Girls Aloud Talk Relationships With Their Mums Ahead Of Mother's Day - Video
8 March 2013, 16:31
The 'Call The Shots' girl band have spoken about their close relationships with their mothers.
Girls Aloud have opened up about their relationships with their mums just days before Mother's Day this weekend (10th March).
The 'Something New' five-piece have been taking their 'Ten' reunion tour across the country over the past few weeks, but took time to record a promo with Pandora to talk about how much they each value their mums.
"I think when you think of the word 'mother', you think of everything that is a good feeling," Cheryl explains in the new video clip. "Safe, supported, cherished, the most beautiful things.
"I have the most amazing relationship with my mother and she's been more like a friend to me over the years than a mother and a daughter, so I also see her as a best friend," the 'Under The Sun' star explained. "She's everything."
Cheryl's bandmate Nadine Coyle has also praised her own mother and their "special friendship" together, admitting they are more like best mates than family.
"Me and my mum have such a good relationship," the girl band star explained. "It's such a special friendship, it's like best friends.
"I would do everything with my mum, she's great," Nadine added.
Check out a picture of Girls Aloud during their 2013 'Ten' reunion tour below (Credit: Getty):
Girls Aloud are set to release a DVD collection of their tenth anniversary concert after the tour wraps up in the coming weeks.
Watch a video of Girls Aloud talking about their mums for Mother's Day below:
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