Girls Aloud initial struggle captured in new documentary

A new documentary on the London-based British-Irish pop girl-band Girls Aloud reveals the desperate and difficult times that the group faced in their formative years. The documentary called ‘Girls Aloud: Ten Years at the Top’ showcases how the girls used to persuade strangers at traffic signals to buy their albums.

The five girls began their journey back in the day from the talent show Popstars. They faced several hardships, worked like crazy, were dramatic, fought with each other, made up, but still consider their time spent with each other and with the band as the best time of their lives.

The group claimed in the interviews that they are still proud to be a part of Girls Aloud, while reflecting on their success after having such an humble start. Presently, the band is preparing for their reunion tour in February 2013.

The members of the girl gang are Cheryl Cole, Nadine Coyle, Sarah Harding, Nicola Roberts and Kimberley Walsh. The girls had always been together in spite of their differences and they are still rocking together.