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Girls Aloud's longevity praised

Girls Aloud's longevity has been praised by producer Pete Waterman.

The British band - comprising Cheryl Cole, Kimberley Walsh, Nadine Coyle, Nicola Roberts and Sarah Harding - recently reformed after a three-hiatus to celebrate 10 years in the music industry.

Waterman - who served as a judge on 'Popstars: The Rivals' when the girl group was formed - has gushed about their impressive success in the charts.

He told the Daily Star: "It's amazing how they've been worked. Brilliant. From a show that everyone tells me was a piece of garbage, we had number one, number one and number three in the Christmas charts and one of the acts is still around ten years later.

He jokingly added: "But we didn't know what we were doing."

The TV panel also consisted of Geri Halliwell and Louis Walsh.

 

 

 

Watch Girls Aloud perform on Radio One's Live Lounge here: