Coyle: 'Second Jobs Keep Girls Aloud Together'
Girls Aloud star Nadine Coyle has revealed the secret to the group sticking together - they all enjoy different ventures away from the band.
Rumours have abounded in recent years that the girlband - formed in 2002 through U.K. talent show Popstars: The Rivals - is on the verge of splitting.
But Coyle has vehemently denied the reports, insisting that the girls' "second jobs" help keep the group together.
Cheryl Cole is part of the judging panel on Britain's TV talent show The X Factor; Nicola Roberts has developed her own make-up line for pale skin, and Coyle has a string of properties and business ventures to her name.
She says, I like to have loads of things going on at the same time. We can do whatever we want as well as being in Girls Aloud. We can always come back to the band.
After every album and every tour people say its the last one. But we've been doing this for six years and now we're doing another tour. I would say there will probably be another album.