Pop producer Calvin Harris hits out at Girls Aloud

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By Andrea Clarke

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ELECTRO pop producer and singer Calvin Harris has vowed to never work with Girls Aloud.
The Acceptable in the 80s singer, who was recruited to work on six tracks for Kylie Minogue’s comeback album, says he chooses his projects very carefully and wants nothing to do with Derry-born Nadine Coyle and the rest of the girls.
Despite Girls Aloud having a string of number one hits in a scathing onslaught on their girls he said he believed they needed something more and that sooner or later people would realise that they are “boring”.
He added: “God no, those people I would never work with.
“I know they can all sing but it wouldn’t be an enjoyable experience at all”.
The self-professed creator of disco said he thinks the pop band need to reinvent their sound but he was not volunteering to help.
He added: “They really need to change their sound. It’s getting extremely boring now – but it’s not for me”.

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