Girls Aloud To Represent UK At Eurovision Song Contest 2013?
18 January 2013, 09:15 | Updated: 18 January 2013, 09:40
The 'Call The Shots' five-piece are the latest stars linked to the popular European song competition.
Girls Aloud are rumoured to be in the running to represent the UK at this year's Eurovision Song Contest.
The 'Something New' five-piece are at the centre of rumours today (18th January) that they will be announced as the 2013 UK representatives for this year's show in Sweden.
According to Pop B***h, the UK girl band are expected to team up with Cheryl Cole's longtime mentor and producer will.i.am for a brand new song as their entry on the show, which takes place at Malmo in Sweden this May.
Neither Girls Aloud themselves nor the Eurovision Song Contest have made any comment about the band's potential involvement.
Cheryl, Nicola Roberts, Nadine Coyle, Sarah Harding and Kimberley Walsh reunited at the end of 2012 after a three year hiatus and released a greatest hits collection called 'Ten - The Hits' to mark the occasion.
Check out a picture of Girls Aloud at their reunion press conference in late 2012 below:
The girl band have also been opening up about their most romantic moments in a new interview this week to help promote Pandora's new jewellery promotion.
"One of the nicest romantic moments for me was when my boyfriend surprised me with two puppies," Nicola recalled. "My whole heart melted on the floor.
"[My boyfriend] surprised me by giving me a jigsaw and I had to make up the jigsaw to see where I was going," Kimberley also recalled. "It was a really nice picture of Venice. I'd been saying that I wanted to go for ages."
In recent years the UK has been represented at the Eurovision Song Contest by both Englebert Humperdink (2012) and boy band Blue (2011).
Girls Aloud will kick off their 'Ten' reunion tour with a show in Newcastle's Metro Radio Arena on 21st February.