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11 July 2012, 12:19
The 'Biology' singer reveals the group are unsure how to celebrate their forthcoming 10th anniversary.
Sarah Harding has admitted that Girls Aloud are currently unsure about how to celebrate their 10th anniversary.
The girl group have been are currently talks about how to acknowledge their anniversary in November, with speculation linking them to a tour or special release.
In a new interview with Look magazine, Sarah said they did not want to "rush" a decision on what to do for their fans.
"The latest is that we'll be doing something for our anniversary, but we're not exactly sure what yet. We're still in talks," she said.
"Our 10th birthday is in November, so I guess it will be then. We want to create something really special for it, so we're not rushing it."
Sarah added that it felt "magic" and "nostalgic" when the girls get back in the same room together to discuss their reunion plans.
Meanwhile, the 'Biology' singer is understood to have helped rescue a partygoer in Ibiza recently after she saw the man lying by the side of the road.
According to the Daily Mirror, Sarah was driving past and stopped her car to put the man in the recovery position.
"A local then called an ambulance for him and the guy was taken to hospital," a source added.