X Factor beauty Cheryl Cole has revealed she would like her band, Girls Aloud to crack America in the future.
The 5 members of Girls Aloud have all agreed to a ‘temporary split‘ while they each work on their solo projects, but Cheryl Cole, who is currently creating her solo album and filming the new series of X Factor, has confirmed that she would like the band which made her famous to be judged on their own merits across the pond, rather than being compared to their Spice Girls predecessors.
Speaking recently to OK Magazine, Cheryl explained: “I think any artist would like to break America. If you can break there, you can break anywhere. It’s a big big deal, and a lot different to us. I’d like the success of breaking in America, but we’re not the Spice Girls – we’re not musically like them, we dont look like them.“
Nadine Coyle claimed last year that Girls Aloud have been reluctant to try for success in the US, despite major interest from record labels there.
At the time she said: “Labels want to sign us. But we’re asking ourselves whether we really want to start off from scratch doing all the crap to work our way up again or are we happy at the level we are now – where we have a safe haven in the States where no-one knows you we are or what we’re doing?“
There have been many reports that Cheryl Cole is close to securing TV deals in the states, and pretty much has her TV career carved out, if she wanted to take it, but Cheryl has said she wants to concentrate on her solo music career right now.
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