Girls Aloud have split up, following the last night of their Ten reunion tour. Here’s how the internet took the news…
Girls Aloud sure have taken the halving of projected growth figures badly.
— David Schneider (@davidschneider) March 21, 2013
Girls Aloud split? I’d like to see Girls Aloud DO the splits! I have poor social skills and am unemployable!
— Master Joe Lycett (@joelycett) March 21, 2013
Goodbye Girls Aloud. I’ll always remember hearing about ten seconds of your new song in a shop and then subconsciously tuning it out — Stuart Heritage (@stuheritage) March 21, 2013
Girls Aloud have split up. This is a lot of information to process at 2.26am — Grace Dent (@gracedent) March 21, 2013
The Girls Aloud fandom. Where 1 year means 3, 3 albums means 1 greatest hits and “we’ll never split up” means #LOLBYE
— G. (@oneofthosefaces) March 21, 2013
It’s probably for the best that Girls Aloud have split up. They were rubbish at pretending to like each other.
— Ian Hyland (@HylandIan) March 21, 2013
— Positive Troll (@ThPositiveTroll) March 21, 2013
First Michael Owen retired and now Girls Aloud have split. It’s like God is doing spring cleaning.
— BenSix (@bensixesq) March 21, 2013
Just read that Girls Aloud have split and had an image of some bug-eyed creature emerging from a pile of sequins…
—angela garrod (@angegarrod) March 21, 2013
Girls Aloud have split up. Tickets go on sale tomorrow for that inevitable ‘solo careers not worked out reunion concert.’
— Ian Moore (@ianmodmoore) March 21, 2013
Still, fans can always look forward to the girls solo careers. Especially if Cheryl starts using goats.
Or if Sarah gets a backing group of Basenjis (that’s a breed of hunting dog).
But let’s remember Girls Aloud as they truly deserve to be remembered – as ghost hunters.