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14 August 2012, 14:16
The girl band stars also threw Usain Bolt's trademark victory pose during a girls night out together.
Girls Aloud stars Cheryl Cole and Kimberley Walsh have showed they are still feeling the London 2012 spirit, after posting a picture of themselves posing like some of the Olympic Games' biggest stars.
The 'Call The Shots' stars were out for a girls night in the UK capital this week when Kimberley posted several shots of them pulling Jamaican sprinter Usain Bolt's trademark lightning bolt pose as well as Team GB gold medal winner Mo Farah's signature, the 'Mobot'.
Both stars have been vocally supportive of the Team GB Olympics effort over the past two weeks and have regularly tweeted about the high profile sporting event, that saw Britain eventually come in third in the medal table behind the USA and China.
Check out a picture of Girls Aloud's Cheryl Cole and Kimberley Walsh pulling the 'Mobot' below (Credit: Twitter):
Cheryl notably supported British diver Tom Daley in his bid for Olympic gold, and sent the 18 year-old diving prodigy a message of congratulations after he won bronze in the mens 10m diving final, as well as joking with him about getting some diving lessons.
The London 2012 Olympic Games wrapped on Sunday (12th August) with a closing ceremony featuring a host of live performances from the likes of One Direction, Ed Sheeran, Jessie J, Tinie Tempah and Queen.
View the Girls Aloud stars throwing Usain Bolt's trademark lightning bolt pose below (Credit: Twitter):
Girls Aloud are rumoured to be making a comeback later this year to celebrate their tenth anniversary, and DJ Fresh confirmed this week that he has been in the recording studio with them working on new material.