Here We Go (Moonbaby Song) - Girls Aloud Version - Live Performances

Live Performances

Girls Aloud first performed "Here We Go" live as part of their MTV special. A recording of this performance later appeared on the DVD Girls on Film (2005). The group also performed the track on their 2005 concert tour, What Will the Neighbours Say? Live.

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