Nadine Coyle teases 'vulnerable' new album
Nadine Coyle has teased the release of her second solo album, which she says she feels "vulnerable" about because she has been so honest on the LP
Nadine Coyle is feeling "vulnerable" on her second solo album.
The 29-year-old singer is working on the follow up to her debut solo LP 'Insatiable' which was released in 2010, and admits the album's content will be risky because she will be singing about so many personal things.
She said: "I'm really laying it all out there, which is scary. I'm making myself vulnerable."
The musician - who is dating former American football player Jason Bell - gave birth to her daughter, Anaíya, in February, and explained the newborn has helped her to reflect on life in a more truthful way.
Speaking about the unguarded nature of her music, she continued: "But having a baby forces you to live a bit more honestly."
Despite planning on returning to music following an extended hiatus, the former Girls Aloud star confessed she feels completely different to the woman she was when she was in the band, and confessed she has no wish to reunite with her bandmates, Cheryl Fernandez-Versini, Sarah Harding, Nicola Roberts and Kimberley Walsh.
She told HELLO! magazine: "I can barely remember my old life. I think, 'How did I get through 24 hours without a baby to look after?'
"It was a wonderful thing to spend my teens and early 20s doing, but I don't miss anything."
The comments come just a month after the star said she would be up for getting back together with the group at some point in the distant future.
When asked if she would ever reunite with her former bandmates, she said: "Why not! 10 years down the line. I would never rule [reuniting] out."