Scott Disick has some explaining to do.
To make matters even WORSE, CB has bad blood with a Kourtney Kardashian. A close friend revealed:
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Wonder if the Queen is a fan? Ha!
The gorgeous Girls Aloud gals were matchy-matchy as they performed for the Queen of England and Prince Philip at Royal Albert Hall for the Royal Variety Performance in London on Monday.
Dressed in strapless mermaid-style gowns with gold brocade embroidery (highly reminiscent of the Dolce & Gabbana F/W 2012 collection), the stunning singers took the stage with mega style as a massive Girls Aloud sign flashed in the background.
Talk about stage presence!
With their lovely Veronica Lake tresses, Cheryl Cole, Nicola Roberts, Nadine Coyle, Sarah Harding and Kimberley Walsh sang their hearts out for their royal sovereign as well as several celebs in attendance, including One Direction, Kylie Minogue, and Alicia Keys.
We wish we’d been there!
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We've got good news and we've got bad news!
The bad news, RiRi will no longer be part of the show.
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Nicola Roberts has bid adieu to her signature red locks!
On Monday night, the singer strut into the J.W. Anderson for Topshop after party sporting freshly dyed pink tresses that were swooped over to one side.
We actually really like her new 'do!
It’s London Fashion Week, so why not have a little fun!?
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Look at who's become besties!
The porcelain-skinned redhead told Look magazine:
“She couldn’t have been more lovely, she’s a real laugh. We all hit it off and had so much fun. She’s truly original. She portrays what she wants to portray through her clothes, and it changes all the time. And that’s something I try to do.”
One thing Nicola kept mum on, though, is what she and the rest of the Girls Aloud, have in store for their 10 year reunion.
Sigh. Way to keep us on the edge of our seats, lady!
Oh well, while we patiently wait for an update, check out another shot from Miz Roberts' Look spread (below)!
[Images courtesy of Look.]