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2 May 2012, 06:46
The 'Call My Name' star tells Capital the girls are planning their tenth anniversary celebrations.
Cheryl Cole has confirmed that Girls Aloud are planning something to mark their tenth anniversary.
The 'Call My Name' star told Capital FM fans could expect an announcement "very soon", but wouldn't be drawn on what the reunion will entail.
Cheryl's comments follow her recent meeting with the rest of the band, where it was reported that they were discussing how best to celebrate the anniversary.
"We had lots of conversations and we drank lots of cups of tea and we all said we want to do something for our tenth birthday," Cheryl told Capital.
Meanwhile, Cheryl is due to release her new solo single 'Call My Name' in June.
The track is the first single to be taken from her third solo album 'A Million Lights', which is due to be released on 18th June.
Cheryl also confirmed to Capital this week that one of her favourite tracks on the album was her collaboration with Will.i.am.
Listen to Cheryl talking about the Girls Aloud reunion with James Barr below: