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Louis Walsh still singing praises of Girls Aloud's Nadine

By Staff Reporter

Irish pop impresario Louis Walsh has revealed he always thought Londonderry's Nadine Coyle had the best voice in Girls Aloud - and that the other band members were upset by his view.

Walsh (65) - who managed a welter of big name bands including Westlife and Boyzone, as well as Girls Aloud - told the Irish Times: "I said (Nadine) had the best voice and the other girls hated me for it.

"It didn't work out."

The pop svengali also felt it was time for a Girls Aloud reunion.

"They'd do really, really well.

"If Bananarama could do it, why can't Girls Aloud do it?" former X Factor judge Walsh also told The Sun newspaper.

But he won't be managing the comeback. "Girls are too much trouble," he said.

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