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LONDON (AP) - Girls Aloud are back together and hitting the road.
The British five-part girl group announced at a London news conference Friday they are reuniting for a tour starting in February.
Cheryl Cole, Nicola Roberts, Kimberley Walsh, Sarah Harding and Nadine Coyle were put together 10 years ago on U.K. reality show “Popstars: The Rivals.”
The tour, a greatest hits album called “Ten” and single “Something New”_ out Nov. 18 _ is to mark their decade in the business.
Recently the stars have worked separately on fashion, stage and screen projects.
Cole says getting back together feels “really normal, like nothing changed, like we didn’t take three years away.”
The “Girls Aloud Ten” tour kicks off in Newcastle Feb. 21.
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