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10 December 2012, 10:55 | Updated: 10 December 2012, 10:59
The 'Call The Shots' singers said they were having conversations on stage as they couldn't believe the reaction.
Girls Aloud have told Capital that it was simply "amazing" to be back on stage for their first set in three years at the Jingle Bell Ball 2012.
The 'Sound Of The Underground' stars kicked off day two of the event last night (9th December) and said they wanted to do it all over again as soon as they arrived off stage.
"That was amazing for us to be back on stage again," revealed Nadine Coyle. "We were actually having conversations on stage, which is probably not the done thing, but I was like 'everyone's great here'."
The recently reformed five-piece opened their set with an explosive rendition of 'Something Kinda Ooooh' rising from a platform in the centre of the stage for the opening of the show, and agreed that Cheryl was key to getting the set underway.
"It was all a little bit rushed backstage and the next thing we knew we were on the rise in the centre crouched down and we couldn't hear a thing because of the pyro," said Nicola Roberts. "It was all good fun, Cheryl helped it together on her opening part."
The girls produced a hit-packed set with some of their new songs for the 16,000 strong inside London's O2 Arena.
Example, Rita Ora, Conor Maynard, The Wanted, Pink, and Calvin Harris were also on the line-up for day two.
Bruno Mars closed day one, following sets by One Direction, Lawson, Little Mix, Cheryl, JLS, The Script and Rizzle Kicks.
Listen to Girls Aloud speaking to Capital FM after their performance at the Jingle Bell Ball 2012 below:
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