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Old 29-03-2013, 12:06
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the way Nadine has handled herself when she distanced herself from the group. You have to ask yourself the question: How much of yourself would you invest in someone who considered you a colleague?
Maybe they like Sarah more than Nadine, but why?

No she wasn't. She had a highly successful career and her lowest selling album still sold more than Nadine's solo effort. Even Cheryl's detractors don't take from that.
There are different types of success and anyone can get a number one. A career based on looks media praise and miming imo isn't success.

For Nadine to suddenly wade in with "I wanted the group to go on" or whatever, was ridiculous.
All Nadine did was Tweet an opinion. I don't think she deserved a "telling off" telling fans how she was really feeling.

Nadine doesn't have a strong enough voice to cut it as a solo artist.
Nadine has the voice that's why she was tipped to be a solo artist when Girls Aloud first started their break. Nadine's singing has never been the problem. It's always been her work colleagues that haven't been good enough.
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