Girls Aloud's Nadine Coyle Says Split Was Not Her Decision: "I Couldn't Stop Them"

21 March 2013, 17:34

The 'Call The Shots' singer talks to fans on Twitter following the news of the break-up.

Girls Aloud singer Nadine Coyle has taken to Twitter to reveal that the group's decision to split was not her idea.

The 'Sound Of The Underground' stars released a statement after their final show in Liverpool last night (20th March) but the Irish singer admitted she wanted to keep going with the group.

"You should know by now I had no part in any of this split business," she wrote. "I couldn't stop them. I had the best time & want to keep going. Xxxx"

The five-piece were in tears as they brought their final show to a close with all members sharing an embrace on stage.

They were out partying in Manchester to celebrate the final night of their tour and also posted messages on their social networking accounts to thank their fans for all the support they've given during ten years together.

The band got back together in 2012 for a greatest hits album – which featured new songs 'Something New' and 'Beautiful 'Cause You Love Me'.

Their 20 date world tour kicked off in February – with two nights in Newcastle – as Cheryl debuted a new rose tattoo on her back.

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