Walsh: Girls Aloud's 10 years 'a huge achievement'

Walsh: Girls Aloud's 10 years 'a huge achievement'

Kimberley Walsh is excited about the Girls Aloud reunion.

Although the singer warns talks are in the early stages, she admitted the chance to appear on stage together with Cheryl Cole, Nadine Coyle, Sarah Harding and Nicola Roberts is an very exciting prospect.

She said: "I am really excited to get back with the girls and do some stuff. It's quite early stages so we are just talking about what will happen.

"It's exciting to be starting those discussions. It's been a while - three years - so we are excited to get back and do something to celebrate our 10 years together. That's a huge achievement for any band, especially a girl band."

Despite her excitement at reuniting with Girls Aloud, Kimberley is hugely proud of bandmate Cheryl's solo career, and loves her latest single 'Call My Name'.

She told HELLO! magazine: "I love it, it's an amazing track and it's a great comeback and she looks fantastic in the video.

"I'm really proud of her. It's like every time she comes back, she comes back stronger and that's what it's all about."

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