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Friday 28 November 2014

Nicola: I hated being TV judge

Nicola Roberts has no desire to be a TV judge
Nicola Roberts has no desire to be a TV judge

Nicola Roberts has revealed she could never be a TV judge like Girls Aloud bandmate Cheryl Cole.

The singer and fashion lover once did some guest judging on a reality show and hated it, so she won't be helping out with The X Factor any time soon.

Nicole told Company magazine: "I did a bit of judging for Britain's Next Top Model and I hated it. I could see the girls getting upset and I remembered what it was like when I was in their position.

"You can't be b****y or flippant - I find it difficult to criticise, I mean, who am I to judge?

"No, that's Cheryl's job."

The 25-year-old singer said that while Girls Aloud have no plans to record together again in the near future, she sees bandmates Cheryl and Kimberly Walsh as much as she can.

She said: "Cheryl and Kimberley are like my sisters. But we don't get to see Sarah as much as we'd like because she lives in Buckinghamshire. As soon as we're together, it's like we've never been apart.

"We'll have a night in dressed in trackies or PJs, with rubbish hair and no make-up. We stock up on oven chips, chicken nuggets, olives and sweets, and put on EastEnders, which we then just talk over all night!"

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