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Nadine Coyle says the rest of Girls Aloud didn't like her because she got to sing more lines

Well that’s awkward.

WE CAN ALL admit that when Girls Aloud were still together and touring, the world was simply a much better place.

Oh, for it to be 2012 all over again.

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Much like every other girl band that has ever existed, rumours were rife that Cheryl, Sarah, Nicola and Kimberley weren’t the biggest fans of Nadine Coyle because she got more lines than them to sing.

Well, it turns out the rumours were true and they were confirmed by Nadine herself when she was speaking to inews.

A thing that did cause stress in the band was the fact that I was given more lines and the girls didn’t like Brian [Higgins] as a result of it.”

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Nadine pointed out that she never let it get to her though which is something I guess.

They didn’t like the label as a result of it, and they didn’t like me as a result of it. So it was just circumstances which were out of my control: I didn’t decide who sang what. But I love my life and I just get on with it.”

Fair enough

The big question though is whether or not we’re going to get a reunion. Nadine admitted that she hasn’t seen any of the other girls since their last tour ended. That being said, she didn’t exactly rule out the possibility of a reunion either.

It may happen. The answer is always the same: if everything comes together, then yes, I’m a huge supporter of Girls Aloud. I’d never say never to us coming back together.”

We’ll just be here, waiting, praying and hoping.

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