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6:32 pm - 02/22/2013

Girls Aloud began their Ten Tour (plus, Nicola is racist)




They all have sensational figures and Girls Aloud decided to show off their shapes as they took to the stage on the first night of their reunion tour on Thursday.

After putting on an energetic spectacle full of dancing, bright lights and risque outfits, the girls closed the show in elegant red frocks.

After being brought back to the stage for an encore Nicola Roberts, Nadine Coyle, Sarah Harding, Kimberley Walsh and Cheryl Cole closed the concert in Newcastle in their classiest ensemble.

The band, who found fame on Popstars: The Rivals a decade ago performed their old hits as well as some new material recorded for their anniversary.

Something New, Jump and The Show were all on the set list and the girls finished off the performance with a rendition of The Promise.

The girls received a positive response from both their fans and critics.

Streetnortheast.com wrote: 'Opening the show with Sound of the Underground strapped to a huge, sparkling Girls Aloud sign which was hanging from the rafters, these lovely ladies gave us die-hard fans a night to remember.

'Nicola was the surprise of the evening, often over looked and known as the ‘ugly one’ she was simply stunning and vocally at the top of her game.'

Chronicle Live said: 'Cheryl, Kimberley, Nicola, Sarah and Nadine took us through nearly two hours of non-stop hits with a catalogue of songs proving why they have been such great ambassadors of British pop.'

Despite the amazing performance it was Cheryl who stole the show once again thanks to her amazing outfits and brand new tattoo.

The local girl used the concert to public display her new artwork for the first time as she had her old lower back tattoo covered up with a couple of huge roses.


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wigsnatcher 22nd-Feb-2013 10:33 pm (UTC)
do you think the costume designer put her in it or she chose her costume?
sweet_honesty 23rd-Feb-2013 02:49 am (UTC)
She was probably just given it. These musicians typically don't pick out what they wear, especially a group like them. I'm waiting to hear her response, though. If she defends it, I'm going to be pretty disappointed.
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