Kimberley Walsh: 'Strictly won't interfere with Girls Aloud reunion'
Kimberley Walsh's commitments to 'Strictly Come Dancing' will not stop Girls Aloud reuniting for their 10th anniversary.
Kimberley Walsh insists 'Strictly Come Dancing' wont get in the way of a Girls Aloud reunion.
The 30-year-old singer said the girl group - who are also made up of Sarah Harding, Cheryl Cole, Nadine Coyle and Nicola Roberts - "might" perform together before Christmas, and the brunette beauty is fully aware she will have to "work really hard" to fit in both her time on the BBC One show and the 'Untouchable' hitmakers' comeback.
When asked if she has time to fit in a Girls Aloud reunion, she said: "I'll just have to work really hard. Being on 'Strictly' won't hold anything up that we already had planned.
"I'm going to get in trouble if I say any more!"
Kimberley admits she was initially uncertain about agreeing to star on 'Strictly' because of the "pressure" associated with appearing on such a big TV show, but she is now delighted that she signed up for the programme.
When asked if she had any hesitations about doing 'Strictly', she told OK! magazine: "Yes I did. It's a really big decision to take part in a show like this. It's so huge and everyone loves it. It's a pressure, isn't it? But I think I made the right decision."