If you read as much of the gossip about the Girls Aloud reunion as we do, you'll know that relations between Girls Aloud's Cheryl Cole and Nadine Coyle are supposed to be a bit frosty to say the least.
But the two feistiest members of the band put aside their differences as they kissed and made up over a boozy session on Saturday night.
The two partied together at The Rose Club in London following Cheryl's surprise performance at the Capital Summertime Ball.
Chez dazzled in a detailed peach mini dress, while Nadine opted for black number complete with gold embellishments.
However, after dancing the night away (hopefully practising the routine to The Promise ahead of the official GA reunion), the girls were spotted leaving the club separately and Cheryl looked as if she'd enjoyed a few too many sherries...
"That's it Cheryl love, legs together"
The poor love forgot how to climb into the back of a car, but luckily the hired help were on hand to guide her.
She certainly had reason to celebrate though, as less than an hour after being released at midnight on Sunday, her comeback single Call My Name had already rocketed to the top of the iTunes chart.
She tweeted: "I CAN'T BELIEVE WHAT I AM SEEING... How can Call My Name be no 1 on iTunes and I only put it out at Midnight..
"You lot are UNBELIEVABLE," she added.
We're sure Nadine got the champers in to congratulate her...
Helping hand... Cheryl is guided as she leaves The Rose Club
The pair have had a supposed rivalry after the band took a break in 2009, with reports Nadine became jealous of Cheryl's flourishing career when her own solo musical efforts failed to set the charts alight.
All eyes will be on the girls again in November when Chez and Nads reform with Sarah, Nicola and Kimberley to mark the tenth anniversary of Girls Aloud.
It has already been revealed the ladies have recorded new material for the occasion, and it is rumoured a tour could follow.
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