Nadine Coyle didn't diss Girls Aloud bandmates
Girls Aloud member Nadine Coyle has revealed that she didn't speak out against Girls Aloud after Heat magazine said she "wouldn't socialise" with her bandmates outside of work and doesn't really consider the other 4 singers to be her friends.
According to the celebrity gossip publication, the Irish songstress had told the interviewer that she sees her relationship with Cheryl Cole, Kimberley Walsh, Sarah Harding and Nicola Roberts as strictly professional and thinks of them as "colleagues" not girlfriends:
"They're not my friends. I don't speak to them or socialise with them. I have my own friends that I've grown up with and the girls are very much my colleagues. Are you friends with your workmates? I wouldn't socialise with them outside of work."
Upon hearing the news, Coyle took to her official Twitter account to deny the entire story as false and wrote: "Ps I did not "sit down exclusively with heat" to speak about anything."
Watch a recent interview with Coyle, along with a live performance, below:
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