Girls Aloud member, Nadine Coyle flew back to the UK last week, from her home in Los Angeles to finalise her much-hyped solo deal. After months of negotiaions, Coyle walked out of her initial deal with Geffen Records over rumours of creative control and has now signed a deal with supermarket chain, Tesco!
Bizarrely, the Irish beauty will only be releasing her upcoming debut album exclusively in Tesco’s stores, thus allowing her 100% creative control over the project.
Coyle has worked with Robbie Williams collaborator, Guy Chambers and Madonna’s one-time producer, William Orbit on her solo debut.
The news means that Coyle has her sights firmly set on her solo career rather than that of her Girls Aloud members.
It will be interesting to see if the group will plough ahead and carry on without Nadine, or if this latest project will further delay the girls’ reunion…
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