It was written by Rachel Moulden and produced by Jim Eliot. The song received mixed reviews from music critics , who thought that ballads were not the group's best efforts. The accompanying music video was directed by Paul Caslin, and consists mostly of beauty shots from each member. The song was performed on a few programmes, such as Children in Need and Top of the Pops. To follow the success of " Something New ", the group decided to release "Beautiful 'Cause You Love Me" as the second single from their compilation album Ten. The song officially premiered on BBC Radio 2 on 13 November ,  while the digital release took place on 17 December You're fat because I hate you. Something no one should ever have to witness.
Girls Aloud fans, the dream is over; Cheryl Cole, Nadine Coyle, Kimberley Walsh, Nicola Roberts and Sarah Harding have revealed that - as we'd always feared - the band will be splitting up following the end of their reunion tour. Yup, it's official. Cheryl and the girls have, after blasting their way back into the charts and our hearts! After the final Ten concert wrapped up tonight, the Girls hit up Twitter to confirm that the end of the road has been reached. This tour has been an amazing experience and the perfect chance to say thank you for being on this journey with us through a decade. Your love and support will stay with us forever but we have now come to the end of our incredible time together.
Get Me Out Of Here! When asked by fellow campmate EastEnders actress Jacqueline Jossa if it was true she and the Call My Name hitmaker never got along, Nadine rubbished the claims. Bette Davis and Joan Crawford. Taylor Swift and Katy Perry. Coleen Rooney and Rebekah Vardy. For the longest time Nadine and Cheryl — the two key members of Girls Aloud — were put into the same category. Every girlband has its inter-political dramas, of course, but these two were always front and centre of all the drama. Who got the most solos? Who would quit the band first?
It was released by Polydor Records on 16 November , as the first single from the album and the official single for Children in Need In April , bandmate Cheryl revealed the girls had been in talks to regroup for the group's tenth anniversary later that year. In October , a countdown was activated on Girls Aloud's official website, which would last until 19 October , when "Something New" would be premiered on radio. However the date was brought forward to 16 October following an early online leak of the track. Music critics were mostly positive towards the production, and compared it to songs by David Guetta , Nicki Minaj and Lady Gaga. They also noted that the track's structure follow the group's signature style. The song also peaked inside the top five in Ireland and Scotland. The accompanying music video was directed by Ray Kay , and features a mixture of black-and-white and coloured shots of the entire group, while also showcasing each member in a separate set-up. This is the second Children in Need song that the band have released, the first being " I'll Stand by You " in In February , Girls Aloud signed a new record deal with Fascination Records that would see the group release another three studio albums.