is being shunned by Girls Aloud.
The British chart-toppers - who are rumoured to be reforming after a year-long hiatus without the Irish singer - are said to be leaving their Los Angeles-based bandmate out of all talks about the band's future and as a result, she won't be moving back to the UK.
Nadine's father Niall told heat magazine: "When the rest of the girls are in town, they don't contact Nadine. You can understand why she may feel left out. They know where she is and don't call.
"I'm not saying she will never go back to Girls Aloud but her life is here now as are her friends, family and her future. She won't be moving back to the UK. Why would she?"
Meanwhile, an insider admitted the girls - Cheryl Cole, Kimberley Walsh, Sarah Harding and Nicola Roberts - "have their differences" with Nadine and have found it a struggle to maintain their former friendship with the Irish beauty since she moved to Los Angeles last year.
The source told the Daily Mirror newspaper: "It's no secret the rest of the group have their differences with Nadine. She leads a totally different lifestyle to the other ladies and they are time zones apart. Any friendship would be hard to maintain.
"Girls Aloud are still very much a five-piece but Nicola, Cheryl, Sarah and Kimberley are all big personalities in their own right and could work as a quartet. Nothing will happen this year but it's a case of watch this space for 2011."Posted on 11 Aug 2010 10:00 to category : Band / Celebrity News
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