Britain's own hit singing group Girls Aloud is going to recruit a new member as part of a new reality show, according to media reports. The all girl band was formed in 2002 as part of Television talent show Popstars: The Rivals. And now hit singers are looking to return to the reality show roots with their own series that is dedicated to finding a new singer, who will join the group for a special gig. A source tells British newspaper the Sunday Mirror, "The girls have never forgotten that reality TV gave them their first break. Now they want to give someone else the chance. The winner will get to perform with the group on stage during a one-off concert but the girls hope they’ll be able to discover a hidden talent who could join the band as a fully paid-up member. It makes sense for them to look for someone who can stand in if one of them can’t make a show."