Sarah Harding: "Me and Nadine were the most music-orientated members of Girls Aloud"
Sarah Harding has opened up on the recent split of Girls Aloud.
The pop group recently called it a day for good after completing their 10th anniversary reunion tour.
Speaking to LOOK magazine, Harding said that in the band, she and Nadine Coyle were the most interested in vocals and music, suggesting that the other members were more keen on other aspects. She said:
"Me and Nadine are more music-orientated – more vocals – and the other three are more about dancing. I'd put my foot down about the music side of things. Nicola was more about the clothes. Choreography is Cheryl's forte. When there's five of you, it's difficult to have a say in everything. I'm looking forward to having more control."
The 'Sound of the Underground' star also touched on Nadine Coyle's recent revelation that she wanted Girls Aloud to continue. Harding said:
"I was unaware she even felt like that. At no point did she try and stop us, so you'd have to ask her why she did that."
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