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30 January 2013, 14:56
The Girls Aloud singer compliments her bandmate on the way she handles the media pressure.
Girls Aloud star Kimberley Walsh has revealed that she doesn't think she'd be able to deal with the same level of fame that Cheryl Cole has.
The 'Love Machine' singer told S Magazine that she admires her bandmate and the way she copes with the pressure of constantly being in the limelight.
"I don't know if I'd deal with that as well as Cheryl does," she confessed. "Wherever you go it creates a scene."
She continued: "She copes really well, but then she's got close family around her and she's also got us."
Kimberley also commented on stories surrounding Sarah Harding in recent years and said as far as she's concerned, it's none of her business.
"It's her business and she's dealing with it," the singer added. "That's all there is to it really, but me and the rest of the girls are there for her if she needs us. The hard work has been done now and I think she's looking forward to the tour."
Girls Aloud are currently preparing to head out on their UK reunion tour, which kicks off later this month finishing up in March.