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22 July 2012, 10:22
The 'Sound Of The Underground' stars are preparing to mark their tenth year as a girl band.
Girls Aloud will reportedly headline the Royal Variety Performance later this year and are rumoured to have agreed to film an ITV1 primetime documentary following their reunion as a girl band.
The 'Call The Shots' singers will celebrate their tenth anniversary later this year, after their originally formed on Pop Stars: The Rivals back in 2002, and all five girls have admitted they want to mark the occasion with some special plans.
The Daily Star On Sunday reports that Girls Aloud will perform at the Royal Variety show at the Royal Albert Hall this November (19th), while a 75-minute documentary following the weeks leading up to their big reunion has also been commission.
"Being asked to perform the Royal Variety Show is massive for the band," a source told the paper this weekend. "So it's a major scoop for the girls' comeback to be added to the bill."
The new Girls Aloud documentary is also expected to feature new interviews with the girl, as they reunite for the first time since 2009.
Check out a picture of Girls Aloud performing live below:
Band member Sarah Harding recently claimed the group are still unsure of how to mark their tenth anniversary, but are keen to celebrate with either a tour or a new release.
The X Factor 2011 runner-up Amelia Lily recently sparked speculation about new Girls Aloud music, after revealing she had heard some of the band's new songs during a recording session with their regular collaborator Xenomania.
Girls Aloud have released five albums over the course of their ten year career, with the most recently being their 2008 hit record 'Out Of Control'.