Girls Aloud Could Reform Without Cheryl Cole

The girl band could record a new album without Cheryl Cole.

Rumours have surfaced that Girls Aloud could reform to release a new album, without Cheryl Cole.

Speaking to Heat about the band’s 10th anniversary plans, a source said:

“The girls are very keen to reunite and start working on another album. Their main love is the band and they all feel ready to get back and start recording. But [LA-based] Cheryl can’t commit to that right now.

“They’re all very supportive of her, but they are concerned they could be left behind. They’re also worried they might be hanging around forever if they wait for Cheryl.

“Obviously it’s going to be very difficult without Cheryl, but they know they’ll do well with another album and Cheryl could even join them for the tour next year if she’s available. It makes sense and it doesn’t mean that she’d leave the band – she’d just be taking a break.”

Fans remain hopeful of a Girls Aloud UK tour, which could take place as well as the new album release to mark the band’s 10th anniversary.