Thursday, 19 February 2009

Girls Aloud say: We'll never split

Golden Girls Aloud have defied their critics after winning their first Brit Award and saying: 'we're never, ever gonna split up. This is just the beginning.'The manufactured pop act won the best British single gong at last night's glitzy ceremony for their song 'The Promise.'Afterwards singer Nadine Coyle, 23, told 'It's amazing because it caps everything for us. 'We have always planned ahead all the way throughout our careers and tonight we were finally rewarded.'There is so much more to do and I feel a buzz now more than ever before.' But it didn't take long for the long standing cracks in the band's relationships to show as Cheryl Cole left early with husband Ashley. The footballer had dutifully played second fiddle to his wife all evening by standing quietly by the beauty as she celebrated at the Universal after party inside London's Claridges hotel.Dressed in a stunning ivory dress Sarah Harding, 27, was quick to stamp on any talk of ending the group.She said: 'I love these girls so much and the fact that we were not recognized for six years just makes me love them more tonight and want to be with them.'Meanwhile, flame-headed star Nicola Roberts, 23, was living up to her reputation as the caner of the group busting out some bleary-eyed dance shapes in the girl's private lounge area.But poor old Kimberley Walsh had her mind on her sore feet and the primitive loo situation that awaits her when she and Cheryl embark on an eight day trek and climb Mount Kilimanjaro for Comic Relief later this month.The 27-year-old complained: 'Seriously the toilet situation is worrying me and my feet are killing me.

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