There's bad news for Cheryl Cole & co, as it's revealed tickets for Girls Aloud's reunion tour are struggling to be sold.
The group go on tour next week, but some venues could be half empty.
Despite there being huge demand when tickets were initially released last year, many are now trying to sell theirs, and prices have plummeted to below face value.
Those poor ticket touts.
But even fans are struggling to get rid of their tickets, with the group failing to match the demand for their previous tours after three years away from the limelight.
Tickets for some shows are now selling at £26 almost half the £55 price they were originally sold at for venues such as the O2 Arena.
"The last time Girls Aloud toured we saw unrivalled ticket demand, so we’re really surprised to see tickets now trading for less than their face value," Viagogo site spokesperson Ed Parkinson.
"However, we’re sure pop fans who want to wish the girls a final farewell will jump at this chance of a last minute bargain."
The tour will likely be the last time the group are together, with sources claiming they'll break up for good after the last date in Belfast in April.
A source told The Sun newspaper recently: "The girls have known all along that this would be the last time they would all work together.
"At the press conference to announce the tour, they deliberately dodged questions about future plans because they did not want to spoil the excitement."
Girls Aloud's tour starts in Newcastle next month.