The singer, who released her second solo single 'Lucky Day' this week, dismissed reports that herself, Cheryl Cole, Kimberley Walsh and Sarah Harding have little to no touch with their bandmate.
"All the stuff about us not speaking to each other is b*llocks. That's all I'm going to say on that," Roberts told Star magazine, before moving on to discuss the much-talked about potential 2012 reunion.
"It's far too early for me to talk about it. But it is our ten-year anniversary next year - so watch this space," she said, branding reports of a performance at the London Olympics as "just press".
"If you tried to fight every single rumour then you'd be exhausted. Maybe nine years ago all the speculation would have affected me, but it doesn't any more," she said. "I would never talk openly about arguments we may
have had because it's not my place to say. I would never want to appear to be negative towards the band."
The full interview with Roberts appears in the new issue of Star magazine - out now.
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Watch Nicola Roberts's 'Lucky Day' video below: