Nadine Elizabeth Louise Coyle was born in Derry, Northern Ireland on June 15, 1985. Lillian and Niall Coyle were her parents. Singing the song Saturday Night at the Movies by the Drifters at the age of two led to a career in the entertainment industry. And having a destined path in the entertainment industry was seen as an alternative to school where Nadine got good grades, but lacked the interest to continue. So an audition tape was sent to powerful entertainment manager (And founder of the prefabricated boy band Boyzone) Lou Walsh to represent Nadine Coyle. Lou Walsh agreed to represent Nadine Coyle. Nadine made it all the way to Thornhill College in 2001 when Lou Walsh as judge for the Irish edition of Popstars encouraged Nadine to audition. She made it to the all girl band Six only to be rejected shortly after without ever recording anything with the group. It turned out that Nadine was only sixteen years old and the minimum age to qualify for the Popstars reality television talent show game show series was eighteen. So Nadine returned to Thornhill College for one more year and tried again for the English edition of Popstars entitled Popstars: The Rivals in 2002 at the age of seventeen. The second time was the charm and Nadine Coyle landed a part by cattle call audition to the prefabricated all girl rock band Girls Aloud. Nadine Coyle dropped out of Thornhill College to become a rock star. Girls Aloud broke one Guinness Book of World Records category twice and one Guinees Book of World Records category once. Girls Aloud lasted from 2003 until 2009 before they broke up. Nadine released her debut solo album in 2010. She relocated from Northern Ireland to the United States of America where she lives in Sunset Beach, Orange County, California. She's also a talented businesswoman/restaurateur and owns a Irish tavern style restaurant called Nadine Irish Mist. Nadine and her ex-fiancé, former American football player Jason Bell, is expecting their first child and has yet to marry. Nadine Coyle continues to record music and tour to support her music to this exact moment of time.
Nadine Coyle and William Orbit
Sarah Harding and Nadine Coyle
Nadine Coyle, Sarah Harding, Cheryl Tweedy (later adopted her married name Cheryl Cole even after divorce), Kimberley Walsh and Nicola Roberts