The girl group travelled to the US without Una Healy - who is currently eight months pregnant - to work on and plan future projects.
According to The Sun, they went to a number of meetings with US TV networks to secure a deal to film their own reality show, with a view to move Stateside.
A source revealed: "The girls have already been looking at luxury homes to live in."
Previously talking about their plans for a US TV show, Rochelle Wiseman told Digital Spy: "There has been so much press flying around for weeks.
"It was literally us five girls thinking, 'We've done a reality show here - how fun would it be to do one Stateside?' And that's not necessarily us cracking America. Maybe it would be about us taking our material to a different environment."
She added: "We literally had it down as an idea and then all of a sudden the press are saying we've got a channel that it's on. It was an idea, but all the confirmed stuff is untrue."
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