Cheryl Cole tells Jonathan Ross Girls Aloud could reform BEFORE Christmas and says she’s spoken to Ashley Cole about autobiography
Cheryl has revealed that Girls Aloud fans may not have long to wait for the band’s big reunion.
The former X Factor judge recorded an interview for The Jonathan Ross Show earlier this week and told the TV host that she, Nadine Coyle, Kimberley Walsh, Sarah Harding and Nicola Roberts could be back together as soon as Christmas 2012.
The band started out on ITV1 talent show Popstars The Rivals in 2002 and after a bit of a hiatus, are planning a comeback to celebrate ten years since they were formed.
“It’s crazy because it’s ten years since we formed so we’re going to celebrate that,” Cheryl said.
When asked if the five of them will be seen back together, Cheryl replied confidently, “Very soon. It could be before Christmas.”
The former X Factor judge also opened up about her new autobiography and her current relationship with Ashley Cole.
“I don’t talk a lot. I’m just sick of other people’s shit to be perfectly honest so I wanted to say my own shit.”
But will there be bombshells?
“It’s just honest. The truth from my perspective,” she said.
Cheryl did confess that she has warned her ex-husband, Ashley Cole, about her forthcoming book. She revealed:
“I didn’t have to but I let him know it was happening,” says Cheryl. She then told Jonathan that they are on speaking terms but when Jonathan asks whether Ashley asked for any changes Cheryl responded saying:
“It wouldn’t have mattered if he did, to be quite honest, I just thought it would be nice that I gave him the heads up so he can leave the country two weeks before.”