The glamorous Girls Aloud ladies caused a frenzy outside the BBC studios this morning.
The gorgeous five arrived at the studios as guests on BBC Radio 1’s Breakfast show with Nick Grimshaw.
Looking stylish, Cheryl Cole, 29, lead the way in fitted camouflage trousers and stiletto ankle boots. Strictly Come Dancing star Kimberley Walsh, 30, flaunted her toned legs in tight leather trousers and a grey cardigan, while Nadine Coyle, 27, continued the leather trend in a pair of wine coloured leather trousers and an off-the-shoulder black top. Nicola Roberts, 27, glammed up a jumper dress and beanie hat with strappy stiletto sandals, and Sarah Harding, 30, added glamour with leggings, shoe boots and a shaggy fur gillet.
Grimshaw and the girls sounded like they had a whale of a time in the studio, with the official Radio 1 Twitter page tweeting: 'Nadine swore, Nicola loved Westlife, Sarah can't work Twitter, Cheryl loved Ultimate Kaos, Kimberley spilt her coffee #WeloveGirlsAloud’.
The girls have come together ahead of their 10 year anniversary reunion, and will release a greatest hit album Ten on the 26 November. This will be followed by a 12 date arena tour in 2013.
Girls Aloud were named the most successful girl group of the 21st century, and scored 20 consecutive top ten hits between 2002 and 2009. The girls split up in 2009 and went on to carve solo careers.
Cheryl, Nadine and Nicola each released solo albums, while Sarah and Kimberley took on acting roles.
They announced their reunion tour last month and are releasing their single Something New for Children In Need on the 18 November 2012.