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14 October 2012, 08:12 | Updated: 14 October 2012, 08:23
The 'Call My Name' star hints in autobiography that second greatest hits album will be the group's last release.
Cheryl Cole has hinted that Girls Aloud's upcoming reunion tour will probably mark the last thing the girl group do together.
Earlier this week, Girls Aloud triggered a ten day countdown to their comeback, which is due to end this coming Friday (19th October).
Although their plans have yet to be confirmed, in her new book Cheryl: My Story the 'Under The Sun' star reveals that they will release a greatest hits album and embark on a tour together.
"We'll be working on a tour and greatest hits album. Then I think that’s it for Girls Aloud," Cheyrl writes. "We've achieved more than any of us ever dared to dream of."
During an interview with Alan Carr: Chatty Man this week, Cheryl admitted that the girl group were due to have confirmed their reunion plans before she released her autobiography.
"The book was supposed to come out after we said something, so to put it quite frankly I've dropped myself in the sh*t," she said.
Girls Aloud's upcoming reunion will celebrate their tenth anniversary together since winning their position in the group on Popstars: The Rivals.
Band member Nadine said this week she had "serious excitement" after the news was released and promised that she wants the girl group to always stay together in some form or another.
During an interview with Capital FM earlier this year, Cheryl hinted that Girls Aloud's greatest hits album could feature new songs.