Louis Walsh reveals Girls Aloud secrets: 'There were problems from day one'
'No Good Advice' hitmakers Girls Aloud enjoyed great success while they were together, but music mogul Louis Walsh has revealed that all was not as it seemed with the members' relationships.
Speaking to BBC Radio 2, Walsh explained there was a lot of tension between the girls and their bond wasn't anywhere near as strong as it seemed to the public:
“I didn’t give them a lot of my time but they didn’t give me time and they didn’t even like each other! It was problems from day one there. I contacted them as much as I could but they didn’t like each other.”
Walsh went onto add that the only member he thought had any vocal talent was Nadine Coyle: "It was never going to work because I said Nadine was the best singer and she was. She was the voice of Girls Aloud."
Last summer, singer Sarah Harding revealed that she rarely speaks to Nicola Roberts any more: "I perform with another all-girl band now because I miss Girls Aloud. Cheryl [Fernandez-Versini] and Kimberley [Walsh] are the only ones I've spoken to in the past few months. I saw Nadine [Coyle] and her baby last year but I haven't even heard from Nicola at all. She's not bothered, so god knows what's gone on."
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