Girls Aloud will be releasing their much-anticipated new single next month, according to reports.
The Mirror reports that Cheryl Cole & Co recorded the track way back in May.
A source said: "The girls recorded tracks with their long-time collaborators Xenomania as early as May this year."
However, not all of Girls Aloud saw each other during the recording due to their busy work schedules and one member's somewhat frosty relationship with the others.
The source continued: "Some of them recorded their vocals separately, so they didn't actually see each other that much during the process. Obviously, Nadine has been pretty estranged from the group during their time off, too."
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Putting their differences aside, the source also told the paper that yesterday the fivesome met up to film the music video for the comeback track.
They added: "On Tuesday, all five were together to film the video for their big return song, which is due out next month."
Now we've put our investigative hats on and reckon that the single could be in conjunction with November's 'Children in Need'.
Girls Aloud previously worked with the charity in 2004, releasing a cover of The Pretenders' 'I'll Stand by You', scoring them their second number which stayed at the top of the UK chart for two weeks.
With all the anticipation surrounding the girls' comeback, we're sure that they'll be able to match their previous charity single's success.
Let's just hope they don't do a Spice Girls and bomb like they did with comeback track 'Headlines' in 2007.
The less said about that the better.