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Cheryl argues with her Girls Aloud bandmates live on Radio 2 as a hilarious video shows Scott Mills struggling to regain control of a chaotic interview.

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Girls Aloud has insisted that

Girls Aloud have insisted that they “don’t do disagreements, just differences of opinion”, but things got very heated during a recent radio interview.

Cheryl, Nadine Coyle, Kimberley Walsh and Nicola Roberts appeared on Scott Mills’ Radio 2 show on Monday when discussing their upcoming reunion tour.

A video posted to BBC Radio 2’s Instagram page showed the interview descending into chaos after Scott innocently asked the band if they would perform. Some new covers on the tour.

Nicola was the first to respond, insisting: “I don’t think we have room”, only for Cheryl to intervene and tell Scott: “I’ve said it several times, people like it!”

Girls Aloud has insisted that

Girls Aloud have insisted that they “don’t do disagreements, just differences of opinion”, but things got very heated during a radio interview.

Cheryl, Nadine Coyle, Kimberley Walsh and Nicola Roberts appeared on Scott Mills' Radio 2 show on Monday when discussing their upcoming reunion tour.

Cheryl, Nadine Coyle, Kimberley Walsh and Nicola Roberts appeared on Scott Mills’ Radio 2 show on Monday when discussing their upcoming reunion tour.

Nadine, however, was on the opposite side and interrupted to say: “I was totally against it. I think we had as many Girls Aloud songs as we did our own. Why do we have to do it?’

“But we can just add a random cover, it’s fun!” Cheryl responded.

Scott hilariously told listeners: ‘You guys are coming together because there’s a slight disagreement with Girls Aloud about whether you should do covers or just the hits. We’ll be back after this…’

The video then continued as the girls continued talking to each other, with Scott explaining: ‘Girls Aloud are here and they’re still discussing whether they’re going to do a cover or just their hits. Have we already reached an agreement?

An exasperated Cheryl continued: “I’m not saying we shouldn’t do anything,” before pleading “guys” when she was interrupted again.

While mediating, Scott told Cheryl to talk, who explained, “I think we should do everything and… for three more minutes.”

‘But how long does the show last? Five hours?’ Scott noted, prompting Nadine to declare ‘exactly!’

“We’re going to have to raise our hands again,” Scott joked.

A video posted to BBC Radio 2's Instagram page showed the interview descending into chaos after Scott innocently asked the band if they would be playing some new covers on the tour.

Nicola was the first to respond, insisting:

A video posted to BBC Radio 2’s Instagram page showed the interview descending into chaos after Scott innocently asked the band if they would be playing some new covers on the tour.

Scott hilariously told listeners:

Scott hilariously told listeners, “Join in because there’s a slight disagreement with Girls Aloud about whether they should do covers or just the hits.”

Nadine was on the opposite side of Cheryl and interrupted to say: “I was totally against it. It's like we have as many Girls Aloud songs as we have our own.

Nadine was on the opposite side of Cheryl and interrupted to say: “I was totally against it. It’s like we have as many Girls Aloud songs as we have our own.

The band has been sharing their own funny memes and videos to promote their tour, and their latest post on Monday pokes fun at their repeated insistence that they would never get back together.

The group recreated a viral meme from the 2019 Golden Globes, when Lady Gaga was shown how her red carpet dress looked eerily similar to a Judy Garland look in Star Is Born.

The post was captioned with a previous quote from Cheryl, who said: “There won’t be a reunion though.”

Then he imitated the words: ‘Oh, look… you know what? I didn’t… I… we didn’t say that, no, but it sounds a lot like that, doesn’t it? while his bandmates awkwardly looked around him.

The post was captioned: “So…yeah anyway…See you at #TheGirlsAloudShow next month.”

The band has been sharing their own funny memes and videos to promote their tour, and their latest post on Monday pokes fun at their repeated insistence that they would never get back together.

The band has been sharing their own funny memes and videos to promote their tour, and their latest post on Monday pokes fun at their repeated insistence that they would never get back together.

Cheryl had first ruled out the possibility of a Girls Aloud reunion while the group was still together, uttering the quote in her documentary series Off The Record in 2006.

She said: “There will be no reunions, can you imagine someone in their 30s singing I’m just a Love Machine?”

Girls Aloud will begin their reunion tour next month, after confirming rumors that they would get back together last year, marking 21 years since their formation.

Announcing the tour in November, the quartet revealed that the group has not recorded new music but just wants to celebrate their back catalogue.

Girls Aloud will begin their reunion tour next month, after confirming rumors that they were getting back together last year.

Girls Aloud will begin their reunion tour next month, after confirming rumors that they were getting back together last year.

Cheryl revealed they had been discussing plans for some time but put the idea on ice when Sarah Harding, who died in September 2021, was diagnosed with cancer.

She said in a statement: “We all started talking about the possibility of doing something to celebrate Girls Aloud’s 20th anniversary a few years ago. The anniversary seemed like an obvious thing we would celebrate.

‘But when Sarah became ill, all priorities changed. She passed away a year before her anniversary and she just didn’t seem right to me, she seemed too soon to me.”

The group plans to use the tour to “celebrate” their late friend.

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