Kimberley Walsh looks glam in a black cut-out dress as she poses with sons Bobby, 8, and Cole, 6, at Wish premiere in London… after Nicola Roberts dropped a major clue about Girls Aloud’s future
Kimberley Walsh oozed chic as she attended the Wish premiere in London with her two sons Bobby and Cole – after Nicola Roberts dropped a hint about the future of Girls Aloud.
The Girls Aloud sensation, 42, showed off her sizzling figure in a black maxi dress, boosting her toned curves at the Odeon in glitzy Leicester Square.
The elegant number featured cut-out details on her bust and a plunging neckline, as she glowed in the spotlight.
The singer hit the red carpet posing with her little ones Bobby, 8, and Cole, 6 — as Kimberley also shares Nate, two, with husband Justin Scott.
The TV star and the former Triple 8 singer tied the knot in early 2016, as they are happily married.
Stunning: Kimberley Walsh oozed chic as she attended the Wish premiere in London with her two sons Bobby and Cole – after Nicola Roberts dropped a hint about the future of Girls Aloud
Dazzling: The Girls Aloud sensation, 42, showed off her sizzling figure in a black maxi dress and enhanced her toned curves at the Odeon in glitzy Leicester Square
Kimberley held her little ones close as the family trio beamed at the camera, while Bobby and Cole donned matching suits and white Nike AirForce.
The actress carried a black quilted bag and showed off bold smokey eyes and soft pink glossy lipstick.
The pop sensation looked stunning as she also posed for a slew of solo shots in the latest Disney film.
Wish is an animated musical film featuring the voices of Ariana DeBose, Chris Pine and Alan Tudyk.
It tells the story of a 17-year-old girl named Asha, who makes a powerful wish to save her home, the Kingdom of Rosas, from the devilishly handsome King Magnifico.
It comes just after Girls Aloud’s Nicola Roberts dropped a major hint that the band could get back together in just a few days.
The 28-year-old singer shared a cryptic message on Twitter, now known as
It was accompanied by an emoji that read: ‘4️⃣.’
Family: The singer took to the red carpet as she posed with her little ones Bobby, 8, and Cole, 6
Big smiles: Kimberley held her little ones close as the family trio beamed for the camera, while Bobby and Cole donned a matching suit and rocked white Nike AirForce
Glam: The elegant number featured cut-out details on her bust and a plunging neckline, as she glowed in the spotlight
Stylish: The actress accessorized with a black quilted bag and showed off bold smokey eyes and soft pink glossy lipstick
Happy: Kimberley married former Triple 8 member Justin Scott, 41, in 2016; the couple shares Bobby, Cole and Nate, two
The clip can be interpreted as a countdown to an exciting event, or as the number of members who make up the BRIT Award-winning girl group.
Fans went wild over the post, with one token: ‘If I see Kimberley tweet tomorrow 3, I’m going to die’
Another said: ‘Nicola, don’t do this to us! What is happening’
A third added: “They’re coming!”
It comes after news that Girls Aloud have made a long-awaited comeback, but have already fallen back on old habits while filming their new Wonder Woman-themed music video.
The iconic group – consisting of Nadine, Cheryl Tweedy, Kimberly Walsh and Nicola Roberts – is working on a music video as a tribute to their beloved bandmate Sarah Harding, who passed away from breast cancer in 2021 at the age of 39.
They are recording and filming their first single in 11 years in a north London studio, after years of speculation about a possible return.
But the notoriously quarrelsome girl band – who split for good in 2013 amid rumors of a feud – have already proven to be a ‘handful’ on set, it is claimed.
The girls would complain about being too cold while filming their music video in typical diva fashion, ordering their assistants to buy hot water bottles and blankets to warm up.
A source told The Sun: ‘Girls Aloud were a bit of a handful the first time and it looks like they are this time too.
“It was a long day of filming and the ladies didn’t make it easy, leaving runners looking for things to warm them up.”
The insider continued, “Instead, they announced to everyone that they were freezing and just needed extra layers and whatever the staff could get their hands on to warm them up. Obviously some things never change.”
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The girls dress up as superheroes for the new video and producers honor Sarah by adding footage of the late star.
Girls Aloud originally formed in 2002 on ITV’s Pop Stars: The Rivals and rose to fame with twenty top ten singles and five BRIT Award nominations.
After a long wait, they are finally ready for a comeback, including a full album of music and a ‘massive’ UK tour in 2024, it was revealed on Tuesday night.
After her time in Girls Aloud, Sarah starred in Coronation Street and in 2017 in Celebrity Big Brother.
In 2020, she announced that she had breast cancer and that it had spread, before releasing a memoir in 2021 titled Hear Me Out. Sadly, she passed away on September 5 of that year.
Following Sarah’s death, band member Nicola Roberts said: ‘Time is the most precious thing we have as humans, it can run out at any time.
“I think it would be very easy to become extremely fearful over time when someone so young and so close to you is out of it, and I think it’s important not to obsess over it because things are still happening on their own. in your own time.
“I think it’s important to still pace your life as you were, and not panic about the fact that your time may be coming to an end, or that the time of someone else you love may be coming to an end.” is coming to an end. I think that’s a dangerous place to be.”
In 2022, the group reunited at a charity ball in Sarah’s honor – but did not perform together.
Girls Aloud took an initial hiatus in 2009 to pursue other projects before finally splitting up in 2013.
They were originally created in 2002 on ITV’s Pop Stars: The Rivals and were chosen by judges Pete Waterman, Louis Walsh and Spice Girl Geri Horner.
Exciting: It comes just after Girls Aloud’s Nicola Roberts dropped a major hint that the band could get back together in just a few days
Hit band: The girl band records their first single in 11 years as a tribute to late band member Sarah Harding (left)
Cryptic: The singer, 28, shared a cryptic message on Twitter, now known as
Tragic: the song will be a tribute to late band member Sarah Harding, who died of breast cancer in 2021 (photo)
Exciting: The reunion has been highly anticipated and is said to include a full music album and a UK tour
Their first single Sound Of The Underground gave them a Christmas number one.
They achieved twenty top ten singles and were nominated for five BRIT awards.
Cheryl in particular has remained in the spotlight over the years, due to her position as a judge on the X Factor, her tempestuous love life and most recently her appearance in 2:22 A Ghost Story.