It was recently rumoured that the Geordie megastar was looking ahead to the girlband’s 20th anniversary, which is still four years away, and considering getting the singers back together.
Nadine Coyle has also gone on record multiple times suggesting some kind of comeback could happen in the future – but Cheryl didn’t seem particularly keen when speaking in a radio interview this morning.
“We reformed before and I think there’s a limited amount of times that you can reform,” she said.
“I mean honestly, we had so much fun when we used to tour as Girls Aloud but we’re older now. We’ve got children.
“I don’t think so.”
When host Roman Kemp pushed her to leave a slither of hope, Cheryl conceded: “You never know. You can never say never.
“I’m just saying… I don’t think so right now.”
Girls Aloud were thrust together on Popstars: The Rivals and had enormous success.
They hit the top spot on the UK charts four times, and released five strong-selling albums.
Speaking on Lorraine earlier this year, Nadine had said: “I would never, ever rule it out [a reunion]. We’ll see what happens.”
Indeed, the Spice Girls have reunited just this week – confirming they’ll go on tour in 2019.
And Kimberley Walsh said last year when asked if she’d want their kids to see the group in action: “Do you know what, it actually would [be great].
“Bobby’s only just started to take an interest – little things come on the TV or YouTube and he’s like, ‘what are you doing?’
“He doesn’t have the concept of that’s what we all did, he just thinks we were all friends – he’s got no idea why I know them.”
Cheryl has stayed in touch with Kimberley and Nicola Roberts, and in fact she’s written much of her new material with the latter.
Her comeback single Love Made Me Do It was released today.