Nadine Coyle is not giving up on her solo career and performed a one off gig in a NYC nightclub last night. The Girls Aloud member is promoting her new single “Sweetest High” after dismal sales of her debut album “Insatiable”.
Click under the cut for a video snippet of the performance.
Do you think Nadine can make it as a solo artist second time around?
Nadine Coyle is starting again after her debut album, “Insatiable” flopped on release last year. The irish Girls Aloud beauty is going back to basics with her new material and the official “2.0″ era. Check out the full version of the uptempo “Sweetest High”.
Nadine Coyle has broken up with her professional athlete fiance, Jason Bell. After being engaged for just under a year, the Irish Girls Aloud singer took to her Twitter page to confirm the break up. Click under the link to see her tweets…
Nadine Coyle performed her new single at a Tesco conference.
The singer, who is signed to the supermarket giant, sang her new single at the London meeting, which was attended by the company’s top executives.
The ‘Insatiable’ star then flew back to Ireland, where she signed copies of her album at a number of Tesco stores.
Coyle’s single sold just 117 physical copies and 2,439 digital downloads on the first day of release. The song has since steadily climbed up the charts and is expected to chart within the top 30 this Sunday.
Cheryl Cole in the mean time is expected to be number two in the singles chart this week with ‘Promise This’ and number one on the album chart with ‘Messy Little Raindrops’
Nadine Coyle, the 25-year-old Girls Aloud star performed her solo single ‘Insatiable’ along with a few other choice cuts from her new album as well as classic Girls Aloud tracks at London nightclub G.A.Y. last night.
Nadine will also perform on Daybreak on Wednesday to promote her single ‘Insatiable’ which is out now.
Check out some fan footage from the G-A-Y gig below.
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