Cheryl Cole has thanked the fans who were not able to make, Girls Aloud's ten year celebration tour.
To the people that haven't been able to make it, for what ever reason, we feel your support regardless and have done for 10 yrs..
A tweet sent from the band's Twitter page announced that the girls had "come to an end" of their time together.
Looking back on a decade of Girls Aloud, singer Nadine Coyle tweeted yesterday evening to say the fans had given her "everything".
Happy tears. I cannot thank you enough. I love seeing all your faces. Ok more tears. I love you all forever. Xxxxx NC ????
I have seen you many of you at the tour work as hard as us! That is why I cried last night on stage & probably tonight again. Not sad, happy
Girls Aloud have seemingly announced through the band's official Twitter page that they have split up.
A tweet sent today said: "We have now come to the end of our incredible time together."
The message was sent after the girls came off stage in Liverpool on the last night of their 10-year celebration tour.
The band had previously hinted of a split after confessing they had no further plans past the tour.
Entertainment website Digital Spy has reported that pop group Girls Aloud have confirmed that they have split up.
We're feeling a bit emotional right now. Girls Aloud have confirmed that they have split: http://t.co/zpkprm7Pxq
A tweet sent by the band's official account said: "Your love and support will stay with us forever but we have now come to the end of our incredible time together."
Dear Alouders, we just want to say from the bottom of our hearts Thank you!! This tour has been an amazing (cont) http://t.co/v1gF2VU3oD
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