Hot girl band Girls Aloud shut down rumored internal fight by working on new album which will be released on Christmas.
British girl group Girls Aloud have blasted rumor saying that they have been in a dispute. Instead, the group which consists of Cheryl Cole, Sarah Harding, Nicola Roberts, Kimberley Walsh, and Nadine Coyle, have reportedly worked on their fifth album, not-yet-titled.
According to a source, these girls have difficulty in deciding which single will be their first track in the album. This happens because they want the single to be a huge success just as their previous ones. In an interview, the source said, "The girls are really excited about this one. They think it's their best album yet. The last was their most successful so far and that has given them the drive to keep going. They have spent more time recording this one than they have in the past because they want to get it right."
On other news, the girls will perform in front of their army of fans at majestic Elton Hall on August 16 in a village just outside Peterborough. Event manager of the concert Chris Bailey said, "We are delighted to have secured the girls for one of the very few outdoor dates they are playing this summer. Elton Hall is a picturesque setting for a picnic-style show, and I know that the fans will have a great time there. "
Aside from the still-available ticket for adult, they also provide discounted tickets for youngsters under twelve. Meanwhile, fans under five year old will get the tickets for free.
Beside performing in Peterborough, the group will also sing in Battle Abbey concerts on Saturday, August 23. Their performance will be supported by pop singer Simon Webbe.
The group were formed in November 2002 after winning a talent show "Popstars: The Rivals". Since then, they have released four studio albums. Their latest album was released in November 2007 titled "Tangled Up". In January 2008, the album was certified Platinum due to its remarkable selling point.
Now, it is reported that their upcoming album will hit the stores on Christmas. Meanwhile, their first track will be out in October.