The girls have received an offer, worth $1 million, from BBC to front their own TV show, to be called "An Audience With Girls Aloud," which will see them interviewing other celebrities.
Girls Aloud are making their way to invade the small screen. The all-girl group reportedly is in talks to host their own chat show for the BBC.
The British pop music act is said to have received an offer, worth more than $1 million, from the BBC to front their own TV show. The eight-part TV special is about to be called "An Audience With Girls Aloud," it has been claimed.
The show is said to see the band members; Cheryl Cole, Nadine Coyle, Sarah Harding, Nicola Roberts, and Kimberley Walsh, interviewing other celebrities.
Heat magazine broke the news and quoted a source as saying, "The girls are yet to sign, but they have all agreed to it. They would each be paid 20,000 pound sterling per show. The band is going strong and they all want to commit to it 100%."