To the surprise of pretty much no one, Girls Aloud's latest tour will be their last.
The group's TEN reunion tour will act as the group's goodbye with plans to permanently go their separate ways after the last live show.
The group were formed on Popstars The Rivals back in 2002, an ITV1 reality show which saw Geri Halliwell, Pete Waterman and now X Factor judge Louis Walsh on the panel.
In 2009 the girls went on a break, but last year announced they were gettig back together at a special event in London.
However Girls Aloud's big comeback has been a tad lacklustre so far, with their new single missing the top spot and their new album scraping the top ten.
The girls have known all along that this would be the last time they would all work together," a source told The Sun newspaper.“At the press conference to announce the tour, they deliberately dodged questions about future plans because they did not want to spoil the excitement.
“They all felt it wasn’t right for them to be singing songs like Love Machine and performing the same way when they’re in their thirties.
“They all want to make this a way to bow out on a high and walk away for the next chapter in their lives without constant questions about when they will be getting back together.”