Cheryl and her Girls Aloud pals have slammed reports they have a group chat against former bandmate Nadine Coyle while she’s on I’m A Celebrity. Rumours suggested that Geordie star Cheryl and fellow Girls Aloud stars and friends Kimberley Walsh and Nicola Roberts have a What’s App group where they plot to get Nadine to do all the bushtucker trials in the jungle. The trio are so incensed with the reports that they have all issued statements in support of the Irish singer, who Cheryl famously clashed with after Nadine blamed her ex-bandmates for Girls Aloud’s split after their greatest hits tour in 2013. Cheryl rubbished Nadine’s claims and said it was her, rather than the rest of the Popstars: The Rivals winning group, who’d made life difficult. But now Cheryl, Kimberley and Nicola have all come out in support of Nadine, in statements given to Mail Online. In hers, Cheryl said “We only want to see Nadine do well, and regardless of any differences we might have had, we will always all have love for each other. “We did not enjoy watching her distressed when jumping out of the plane. And we don’t have time for group chats regarding the trials on the show!'” Also dismissing the speculation, Kimberley said “‘I felt really emotional watching Nadine jump out of the plane and texted Cheryl saying how hard it was to watch. I think she’s doing great in there,” and echoing those sentiments Nicola added “We don’t have a group chat about I’m A Celebrity, this just isn’t true. We only wish Nadine the best in the jungle and hope she does well on the show.’ All four girls, along with bandmate Sarah Harding, shot to fame after earning a place in Girls Aloud on Popstars: The Rivals at the end of 2002. After the group was formed they swiftly shot to number 1 with their debut single Sound of the Underground, easily seeing off competition from winning boyband One True Voice. Countless hit albums, tours and singles followed including number1s like I’ll Stand By You and The Promise.