Cheryl has given fans a glimmer of hope for a Girls Aloud reunion as she stepped out with two of her former bandmates.
The 36 year old accompanied Kimberley Walsh, 37, at the gala performance of her new West End musical, Big, alongside Nicola Roberts, 33.
Despite being two members short for their reunion, the trio sent fans into a frenzy on Instagram as youngest member of the group, Nicola, shared an image of the Sound Of The Underground hit makers.
Mum of one Cheryl stunned in a beautiful terracotta jumpsuit, teasing a look at her shapely pins with a slit going up the side of the legs.
Nicola looked equally as gorgeous in a white t-shirt, hidden underneath a black blazer complete with cream details, matched with a pair of denim jeans.
Star of the show Kimberley, who stars alongside The Wanted singer Jay McGuiness in the stage show, commanded attention in a stunning low cut smart black dress with a large white collar.
Fans of the threesome, who shot to fame alongside Nadine Coyle, 34, and Sarah Harding, 37, begged the girls to follow in the footsteps of the Spice Girls and head out on a reunion tour.
One of Nicola's followers commented under her snap: "But wow can we get a real reunion again."
A second told the Beat Of My Drum singer and her pals: "Omg! It's so emotional to see you all together.
Despite fans pleading with the Call The Shots performers to get back on the road, newly single Nadine recently revealed she no longer speaks to her former bandmates.
On Irish television show Living With Lucy, she said: "The band broke up and I didn’t socialise with the girls anyway, even when I was in the band.
"I just had more fun with other people. It was definitely a job for sure. I have spoken to Sarah but how often have you done a job like years ago, how often do you still keep in touch with some or all of the members of the people you worked with?
"We just have very different personalities as well. When your idea of having a good time are completely way off it’s hard to have a good time."
Kimberley also recently shut down talk of a reunion for the band, telling Fabulous magazine: "The Spice Girls were amazing – what they stood for was incredible.
"But I just don’t think we’re there yet. I can never say never, but I don’t think it’s going to be any time soon."
"It would feel a bit like going into a parallel universe, I’m not gonna lie. It is so far away from where I’m at now in my life.
"The memories are lovely but it’s all sugar-coated. You don’t think about any of the bad stuff and I don’t know if I’d want to risk spoiling it either.
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"If it’s not broke don’t fix it, just stay in the zone you’re at. For now I’m happy, and I’m fine just going on my little path and seeing where that takes me."
Kimberley's path since the band's split has so far seen her return to her love of musical theatre, starring in stage productions of movies Shrek and Elf before joining the cast of Big.
She recently told This Morning hosts Davina McCall and Rochelle Humes: "I grew up doing musical theatre. I felt like I got into Girls Aloud by default and it was like I went back… I feel so at home on the stage.
"We literally lived and breathed each other so I think more time needs to have passed for anybody to get those feelings of getting us back together."
As well as Cheryl and Nicola being on hand to support Kimberley on her big night, Love Island star Amy Hart was also in attendance for the performance.
Jay had support from his former bandmate too, with new parents Tom Parker and his wife Kelsey Hardwick also taking to the red carpet outside London's Dominion Theatre.
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