Brit-Pop belle’s Girls Aloud are back and in full promo mode for their new greatest hits collection ‘Ten’.
Nadine Coyle, Cheryl Cole were bestowed the honor of performing for the Queen of England at the 2012 Royal Variety Performance, serving up a rousing rendition of their 2009 smash ‘The Promise’.
Watch the ladies light up London’s Royal Albert Hall below…
Yes, most of the ladies boast voices smaller than their waists, yet three years on the song still goes hard. Nadine and her adlibs were once again sublime and served as the glue for the whole performance.
Girls Aloud’s retrospective set, ‘Ten’, and new single ‘Something New’ are both out…now.
Nadine AND Sarah >>
Sarah never gets enough credit. She’s fantastic!
Thank god for Nadine, they’d be f***** without her
Sarah was the one who did most of the adlibs, especially at the end. she did great.
but my fave GA stays Nicola. girls needs to release another solo album, she is the most unique of the five.
all girls looked stunning
Cheryl vocals sound quite solid for once here…, for someone normally so hidden under production and auto-tune it’s really only on GA performances that you get to hear what she really sounds like…, clearly no power-house but she actually has an alright voice when she puts the work in.
Queen Nadine and her 4 subjects!
I’m pleasantly surprised , they were pretty good