Cheryl Cole Reunites With Girls Aloud At London O2 Arena Gig

8 October 2012, 15:31 | Updated: 8 October 2012, 15:33

The 'Under The Sun' singer is watched by the girl group as she plays huge 'A Million Lights' UK tour date.

Cheryl Cole enjoyed a reunion with her Girls Aloud band mates as she played the London date of her 'A Million Lights' UK tour last night (7th October).

The 'Call My Name' star delighted fans at the O2 Arena with a career-spanning solo performance, which included a medley of the girl group's hits.

The star was also joined on stage by Wretch 32 and Black Eyed Peas star during the much-anticipated concert, which formed part of her ongoing tour.

Cheryl was watched from the stands by Kimberley Walsh, Nicola Roberts and Nadine Coyle – Sarah Harding was the only member of the five-piece who was not present at the show.

The 'Under The Sun' star was in high spirits after her performance in London, telling her Twitter followers: "LONDON THE ROOF WAS ON FIRE !!!!!!!!!!! #ProudSoldier."

After the gig, Cheryl was spotted wearing a revealing black dress as she attended her after show party at Cipriani in Central London.

The singer was accompanied by her boyfriend Tre Holloway, while and The X Factor judge Nizole Scherzinger were also spotted together. and Nicole Scherzinger leave Cheryl Cole's after party together: (picture: Goff Photos)

Cheryl revealed during a recent interview with Capital FM that Girls Aloud will definitely be celebrating their 10th anniversary later this year and revealed details about one of their songs.

Responding to recent comments from Amelia Lily who admitted the songs she had heard were "awesome" the 'Parachute' star confirmed the description.

Cheryl Cole sits on top of one of her backing dancers at the London date of her UK tour: (picture: Xposure):

"They are," she admitted.

When asked if she could reveal any lyrics from the new material the band are currently working on, she smiled and said: "I just wanna dance," hinting that this could be the title of a new track from the five-piece.