Girls Aloud singer planning solo career – Tabloid Hell

One of the fivesome has been in talks about branching out

Girls Aloud’s Sarah Harding is planning a solo career, according to The Sun.

Aparrently the singer has been in touch with music managers to plot a solo career after Girls Aloud split up.

According to the paper, Harding approached various music industry heads, including associates of Lily Allen and Natasha Bedingfield, although she has so far been knocked back.

A source is quoted as saying that Harding wants to become the British equivalent of Kylie Minogue.

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