Sarah Harding: Girls Aloud aren't as 'lairy' anymore
Sarah Harding thinks Girls Aloud aren't as "lairy" as they were when they came onto the music scene ten years ago and believes all five of them have "grown up" a lot more since their three year hiatus in 2009.
Sarah Harding says Girls Aloud aren't as "lairy" as they use to be.
The 31-year-old singer - who is in the group with Cheryl Cole, Nadine Coyle, Nicola Roberts and Kimberley Walsh - admits now the girls are back for their 'Ten - The Hits' reunion tour and album after their hiatus in 2009, they have all "grown up".
Speaking on ITV's 'This Morning' today (04.02.13), she said: "We've all kind of had our solo projects and other interests to pursue, but we've all come back and grown up a lot more now.
"Yeah, [we're less fiery and more honest], definitely. Back then we were a lot younger and we were known for sort of speaking our minds and I think that's why people liked us. But we still do, it's just that we're not so lairy."
Kimberley is also pleased to be back with the girls to celebrate a decade of being together and describes the feeling of being in a group again as a "breeze" compared to her independent work.
She recently said: "The last few years have been incredible and I'm loving everything I'm doing right now.
"It's lovely being back with the girls and being able to do my own thing as well. I never plan too far ahead, I always choose things I feel passionate about and they always lead to something else.
"In this business you never know what the future holds."