Girls Aloud star Sarah Harding insists that she’s unsure how much longer the group will stay together.
While the group is on a hiatus, Harding says she’s surprised how they have managed to remain popular since the group was formed on a reality TV programme in 2002. “We’ve grown up in the spotlight, we never thought we’d stick around,” Contactmusic quoted her as telling talk show host Jonathan Ross.
“We’re simply taking a break now, we all felt it was time.. We said about a year — but we’re going to see what happens,” she added.
The Love Machine singer added that she now has her sights firmly set on acting, as it provides a fresh challenge for her. “I’m not saying I don’t want to sing any more, but everyone knows I’m a bit of a drama queen, I really enjoy a new challenge. This is what I want to do,” she said.