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Girls Aloud forced to slash tickets as tour fails to sell out

Girls Aloud have been forced to slash tickets as their comeback tour fails to sell out.

The iconic pop group, consisting of Cheryl, Nadine Coyle, Nicola Roberts and Kimberley Walsh, are currently on their reunion tour – their first as a band since they split in 2013.

Although the tour was highly anticipated by fans, tickets still failed to sell out leading to them being slashed by 50%.

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Online ticket outlet AXS dramatically dropped the price of tickets to see the girl band’s tour which kicked off in Dublin’s 3Arena.

The reunion is set to come to an end next week in London’s O2 Arena.

Ticket prices are now on sale for as little as £39.35 with most expensive seats going for £58.85 for the first performance.

The final London show has tickets being sold for a little as £33.10.

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Fans have been outrages as many spent between £58 to £200 to see the group when tickets first went on sale.

Earlier this month, Girls Aloud announced they are performing a FREE intimate concert following their reunion tour.

The band are now set to perform a gig at the O2 Shepherd’s Bush Empire in London on July 2nd.

They will perform in front of 700 fans with tickets being available to Virgin Media broadband and O2 mobile customers through Priority.

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Following the announcement, Kimberley said: “We can’t wait to perform our favourite songs in an intimate setting with fans at the Priority gig.”

“It’s going to be a really special evening and we can’t wait to see some of you there!”

Gareth Griffiths from Virgin Media O2 said: ‘”We’re really excited to bring such an iconic pop-group like Girls Aloud to O2 Shepherd’s Bush Empire for O2 and Virgin Media broadband customers to enjoy.”

“To be able to see such incredible artists up close and personal is what makes Priority so special and we can’t wait for the show.”


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