Girls Aloud 'didn't like each other'

Louis Walsh, Girls Aloud's original manager, says the girl group had problems because they didn't like each other.

Girls Aloud 'didn't like each other'

Girls Aloud "didn't like each other".

Louis Walsh, the girl band's original manager, insisted that the quintet - Cheryl Fernandez Versini, Nicola Roberts, Kimberley Walsh, Nadine Coyle and Sarah Harding - did not get on and claimed that Nadine was the only member who could sing.

Speaking on Kate Thornton's 'Paper Cuts' on BBC Radio 2, Louis said: "I didn't give them a lot of my time but they didn't give me time and they didn't even like each other!

"It was problems from day one there. I contacted them as much as I could but they didn't like each other.

"It was never going to work because I said Nadine was the best singer and she was. She was the voice of Girls Aloud."

Louis went on to say that Nadine would have been a bigger solo star if she had married a soccer player like Chery - whose first husband was Ashley Cole.

He said: "Nadine was the only real singer there.

"She should have married the footballer. Look at Victoria Beckham, it worked for her. And Louise [Redknapp]... and wasn't Cheryl married to a footballer?"

Louis, 63, and Cheryl, 32, have feuded since he managed Girls Aloud from 2002-2005, and the Irish music mogul - who previously branded Cheryl "lazy" and "irrelevant" - previously advised her to get away from the spotlight and work on another successful song.

He said: "She's lost a bit of energy. She should go away, make a record and maybe have another hit."

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