Nadine Coyle is having difficulty finding a solo record deal as Girls Aloud continue their break, getting rejected by the British girl group’s own record company Polydor and other Universal imprints. “Nadine had meetings but none of the Universal labels wanted to take her on. She’s tried to get a deal elsewhere but with no luck,” a source told The Sun. Nadine was the only Girls Aloud member seeking to follow the solo success of Cheryl Cole, though Coyle has at least landed a songwriting deal with EMI.
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