Girls Aloud's split is coming true through each member's confession of what they will do afterwards.
Post the announcement of their split in September 2006, Girls Aloud are planning their new future. Each of them has a rough picture of what they will do in the next few years. A source said, "The band will finish this year and all the girls are focusing on what they want to do next."
After Arctic Monkeys' frontman Alex Turner joked that he will get Sarah Harding to replace him, Sarah stated that she would go for acting. Nadine Coyle will pursue the same field despite the rumor that her lover Jesse Metcalfe wanted her to settle down with him.
Kimberly Walsh and Nicola Roberts meanwhile, will stay off from the gleaming light of entertainment by moving to business world. The remaining member, Cheryl Cole sticks true to her root as a singer and will launch her solo career soon.
Before they go separate ways, the band still owes "The Sound of Girls Aloud: The Greatest Hits Tour" that kicks off May 14 in Metro Radio Arena Newcastle and ends June 9 in Plymouth. The tickets went on sale in November 2006 and most of the gigs are sold outs.