Belfast Telegraph

Tuesday 29 July 2014

Girls Aloud hit Belfast - Nadine, Cheryl, Kimberley, Nicola and Sarah raise the roof at the Odyssey

A heady cocktail of pop, glamour and adoration gripped Belfast for the long-awaited return of Girls Aloud.

Derry teenagers Siopha Gallagher, Lisa Kelly, Meghan Chambers and Caiomhe Toland, first in the queue for the Girls Aloud concert tickets which went on sale this morning at the Millennium Forum in Derry. 15-07-06.
Derry teenagers Siopha Gallagher, Lisa Kelly, Meghan Chambers and Caiomhe Toland, first in the queue for the Girls Aloud concert tickets which went on sale this morning at the Millennium Forum in Derry. 15-07-06.
Northern Ireland- 7th December 2012 Mandatory Credit - Photo-Jonathan Porter/Presseye.  JLS, Girls Aloud and Mrs Brown tickets go on sale at Ticketmaster in Belfast City Centre.  People pictured queuing up for the tickets.  Left to right.  Patricia Roach and Amy McCord.
Northern Ireland- 7th December 2012 Mandatory Credit - Photo-Jonathan Porter/Presseye. JLS, Girls Aloud and Mrs Brown tickets go on sale at Ticketmaster in Belfast City Centre. People pictured queuing up for the tickets. Left to right. Patricia Roach and Amy McCord.
Pop band "Girls Aloud"
Pop band "Girls Aloud"

Devoted fans queued in their hundreds outside the Odyssey Arena as Girls Aloud rolled in to town for the first of two dates in Belfast

It’s been three years since Girls Aloud — Londonderry’s Nadine Coyle, Cheryl Cole, Kimberley Walsh, Nicola Roberts and Sarah Harding — performed in Northern Ireland.

And the excitement among their die-hard fans was palpable as the doors opened for the Belfast leg of the tour to mark their decade in business.

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