Oh break our little hearts why don’t you Nadine Coyle.
The singer has come clean about her friendships with the rest of her former band, and revealed there never really were any.
She has claimed that there was a great ‘distance’ between her and the other girls, and that they didn’t used to talk before going on stage before a performance.
Speaking to the MailOnline, she said: ‘There was always a distance between us.
‘We all had our own dressing rooms and we’d just meet up to go on stage.’
She added that she and the backing dancers would spend time together as opposed to her and the rest of the group – made up of Cheryl Tweedy, Kimberley Walsh, Sarah Harding and Nicola Roberts.
‘A lot of the dancers were my friends from very early on,’ she said. ‘So I’d be going out and finding the local gay bar, which meant that we distanced ourselves.’
Nadine added that though this all sounds a bit grim, she didn’t have a terrible time of it.
‘If it had been horrendous I don’t think I’d have been able to do it. I’d have been like: “You’re all right, I’ll find another job, thank you.”‘
The band formed in 2002 on the TV show Popstars: The Rivals, but split in 2009 when Nadine decided to go solo.
She’s now said to be considering embarking on a greatest hits tour where she’ll be performing Girls Aloud songs.
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