Nicola Roberts Media

Your newest source dedicated to Nicola

Welcome to Nicola Roberts Media, your new resource dedicated to the English singer and songwriter Nicola Roberts. You may know Nicola from Girls Aloud! She has written songs for Cheryl & Little Mix and also won The Masked Singer in February 2020. It is my aim to bring you all the latest news, photos, information and much more on Nicola’s career. I hope you enjoy your stay!

Nicola supports Style For Stroke #JumpersForJoy campaign

Nicola is supporting this years Style for Stroke Foundation campaign called ‘Jumpers For Joy’

Buy your jumper here:

These joyful limited edition jumpers were created in collaboration with the Style for Strokes Foundation. A bright and beautiful collection of colourful statements, designed to celebrate life, the determination of stroke survivors and the simple joy of the every day. FUND jumpers are made from 100% sustainable lambswool, made and embroidered in England, they are heirloom pieces to last a lifetime.

Style for Strokes foundation was set up by Nick Ede to raise awareness that strokes can happen to anyone at any time and to help young people in particular to understand and reduce their risk of strokes one stylish step at a time. Profits will be donated to the UK based charity the Stroke Association who provide specialist support to help people rebuild their lives after a stroke. They also fund critical research and campaign nationally to raise awareness. To join their mission and learn more visit

Video – Nicola talks about Sarah on Good Morning Britain

Broadcast on 22/09/23

Breast Cancer Risk Assessment in Young Women was set up in June to fulfil singer Sarah Harding’s dying wish to identify new ways to predict the risk of younger women getting breast cancer. There is currently no routine screening programme for early breast cancer in younger women who don’t have a family history of the disease, despite it being the most common cause of death in women aged 30-55 years. The project will determine risk factors most commonly found in women diagnosed with breast cancer in their early 30s, they will build a model with this data which will in turn help to enable all women to have a risk assessment for breast cancer when they reach the age of 30. Those women identified as high risk could then have access to early screening and opportunities for prevention, to reduce the chances of them developing and potentially dying from the disease. The innovative study has been made possible by funding from the Sarah Harding Breast Cancer Appeal with support from Sarah’s family, friends and Girls Aloud bandmates Nadine Coyle, Cheryl Tweedy, Kimberley Walsh, and Nicola Roberts. Together through various fundraising initiatives, they have raised over £1 million to date. Speaking about the importance of cancer research before her death, Sarah said: “Research is incredibly important in the fight against cancer. Although this research may not be in time to help me, this project is incredibly close to my heart as it may help women like me in the future”.

Jump (20th Anniversary Alternative Video)

The Jump 20th anniversary alternative video was cut together by Chris Fox to celebrate 20 years since the release of Girls Aloud’s debut album Sound Of The Underground.

While digging through the archives for this anniversary, we found tapes of the original raw footage from the Jump video shoot back in 2003. The new video builds on the original by director Katie Bell, focusing entirely on the band and adding in some unseen moments that we love, actually.