The success of Girls Aloud’s reunion tour has caught the attention of TV and streaming companies, it has been reported.
The band – Cheryl, Nicola Roberts, Nadine Coyle and Kimberley Walsh – are hitting the road in May and June 2024 in recognition of this month marking 21 years since they and the late Sarah Harding won Popstars: The Rivals.
Tickets for The Girls Aloud Show went on general sale last Friday following two days of pre sales, and within hours, The Promise hitmakers shifted 200,000 tickets.
Following the huge influx of sales, the girls have reportedly been flooded with offers to bring their tour to the screen.
‘Since the news of Girls Aloud’s reunion their management have been bombarded with offers for all sorts of things, particularly loads of TV and streaming specials,’ a source told The Sun.
The success of Girls Aloud’s reunion tour has caught the attention of TV and streaming companies, it has been reported (Cheryl, Kimberley Walsh, Nicola Roberts and Nadine Coyle)
Tickets for The Girls Aloud Show went on general sale last Friday following two days of pre sales, and within hours, The Promise hitmakers shifted 200,000 tickets
‘Girls Aloud regularly filmed and released their tours on DVD back in the day but things have moved on, so they have been interested to hear what other options are on the table.
‘The demand for tickets has been so phenomenal that it has sparked a bidding war between companies who are keen to land the rights to their show, they are very careful about what they do, though, because they don’t want to exploit their legacy or do anything that cheapens their brand.’
The insider added it is important all band members are in ‘complete agreement’ when it comes to accepting any offer on the table.
MailOnline has contacted Girls Aloud for comment.
The move comes as both Taylor Swift and Beyonce both created films from their tours The Eras and Renaissance.
Taylor announced her hit The Eras Tour movie will be coming to streaming services this month.
The surge in sales has prompted Girls Aloud to double the initial length of the tour by adding a further 14 dates.
The additional performances will take place in Dublin, Belfast, Manchester, Sheffield, Newcastle, Glasgow, Nottingham, Leeds, Birmingham, London and Liverpool.
The band are hitting the road in May and June 2024 to mark 21 years since Pop Idol (pictured with Sarah Harding in 2002)
The move comes as both Taylor Swift and Beyonce both created films from their tours The Eras and Renaissance (pictured in October)
The tour will see the band provide fans with a whole dose of nostalgia by performing their best-loved hits, as the group have not recorded new music but just want to celebrate their back catalogue.
The group have said that they plan to use the tour to ‘celebrate’ their late friend, Sarah and will keep her vocal parts the same.
Cheryl revealed in her final months before her tragic death, Sarah expressed her wish that the girls reunited without her one day.
Speaking to British Vogue, she detailed the moment Sarah gave her blessing for a Girls Aloud reunion, admitting at the time she couldn’t fathom the idea of losing her friend and was still waiting on a ‘miracle’.