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22 March 2013, 08:59
The 'Call The Shots' stars are also said to have only decided to confirm the split at the last minute.
Girls Aloud reportedly only made the final decision to split earlier this week, amid rumours the break-up was due to some of the girls wanted to move on and start a family.
The 'Something New' five-piece announced this week they have decided to part ways after ten years together and broke the news to fans on Twitter just hours after the final night of their 'Ten' UK tour in Liverpool (20th March).
Fresh reports claim the girls had only decided to go ahead with the break-up this week, after worrying that once they all settle down they won't want to keep on touring together.
"They feel now is the right time to bail out," a source told The Sun in the wake of the news. "They know they can't be on tour and wearing the outfits they wear on stage when they're mothers."
Check out a picture of Girls Aloud embracing after the final night of their 'Ten' tour below (Credit: WENN):
After announcing their break-up Cheryl Cole, Kimberley Walsh, Nadine Coyle, Sarah Harding and Nicola Roberts partied at a night club in Manchester to mark the occasion, alleged to have spent an estimated £15,000 on alcohol over the course of the evening, and ended the night back at their hotel bar until the early hours of Thursday (21st March).
Band member Nadine caused controversy yesterday when she tweeted to say she had no part in deciding on the break-up and would have loved the girl band to keep on going as a group.
Girls Aloud will release a collection of all their studio albums and B-sides on 13th May to commemorate their ten years together.