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Girls Aloud will get back together and record more albums - that's what Cheryl Cole is saying anyway.
The highly successful group, Cheryl, Nadine Coyle, Sarah Harding, Nicola Roberts and Kimberly Walsh - took a break last September.
But Cheryl who's gone on to enjoy solo success and a great time on The X-Factor says they have to get back together.
"We have a three album deal with the record label - we signed it before we took a break. I actually think this break is really important for us as people. Forget artists and whatever we're doing as that, just for us as women."
The big question mark surrounds Nadine who's moved to LA and is about to release her first solo album. Cheryl says it's "sad" that she's given up on the idea of a reunion.
Cheryl's new single 'Promise This' is out on Sunday