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20 October 2012, 09:21
The 'Something New' singer admits it feels good to be back with her band mates for their reunion tour.
Sarah Harding has admitted she feels like she is back in her "comfort zone" now that Girls Aloud have reunited.
The girl group confirmed their reformation at a press conference in London yesterday (19th October), where they announced details of a new greatest hits album 'Ten'.
The 'Something New' group will also embark on a UK tour in 2013, which so far features twelve arena dates.
Speaking to The Sun after the press conference, Sarah said: "It feels like I'm back in my comfort zone. This is all about me getting back to reality and, let's face it, it's about time isn't it?"
Kimberley Walsh added: "It is important for us all to be there for Sarah, to put an arm around her and help.
"We all really noticed it when that daily business of being with each other was gone. We weren't there for each other every day."
Sarah Harding attends the Girls Aloud press conference in London:
Despite being apart for three years, Girls Aloud admitted at the press conference that they had all kept in touch with each other.
"We haven't been seen publicly together for three years but we've actually been socialising the whole time," Cheryl Cole revealed. "So it wasn't like we've been apart for three years.
"But it was emotional to talk about the fact that it's ten years down the line," the 'Parachute' singer explained. "It was actually in a hotel when we got together and talked about it.
"We were very much cloak and dagger for a while. It was just reality nice to catch up and talk about this day."
Girls Aloud's greatest hits album 'Ten' will also feature four new songs, including the single 'Something New'.