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9 December 2012, 20:09
The 'Call The Shots' five-piece say it feels great to be accepted back into the music industry so easily.
Girls Aloud say it's an amazing feeling to fit back so easily into the music industry after taking a break from the group for the past three years.
The 'Something New' singers took to the stage at the O2 Arena tonight (9th December) to open the Capital FM Jingle Bell Ball 2012, and revealed that it feels "lovely" to be back together performing again.
"It just feels lovely," band member Nicola Roberts revealed to Capital FM at the Ball. "It's like when we took a break we were at our absolute happiest.
"We had just won the BRIT [award], the album was doing well, the single was doing well and we felt like just before we took a break we were so happy.
"[So] it's nice to come back and just fit back in again," she added. "We've worked really hard all year getting the music right, getting the visuals right.
"To come back and do well is just, for the fans, they've waited and been so patient for so long it's nice to know that they're happy about it."
View a picture of Girls Aloud performing live at the Jingle Bell Ball 2012 below (Credit: PA):
The Capital FM Jingle Bell Ball 2012 is still to see performances from the likes of Calvin Harris, The Wanted and Pink.
Keep your eyes and ears on the ball by visiting our special Jingle Bell Ball area as we come live from this year's event across the weekend.
You can see all the latest news, pictures, interviews and watch this year's performances on Capitalfm.com - follow the action in real time on our live blog.
Watch Girls Aloud talking to Capital about reuniting as a group below: