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2 April 2013, 11:32
The 'Sound Of The Underground' singer says Nadine didn't try to stop the band's recent break-up.
Girls Aloud star Sarah Harding says she was "unaware" of Nadine Coyle's feelings about the band's break-up, and says she was left confused by the 'Something New' singer's Twitter post about the split.
Band member Nadine caused controversy last month after tweeting that she "couldn't stop them" just hours after the group announced their permanent break-up, claiming the split had not been her decision, and Sarah has now spoken about the comments for the first time.
"I was unaware she even felt like that," Sarah says in the new issue of Look magazine. 'At no point did she try and stop us, so you'd have to ask her why she did that."
The 'Beautiful 'Cause You Love Me' singer went on to explain more about their decision to end their career after ten years together, saying the girls wanted to make sure the group parted on a good note.
"We all had other things in the pipeline for after this tour and wanted [it] to be the biggest and best show we'd done," Sarah explained. "We'd rather do that then keep putting out more and more music every year and gradually waning, because music's evolved since we've been around.
"I'd hate to think we'd end on a bad note," she added. "Cut and run."
Check out a picture of Girls Aloud star Sarah Harding out in London last week below (Credit: WENN):
The 'Call The Shots' five-piece announced their split at the end of March on the final night of their 'Ten' reunion tour after ten years together as a band.
Girls Aloud are set to release a specula collection of all their studio albums and b-sides to date this coming May.