Wed. Apr 17th, 2024
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Girls Aloud fans are convinced the band are reforming after spotting a clue online.

The band split ten years ago and told fans at the time that it would be ‘for good’, however some are hopeful that this latest sign is a hint the back are back together.

Eagle-eyed followers noticed that a new company, called Let’s Go Eskimo, was recently registered on Companies House and they are convinced it is owned by Cheryl, Nicola Roberts, Kimberley Walsh and Nadine Coyle.

The name is seemingly a nod to a lyric from their hit single Love Machine, which the band released during their heyday in 2004.

The London-based company has been registered as LET’S GO ESKIMO PRODUCTIONS LLP on Companies House and has been registered as active.

Back together? Girls Aloud fans are convinced the band are reforming after spotting a clue online

Rumours of a reunion come two years after the death of their fifth band member Sarah Harding, who passed away following a battle with breast cancer. 

Let’s Go Eskimo has four registered officers who are not named, but the names of the companies are another clue that it is Girls Aloud.

One is called Cinderella’s Eyes, which is the name of Nicola’s solo album, while CC Entertainments could have been made when Cheryl was married to Ashley Cole.

The other officers are named as All That Jazz Entertainment Limited and Black Pen Limited. 

The companies were all made years before, however Let’s Go Eskimo was only formed on September 30 of this year. 

The clue was originally noticed by an X user, who wrote: ‘Girls Aloud are coming!! On 30 September 2023, a UK Limited Company was set up under the name Lets Go Eskimo Productions LLP.’

And Lets Go Eskimo Productions LLP is owned by four other companies, which were all set up on the same day.

He then corrected himself, writing: ‘Okay the four parent companies aren’t new, but Let’ Go Eskimo definitely is!’

Holding out hope: The band split ten years ago and told fans at the time that it would be ‘for good’, however some are hopeful that this latest sign is a hint the back are back together

Tragic: Rumours of a reunion come two years after the death of their fifth band member Sarah Harding , who passed away following a battle with breast cancer (pictured centre)

One person commented: ‘This would be perfect for Mighty Hoopla next year!!’

The girls recently reunited as they attended PR friend Simon Jones’ star-studded wedding.

Simon is one of the UK’s leading publicists and works with celebs such as Ant and Dec, N-Dubz, Cheryl, Little Mix and Raye.

The PR star married his partner Rich at The Royal Horseguards Hotel and One Whitehall Place on Saturday.

Girls Aloud split in 2013 but they reunited for the special occasion and posed for a group snap at the bash.

In 2022, Kimberley said that a Girls Aloud reunion is off the cards for the band, admitting it would be ‘too painful’ without late bandmate Sarah Harding.

Appearing on This Morning, Kimberley she explained she and her bandmates are ‘grateful for the time that we had’ but won’t be going on without their fifth member.

Eagle-eyed: The clue was originally noticed by an X user, who wrote: ‘Girls Aloud are coming!! On 30 September 2023, a UK Limited Company was set up under the name Lets Go Eskimo Productions LLP

One person commented: ‘This would be perfect for Mighty Hoopla next year!!’

Together: Kimberley explained  they are ‘grateful for the time that we had’ but won’t be going on without their fifth member L-R) Nadine Coyle, Kimberley Walsh, Sarah Harding, Nicola Roberts and Cheryl Cole pictured in 2009

Talking with hosts Dermot O’Leary and Alison Hammond during the show, Kimberley discussed Girls Aloud’s upcoming 20th anniversary.

Explaining that they weren’t celebrating the milestone, Kimberley detailed the money that she and her bandmates have raised for The Sarah Harding Breast Cancer Appeal.

‘We’re not really doing anything to celebrate that for obvious reasons, but what’s been really nice is we’ve been able to still come together and do some really positive fundraising for Sarah’s charity.

‘It’s been incredible. We’ve funded a whole research project that she wanted us to raise money for. We are really proud of the fact we’ve managed to do that for her.

‘We’ve got our Sound of The Underground re-release and all the money’s going to go to breast cancer research and the hospital that looked after Sarah, so that’s been a really good way I think of us finding something positive and a way to channel that.’

Noting that while right now isn’t the time, Dermot asked: ‘Do you think sometime in the future you might do something to celebrate… you’ve got this incredible fan base who’d love to see you live?’

But shutting down the idea, Kimberley said: ‘We were all together, we did a gala for Sarah last weekend and we were all together, and lots of our GA [Girls Aloud] family were there and it just felt really special to have that night, but I just feel for all of us, it would just be too painful.

‘We’re so grateful that we had the time that we did and that we can find a way of doing something positive. But I don’t think it’s going to be something that we’ll do.’