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Wednesday 23 July 2014

Girls Aloud go quiet on Nadine Coyle's future

Girls Aloud member Nadine Coyle

Girls Aloud star Nadine Coyle has revealed only one of her bandmates has bothered to get in touch with her as she prepares to launch her solo career.

The Londonderry-born singer, whose debut single ‘Insatiable’ is released next month, said she had spoken to Nicola Roberts.

She said, in an interview in Hello!: “I was talking to Nicola. She said ‘Congratulations’, and ‘That's lovely'. It was really nice to hear from her. But I think everybody has been so busy. I've been finishing work so late, my eyes have been banging together.”

There have been rumours of a rift between Coyle and the other members after she moved out to Los Angeles and, in April, Roberts said the rest of the band had not spoken to Coyle for more than six months.

Coyle (25), who recently announced her engagement to American Football star Jason Bell, said she saw his proposal coming.

“Well, I sort of expected it. He was talking about it for a while, I knew he was dropping hints,” she said.

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