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Girls Aloud wow London crowd
Published: Tuesday 28th of April 2009
Girls Aloud took to the stage at the O2 Arena in London earlier this week, revealing raunchy routines and a number of their hit singles.
The five-piece played to a slightly older than expected audience, notes the Independent, although fans of all ages could not have been disappointed with the show.
Going through a series of glamorous outfits, the songstresses pumped out hit singles including the Promise, which won the Brit Award for Best British Single earlier this year.
Even Cheryl Cole's husband Ashley was in attendance, who looked on as the girls did a rendition of Britney Spears' Womanizer.
Fans of the group wondering what to do in London can take advantage of the London Pass, which gives free entry to a range of the city's top attractions.
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