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 they were 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 British TV 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.
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“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 added. (ANI)