Nadine Coyle is "hoping" for a Girls Aloud reunion.
The 'Insatiable' singer recently bounced back into the spotlight when she released her new single 'I Could Be' with former Westlife star Shane Filan, and she now has her sights on performing with Sarah Harding, Cheryl Fernandez-Versini, Nicola Roberts and Kimberley Walsh again.
Asked if there will be a reunion, she told OK! magazine: "I hope so at some point. We need to get some more collaborations going so Shane can come along too."
However, Nadine may not get her wish as it was recently claimed the group are planning a reunion - but without her.
Cheryl - who slammed Nadine as "full of s**t" last year for claiming she never wanted the group to go on hiatus - is said to be inviting the rest of the group to contribute to her next solo album, which will pave the way for a new Girls Aloud record afterwards.
A source said previously: "Cheryl's working on one of her biggest career plans yet, to get some of Girls Aloud back together for a new record - but Nadine is definitely not invited. Cheryl wants to get in the studio and have each of the girls making cameo appearances on songs she's been working on for release next year.
"She hopes that will warm people up to the band again and then they can come out with an explosive new album on the back of that. But Nadine won't be a part of it."
Kimberley also hit out at Nadine in her autobiography 'A Whole Lot of History' in 2013, admitting she felt "uneasy" about the group's reunion shows in 2012.
She said: "By the time we got to the actual shows, some of the old problems and niggles we had with Nadine started bubbling to the surface again. Nothing had really changed."