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Nadine Coyle confirms management exit

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Nadine Coyle has revealed that she has parted ways with her management company.

It was previously confirmed that the Girls Aloud singer was releasing 'Put Your Hands Up' as her second single later this month. However, writing on Twitter, Coyle - who released her material on her own record label Black Pen Records - admitted that the news had left plans for another release uncertain.

Asked by a fan if she has a release date, she responded: "None yet dear. I am getting organised for the next phase. Boss lady is hard.

"As soon as I am back on the single movement I will let you know. I have changed management so things take time."

The 25-year-old did not confirm who is now looking after her. Her former manager Bruce Garfield commented on Twitter: "Finally a 'warm' day in NY. Fuelled by an array of new opportunities as I reflect and journalise the past few years. Life is grand."

Coyle's debut solo single 'Insatiable' charted at number 26, while the album of the same name peaked at number 47.

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