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21 July 2013, 08:51
The 'Something New' singer admits she cried reading her memoirs back after writing them this year.
Girls Aloud star Kimberley Walsh says she has spoken regularly with her former bandmates about the revelations in her upcoming autobiography to make sure there will be no fallouts between the girls.
The 'Call The Shots' singer will publish her memoirs this September, following the UK girl band's decision to part ways after their 'Ten' tour ended earlier this year.
Kimberley says she has kept in close contact with bandmates Cheryl Cole, Nicola Roberts, Nadine Coyle and Sarah Harding to make sure no one gets upset by the things she has written about.
"I did have a lot of chats with the girls to see what should be included, just to make sure everyone was happy," Kimberley told the Daily Star this weekend, before admitting she had already had to edit some sections of her upcoming tell-all book.
"You're never going to give 100 per cent," the former girl band star admitted, when asked how revealing the book will be. "You always have to keep something back, but it's still a truthful account of my last 30 years, and that's a scary part.
"I cried reading it, both happy and sad tears," Kimberley added. "I forgot how many things I'd done in my life. I'm scared of what people will think."
Check out a picture of Kimberley Walsh at a theatre event in London recently below:
Kimberley Walsh headed out to Las Vegas earlier this month alongside Nicola Roberts to help former bandmate Cheryl Cole celebrate her 30th birthday.