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11 March 2012, 09:59 | Updated: 11 March 2012, 10:11
The 'Love Machine' singers could be set to toast their 2013 reunion with a full record according to Kimberley Walsh.
Girls Aloud star Kimberley Walsh has confessed that the 2013 reunion of the girl group will very likely feature a new studio album.
The 'Sound Of The Underground' stars recently confirmed their plans to reunite next year after band mate Nadine Coyle stated they would be heading for an arena tour.
The singer also spoke about new music, with Kimberley now revealing that it might not just be a comeback single, but a full record.
She told the Daily Star: "Me and the girls are chatting about ideas right now. It's not definitely just a one-off single. That's what we are talking about at the minute.
"We will have to see what happens but I'm certainly not ruling out a studio album just yet. It will be the Girls Aloud sound but moving forward with a twist."
The reunion is set to mark ten years since their formation and a new album would be the first output from the girls since 'Out Of Control' in 2008.