Sarah Harding wants Britain's Got Talent judging role
Sarah Harding would love to be a 'Britain's Got Talent' judge after seeing her former Girls Aloud bandmate on 'The X Factor'
Sarah Harding wants to be a 'Britain's Got Talent' judge.
The former Girls Aloud singer likes watching her former bandmate Cheryl Fernandez-Versini on 'The X Factor' but insists she wouldn't be interested in her job because it is a lot of "pressure" and would also attract comparisons between the two.
She said: "I love watching Cheryl on 'The X Factor'. She has a lot of wit and charm and she's very quick off the mark. She doesn't take any flak.
"I wouldn't want to do it and be constantly compared to Cheryl and I don't think I'd like the pressure of making or breaking someone.
"Also, I wouldn't like all the negative comments - I've experienced some horrible trolls out there and I don't think I could cope.
"Cheryl has really thick skin. But I would prefer to do 'Britain's Got Talent', which is more lighthearted."
The 33-year-old star was recently blasted for her cameo role in 'Coronation Street' and she thinks a lot of the negative comments were unfair.
She told Closer magazine: "I got so much more criticism because of who I am. You can't please everyone and 'Coronation Street' is the nation's best-loved soap.
"I didn't have a Northern accent because they didn't want one and I think half the problem was it looked like I was playing myself.
"Maybe I didn't have enough time to learn but I think I did the character justice."