Girls Aloud Single To Be Edited For Kids

The Daily Star reports that has seen their controversial new single ‘Wake Me Up’ banned on children’s television because the lyrics promote the use of alcohol. The edited version will remove the references to drinking.

“It’s not long before the track kicks in and Sarah [Harding] is singing about drinking Bud, which is obviously beer,” a source said. “Then Cheryl [Tweedy] wonders whether ‘it’s just the margaritas’ or ‘is a bloke looking at her?’. They’re all grown-up women but they understand a lot of young girls admire them and they would never want to encourage under-age drinking.”

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