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No music rules for Nicola Roberts

No music rules for Nicola Roberts

No music rules for Nicola Roberts

The Girls Aloud singer – who has just released her debut solo single ‘Beat Of My Drum’ – enjoyed working on her own but would love to make a new album with the girl group because she loves how free the process is.

Speaking to Alex Baker on Gaydar Radio, she said: “I suppose [if we were to make a new Girls Aloud album] we would have to really get together, and take each person’s individual music influence into account and really kind of summarise that and make a sound.

“Brian (Higgins) and Miranda (Cooper) have always done all of our records, we would have to work on that. There have never been any rules with making the Girls Aloud tracks. That’s one thing that I definitely took from working with Xenomania, I knew that songs didn’t have to have any rules; it’s really instilled in me.”

Although Nicola is relishing being a solo artist, she admitted missing the camaraderie of the other girls in the group, Nadine Coyle, Sarah Harding, Cheryl Cole and Kimberley Walsh.

She explained: “I miss being together, being in each other’s company every day and all of the fun that we used have in house, the drama that goes on, the craziness of being in the Girls Aloud dressing room, it’s just so much fun.”

Brighton to host fifth Student Pride event

student_pride_2005_barbieStudent Pride will be held in Brighton. LGBT students from around the country will be heading for the seaside city of Brighton next week for the fifth National Student Pride. Acts will include headliner Frankmusik, Doll & The Kicks, Carly Bryant, Psycho Fag, Dear Britch and Kenelis, along with DJs Scott Mills of Radio 1, Alex Baker of Gaydar Radio and Jonesy of Juice FM.  Other events include a pub crawl, drag acts and a debate featuring NUS president Wes Streeting, Stonewall and Dan Gillespie Sells of The Feeling.

Speaking to gay magazine 3SIXTY, chair of Student Pride Tom Guy said: “We’re really thrilled with the way things are going. “The feedback we’re getting is amazing. “Lots of gay students are telling us that it’s so important for them to have an event where they can come and hang out with other LGBT students.

“If there isn’t a gay scene in the town where your uni is I think it’s great that gay people can come to a city like Brighton to Student Pride and see how many gay people there are, and that it’s not abnormal.  “National Student Pride is about everyone being able to hear what their peers have to say. And most importantly, it’s about having fun together.” National Student Pride will be held on Sunday, March 8th and tickets are on sale now. Tickets

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