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Girls Aloud


  • Date: Friday 18th May 2007
  • Doors Open: 7.30pm
  • Pricing: £26 best seats available on 14th
Girls Aloud UK Arena Tour Announced London, Wednesday 8th November, They’ve conquered the critics and the country alike and have had more consecutive top ten singles than any girl band in history. Now get ready to see them live! Girls Aloud today announce a mammoth UK Arena Tour in the spring of 2007, including the Metro Radio Arena on Monday 14th & Friday 18th May 2007. The feisty five just released their electrifying new single ‘Something Kinda Ooooh’. As you’d come to expect from Girls Aloud singles, it sounds like nothing else out there and after a couple of spins will take residence in your head as it’s another 21st century pop classic. The new single is taken from Number One album ‘The Sound Of Girls Aloud: the Greatest Hits’ which is out now. The 15-track disc includes Girls Aloud’s astonishing run of 12 top ten singles. They have had more consecutive top ten singles that any other girl band beating the likes of Spice Girls and Destiny’s Child. All of the singles are included, from the #1s Sound Of The Underground and I’ll Stand By You to the pop classics Love Machine, Biology and Jump. Although Girls Aloud are releasing a Greatest Hits album to mark the first chapter in their career don’t think for a moment they are splitting up. “The papers have been saying we are going to split since we released our first single so we don’t give a shit what they say now,” says Nadine. Girls Aloud also released their live DVD on October 30th called ‘Greatest Hits – Live At Wembley’. It was recorded on their Chemistry tour earlier this year where they played to over 100,000 people. Girls Aloud also made their festival debut this year with a slot at the V festival which was one of the biggest draws there along with the likes of Radiohead and Keane. They were so popular that the tent had to be closed due to overcrowding during their performance. Tickets costing £26 go on sale 9am Friday 10th November 2006.
  • Date: Friday 18th May 2007
  • Doors Open: 7.30pm
  • £26 best seats available on 14th
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