The Girls Aloud star said the book she's been writing in treatment was set for release next month.
The Girls Aloud singer has taken her website down, been shunning the celebrity party circuit and avoiding high-profile events.
Just about every famous female in Britain (and a few from further afield) has now been rumoured to be joining the Celebrity Big Brother line-up since cheeky BB teased a trio of mystery housemates at the end of last night’s show. The latest name to be thrown into the mix is none other than Girls Aloud legend Sarah Harding.
Poor old Sarah Harding was widely panned by the tabloids after being hauled off stage right in the middle of Ghost’s most iconic scene this week. But she’s not the only celebrity who’s had a spot of bother while treading the boards. From mobile phone meltdowns to heckling thespians, these are some of the awkward things that can happen when you’re doing things totally live.
Former Girls Aloud star Sarah Harding fled her lead role in broadway show Ghost the Musical during the interval on Monday night. The 34-year-old star has been cast in the lead role of Molly – made famous by Demi Moore in the Hollywood movie – and left theatre goers worried and bemused when she was replaced by her understudy midway through the performance at Blackpool’s famous Winter Gardens.
It has been reported the 34-year-old singer is off sick from the show at London’s New Wimbledon Theatre due to a throat infection, following poor reviews of her performance on the weekend. Copyright: Lia Tobby/ Wenn Her spokesperson told The Sun Online: “Sarah went to see the doctor today who diagnosed an upper respiratory tract infection. "Fans of Sarah will know that she is a true grafter and that shealways pushes herself to the absolute limit, but it’s all caught upwith her."She still has three months of nightly performances to get through,and she’s dead set on giving it her absolute all.” Copyright: Wenn Sarah is taking on Demi Moore’s character Molly in the heartbreaking story of two lovers torn apart when Sam - originally played by Patrick Swayze in the hit 1990 movie - is murdered.
Sarah Harding was labelled ‘unrecognisable’ by TV viewers following an appearance on today’s This Morning. Many people watching at home took to Twitter to comment on the star’s appearance, remarking how different she looks. The singer also used her appearance on the show to speak out about ‘ageing gracefully’ and denied that she has ever had any plastic surgery procedures.
While the civilian Big Brother housemates are busy settling into the house, the tasks and the inevitable drama, rumours about who’ll be entering the Celebrity Big Brother house are rumbling on. The latest reports claim producers are ‘desperate’ to get Girls Aloud’s Sarah Harding signed up, and that she’s been offered a whopping deal to become a housemate. The singer joins a long list of previously rumoured celebrities, including Helen Flanagan, Michaela McCollumn (part of the ‘Peru Two’), Gogglebox stars Chris Steed and Stephen Webb, plane hijacker photographer Ben Innes and former X Factor contestant Chloe Mafia.
Louis Walsh says that Girls Aloud never liked each other and that Nadine Coyle was the only ‘real singer’ in the band. Copyright: [Rex] The X Factor judge claims that none of the band, formed on Pop Stars: The Rivals back in 2002, got on and rather faked their friendships for the cameras.
Sarah Harding shared a private friendship with the late David Gest, and, according to reports, his death may have been the reason behind ‘erratic’ behaviour she’s rumoured to have displayed during a recent theatre trip. The Girls Aloud star attended the Jersey Boys Gala Night on Tuesday evening, with bandmate Nadine Coyle also in attendance. The Daily Star reports that Sarah’s supposed behaviour may have been due to the passing of her friend David, with the singer posting an emotional letter which read: “David, you were a true enigmatic and charismatic.