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10 October 2012, 15:02
The 'Sound Of The Underground' singer says she hopes the group will always stay together in some form.
Girls Aloud's Nadine Coyle says she "never ever" wants the band to break up, just one day it the band announced their official comeback with a ten-day countdown.
The 'Promise' singers are expected to make a big announcement in nine days time, after announcing their return with a brand new Twitter profile yesterday (9th October), just in time to mark their ten year anniversary together.
Band member Nadine says she has "serious excitement" after the news was released and promises that she wants the girl group to always stay together in some form or another.
"2 hrs in. How are you all feeling now?" Nadine tweeted yesterday. "I have serious excitement that has taken over since last night!
"Wow wow wow! Farewells? Tears? What? No way this is a happy day!" Nadine later posted, before adding: "I never ever ever want @GirlsAloud to break up! Ever! Xxx ever!"
The 'Sound Of The Underground' five-piece, which consists of Nadine, Kimberley Walsh, Sarah Harding, Nicola Roberts and 'Call My Name' singer Cheryl Cole, took a three year hiatus in 2009 after the release of their last record' Out Of Control'.
Check out a picture of Girls Aloud star Nadine Coyle below (Credit: Splash):
Earlier this month Girls Aloud were rumoured to have been filming a brand new music video together, and their announcement is believed to be anything from a new single announcement to a whole new tour.
Girls Aloud all attended Cheryl's solo gig at London's O2 Arena over the weekend, although Sarah was forced to miss the event, which featured a medley section of some of their biggest songs.