Girls Aloud have confirmed their return to music by re-launching their official website which gives a countdown of 10 days.
Leading up to what will be the popstars' 10th anniversary together, the official website now has a countdown clock revealing the days, hours, minutes and seconds until the girls re-launch.
At the moment, it is unsure to what extent the ‘Love Machine’ singers will be returning. Rumours of Ten being the name of their comeback album are circulating fansites as well as other rumours that the girls will record another charity single for Children in Need again.
Girls Aloud released a charity single back in 2004, a cover of the Pretender’s ‘I’ll Stand By You’ which reached number one in the UK Singles Chart.
The Mirror reported last week that the band have already recorded a comeback single and “all five were together to film the video for their big return soon, which is due out next month”.
Girls Aloud member Kimberley Walsh is currently a contestant on BBC1's Strictly Come Dancing and the possibility that the band may make their comeback with an appearance on the show, is likely.
Girls Aloud were formed in 2002 after appearing as contestants on Popstars: The Rivals. They have released five albums together and had four UK number one singles, as well as their last album Out of Control, also reaching number one.