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Sarah Harding goes solo
Girls Aloud star Sarah Harding is launching a solo career.
The 'Sexy! No No No' singer has been concentrating on acting while the band is on temporary hiatus, but has now revealed she is going to be the third member of the group to try for pop success on her own.
Sarah - who starred in British film 'St. Trinian's II: The Legend of Fritton's Gold' - said: "I'm starting my album now but I don't know what theme of music to go for. I want to step away from pop.
"I would love it to be something like Lady Gaga. She can really sing and perform. In the band we all have a say but we have to compromise. Now I can do exactly what I want."
Reflecting her change in attitude, Sarah also sported a new look this week, dropping her usual rock chick edge for a sober business suit. It is thought Sarah could be steered toward dance music by her DJ boyfriend Tom Crane.
Sarah's bandmate Cheryl Cole successfully launched her own solo career last year, reaching number one in the UK singles charts with her debut release 'Fight for This Love'.
Nadine Coyle is set to release her solo LP, which includes a handful of tracks she has written herself, in the spring.
She recently said: "I've been writing my own songs. It's been an incredible experience, I'm hoping to release it in the spring."
The other members of the group, Kimberley Walsh and Nicola Roberts, have concentrated on modelling and launching a make-up range respectively.Posted on 19 Mar 2010 10:00 to category : Band / Celebrity News
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