Singer Nadine Coyle is bouncing back from her flop solo album by writing songs for superstars Celine Dion and Aretha Franklin.
The Girls Aloud star's first solo single, Insatiable, failed to make an impact in the U.K. charts last year (Nov10), and her album of the same name didn't fare any better - limping in at number 47.
The singer has stayed out of the spotlight following the album's poor performance, and she is now concentrating on writing new tracks for some of the world's most famous stars.
She tells Britain's The Sun, "I'm working on a Celine Dion project - her comeback. Her people contacted my people and now I'm doing that.
"And I wrote another song for my album with a great producer and he contacted me saying Aretha Franklin wanted to try my song. It's amazing to me that songwriting is an actual job."