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15 Jul 2018
Catagories: Interview 30

Nadine was interviewed on TalkRadio.co.uk today to talk about her small role in Pin Cushion.

She also spoke about THAT birth date lie, Girls Aloud, accents and more acting.

Listen to the interview below, as you get to hear a preview of her Pin Cushion role!



9 Mar 2018
Catagories: Gallery, Interview, Photoshoot 21

A bit of a delayed post, but here is Sunday’s Fabulous magazine scans and photoshoot HQs.

Magazines > 2018 – Fabulous magazine – 4th March
Photoshoots > 2018 > Mark Hayman [Fabulous Magazine]

Red the interview online [HERE]

I posted these on our Twitter – @NCoyleFan first, so please do follow so you don’t miss anything!


16 Feb 2018
Catagories: Interview, Video 30


Nadine Coyle – Lorraine interview 14/02/18 from Gallery Aloud on Vimeo.

Here is the full interview from Wednesday’s interview on Lorraine.

HD screencaps in the gallery:

Screen Captures > Interviews > 2018 – Lorraine


13 Feb 2018
Catagories: Interview, Photoshoot 24

As a fifth of Girls Aloud, one of the biggest girl bands of our time, Nadine Coyle is used to the spotlight. Her time since the band, hasn’t been spent twiddling her thumbs or shying away from the craft that has made her a household name.

Nadine is back with a new EP and a UK and Ireland tour. She will be bringing with her new material and for any Girls Aloud fans, the voice of the band will be taking some of their legendary hits back on tour. We joined Nadine in London to catch up and discuss possible reunions and girl power.

Congratulations on the release of Girls on Fire, it’s so exciting for you!

Thank you, it took so long to get to this point, then when it does you don’t know what to do with yourself.

How does your sound differ now to what we have previously heard from you?

My voice has changed a lot. So that sounds different to some of the older songs like the Girls Aloud tracks. I sound so young in comparison, so that’s changed and also the content. It’s about really strong women, the really empowering ‘never the victim’ just kind. I love writing songs about that, this is definitely one for feeling good about yourself.

I got that from Go To Work, it was such a good feel good tune for the girls, what can we expect from your EP?

There’s a song coming out in two weeks called Gossip and is a total different style than Girls On Fire or Go To Work. It’s really laid back, it’s more reflective, not deeper but more reflective. We will keep releasing a song every two weeks and just see how quickly we can turn songs around and get them out there.

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9 Feb 2018
Catagories: Interview 26

After bursting back into our lives last year with the infectious ‘Go To Work’, the Nadine Coyle solo train is officially gathering steam with the release of her equally anthemic new single ‘Girls On Fire’.

Forget what Cheryl, Nicola and co. have released over the years: Nadine’s blistering brand of pop is closest you’ll get to the iconic off-the-wall sound that Girls Aloud cultivated so expertly during their 10 years together – which is just as well considering that some of the band’s staple classics will be getting a long overdue showing on stage alongside Nadine’s new solo material when the 32-year-old tours the UK and Ireland in May.

As gay men across the country add ‘Girls On Fire’ to their pre-Saturday night playlists, Attitude’s Will Stroude caught up with Nadine to find out more about her upcoming EP, which Girls Aloud tracks definitely won’t be getting another airing this spring, and why she might just end up becoming the “new Kris Jenner”…

Hi Nadine! You must be having a very busy week – how’s it all going?

It’s going really good! I try not to think about it because you can get yourself overexcited.

‘Girls On Fire’ is out today, we’ve got the EP coming and now you’ve announced a tour – how long have you been sitting on all this news?

It’s been a while! The plan was also to do ‘Go To Work’, get everything back up and going again and reintroduce. ‘Girls On Fire’ is bit heavier – when you hear it first you go ‘What on earth is she doing?!’ It comes nicely after ‘Go To Work’ I think. And the tour is something I always really love doing, so it was natural to just go back into that. Get back on stage, strut around – why not?!

As you say, ‘Girls On Fire’ is definitely a bold choice of single. What was the inspiration behind it?

Well ‘Girls On Fire’ is very, very sassy. It’s very much, ‘We can do whatever we want’, speaking from a position of power. I don’t like to write or be involved with songs that make anybody a victim. No victims around here! So we’ve made something that’s really powerful. When you’re listening to it, it can make your heart speed up, like you’ve had too much coffee. It’s one of those songs. It’s a really belter too, you’ve got to really clear your throat and get ready. I just want people to hear it and enjoy it.

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