Nadine Coyle wears a striking red trouser suit at G.A.Y.

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    Her new single has reached number one on the Spotify viral chart.

    And Girls Aloud star Nadine Coyle was in the mood to celebrate as she put on an energetic display at G-A-Y in London on Saturday night. 

    The 32-year-old musician, who together with Cheryl, Nicola Roberts, Sarah Harding and Kimberley Walsh brought countless pop classics to the Noughties with their fierce girl band, performed her comeback single Go To Work in a red trouser suit.

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    Lady in red: Nadine Coyle slips into a striking red trouser suit and gold killer heels as she performs her new single Go To Work at G-A-Y

    Lady in red: Nadine Coyle slips into a striking red trouser suit and gold killer heels as she performs her new single Go To Work at G-A-Y

    Miss Scarlet: Nadine Coyle was in the mood to celebrate as she put on an energetic display at G-A-Y in London on Saturday night

    Miss Scarlet: Nadine Coyle was in the mood to celebrate as she put on an energetic display at G-A-Y in London on Saturday night

    Miss Scarlet: Nadine Coyle was in the mood to celebrate as she put on an energetic display at G-A-Y in London on Saturday night

    Nadine looked stunning in the stylish number which she offset with striking golden strapped heels.

    The bright ensemble featured hexagon-shaped buttons and the top fell off her shoulders adding a teasing element to the mock-corporate attire.

    The Irish pop star’s flowing blonde locks tumbled around her shoulders and she swished it around with vigor.

    She was performing the new single to a crowd of adoring fans who seemed delighted she was finally making a comeback, after her lackluster attempt at solo stardom a few years ago.

    Bold: Former Girls Aloud singer Nadine Coyle looked stunning at G-A-Y on Saturday

    Bold: Former Girls Aloud singer Nadine Coyle looked stunning at G-A-Y on Saturday

    Bold: Former Girls Aloud singer Nadine Coyle looked stunning at G-A-Y on Saturday

    Off to work: The Irish pop star's flowing blonde locks tumbled around her shoulders

    Off to work: The Irish pop star's flowing blonde locks tumbled around her shoulders

    Off to work: The Irish pop star’s flowing blonde locks tumbled around her shoulders

    Having fun: Nadine was all smiles after her single reached number one on the Spotify Viral chart

    The track, Go To Work, features Nadine marching through an office singing about, she says, people getting on your nerves and ‘being annoying’.

    Her G-A-Y outfit was the same ensemble she wears in the music video, and her set featured a troupe of ‘office worker’ back-up dancers all in suits too.

    Their’s were much less eye-catching though, a tone of beige, emsuring Nadine was the main focal point of the performance. 

    She whips her hair back and forth: The Irish pop star's flowing blonde locks tumbled around her shoulders and she swished it around with vigor

    She whips her hair back and forth: The Irish pop star's flowing blonde locks tumbled around her shoulders and she swished it around with vigor

    She whips her hair back and forth: The Irish pop star’s flowing blonde locks tumbled around her shoulders and she swished it around with vigor

    Throwback: She also treated fans to a few Girls Aloud songs.

    Throwback: She also treated fans to a few Girls Aloud songs.

    Throwback: She also treated fans to a few Girls Aloud songs.

    Appreciative: Nadine thanked G-A-Y for thier support, declaring that they were responsible for the success of Girls Aloud

    Appreciative: Nadine thanked G-A-Y for thier support, declaring that they were responsible for the success of Girls Aloud

    Appreciative: Nadine thanked G-A-Y for thier support, declaring that they were responsible for the success of Girls Aloud

    Nadine thanked G-A-Y for thier support, declaring that they were responsible for the success of Girls Aloud.

    She then treated fans to a few Girls Aloud songs.

    Nadine’s parents and sister watched the gig from the VIP balcony before joining backstage.

    Speaking to Wonderland magazine last week, the musician made the bizarre admission that she eats ‘some form of potato’ before every show as a superstitious ritual.

