Ego fights led to final break up of `Girls Aloud`

Last Updated: Sun, Mar 24, 2013 09:30 hrs

Girls Aloud has recently come under the spotlight again in the wake of their split and sources have revealed that the group fell victim to the tons of cat fights between the members.

According to the sources close to the pop girl group, Britain's best loved bands put on a brave face when they threw a farewell party during the week, despite the fighting and battle of egos that led to the end, the Daily Star reported.

The latest fight to rock the chart-topping band erupted when Cheryl Cole and Nicola Roberts declared they were through with the group for good, but stunned Nadine Coyle and Kimberly Walsh demanded the door be left open for a return and new album within two years.

An insider revealed that it was really dramatic and there were a lot of tears as Coyle and Cole were both fighting their corner and nobody was prepared to budge.

Coyle was accusing 29-year-old Cole of being selfish and saying she was trying to control everything and ruining their futures in the music business, behind her back, the source said.

The insider added that she was also complaining that she didn't get paid enough for the tour and should have got at least double the money for doing all the lead vocals night after night.

Sources added that Cole though it was nonsense and they only ever agreed to get back together for an anniversary tour and then leave it at that, but she thinks Coyle is just thinking of herself because her solo career failed.

Sources say Coyle's tweet that the split was not her choice was an act of revenge against Cole. (ANI)

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