"All is forgiven between Nadine and the rest of the band. It"s all water under the bridge. They"re excited they"re going to be making a fresh start together on this next adventure of their lives. In six months time it"ll be back to work as normal – they are itching to get back in the studio," Daily Mirror quoted a source as saying.
The band had earlier worked with Xeomania, the British songwriting and production team, but this time, they will count on their personal experiences for the album.
“At the moment the Girls are really excited about their new beginning, although they are scratching their heads over who will create signature hits for them. They are all grown women now. Cheryl has been through a lot worse than US X Factor. She"s survived a marriage breakdown and almost died of malaria. She"s made of tougher stuff. In fact, they have all got so much more experience between them now. They have all been through so much and come out fighting – and they will reflect this in their tracks," the source added.
British all-girls band Girls Aloud are getting back together again. Surprisingly, Nadine Coyle, who first left the band for her solo career and business venture, took the initiative to bring the band members together. She first patched up with Cheryl Cole after her break up with fiance Jason Bell and then got in touch with other members Sarah Harding, Nicola Roberts and Kimberley Walsh.