    Taking centre-stage: Nadine is back on the music scene with her comeback single Go To Work – and admitted that focusing on singing again ‘brings a tear to the eye’

    Sassy: Go To Work, features Nadine marching through an office singing about, she says, people getting on your nerves and ‘being annoying’

    Posing with a pooch: Nadine was more than happy to pose for snaps with fans 

    Posing with a pooch: Nadine was more than happy to pose for snaps with fans 

    Posing with a pooch: Nadine was more than happy to pose for snaps with fans 

    Fans: The gig was packed to the rafters with adoring fans

    Fans: The gig was packed to the rafters with adoring fans

    Fans: The gig was packed to the rafters with adoring fans

    Comeback: Discussing her label signing with Virgin EMI, she said 'It feels surreal, completely surreal. It brings a tear to my eye, everybody is so good and so amazing that I just feel really fortunate'

    Comeback: Discussing her label signing with Virgin EMI, she said 'It feels surreal, completely surreal. It brings a tear to my eye, everybody is so good and so amazing that I just feel really fortunate'

    Comeback: Discussing her label signing with Virgin EMI, she said ‘It feels surreal, completely surreal. It brings a tear to my eye, everybody is so good and so amazing that I just feel really fortunate’

    ‘I get superstitious,’ she said. ‘I always have to have some form of potato, either chips or mashed potato or roast potatoes on a show day. I’ve done that for 10 years.’

    Discussing her label signing with Virgin EMI, she said: ‘It feels surreal, completely surreal. It brings a tear to my eye, everybody is so good and so amazing that I just feel really fortunate.’ 

    The Insatiable singer also spoke of her feelings about returning after spending some time out of the spotlight.

    She said: ‘I feel excited because it’s one of those really odd things where it’s so out there, like oh my god, you shoot a video, you do photo shoots, you do all these things, it’s such an exciting job. I’m really happy to be back and have these opportunities.’

    On the sound of single Go To Work, she said: ‘The sound is definitely pop. I’m all about the pop! My voice has changed a bit since before, so it’s a bit more maybe soulful, soulful melodies, but just fun.’ 

    Troupe: Her G-A-Y outfit was the same ensemble she wears in the music video, and her set featured a troupe of 'office worker' back-up dancers all in suits too

    Troupe: Her G-A-Y outfit was the same ensemble she wears in the music video, and her set featured a troupe of 'office worker' back-up dancers all in suits too

    Troupe: Her G-A-Y outfit was the same ensemble she wears in the music video, and her set featured a troupe of ‘office worker’ back-up dancers all in suits too

    High spirits: The former Girls Aloud star looked thrilled to be back on stage

    High spirits: The former Girls Aloud star looked thrilled to be back on stage

    High spirits: The former Girls Aloud star looked thrilled to be back on stage

    High spirits: The former Girls Aloud star looked thrilled to be back on stage

    High spirits: The former Girls Aloud star looked thrilled to be back on stage

    Standing out: Their's were much less eye-catching though, a tone of beige, emsuring Nadine was the main focal point of the performance

    Standing out: Their's were much less eye-catching though, a tone of beige, emsuring Nadine was the main focal point of the performance

    Standing out: Their’s were much less eye-catching though, a tone of beige, emsuring Nadine was the main focal point of the performance

    Back in the day: Fierce girl band Girls Aloud (from left to right Nicola Roberts, Cheryl, Sarah Harding, Kimberley Walsh and Nadine) brought countless pop classics to the Noughties

    Back in the day: Fierce girl band Girls Aloud (from left to right Nicola Roberts, Cheryl, Sarah Harding, Kimberley Walsh and Nadine) brought countless pop classics to the Noughties

    Back in the day: Fierce girl band Girls Aloud (from left to right Nicola Roberts, Cheryl, Sarah Harding, Kimberley Walsh and Nadine) brought countless pop classics to the Noughties

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