Sarah Harding has become the first member of Girls Aloud to speak out over the group's split last month.
The girl group announced just over a week ago that they had decided to call it a day after ten years together.
But it was a decision that Nadine Coyle didn't seem to agree with, tweeting at the time: "You should know by now I had no part in any of this split business. I couldn’t stop them. I had the best time & want to keep going.”
However in what seems to be quickly becoming a messy split, Sarah Harding claimed that Nadine was being two faced.
She said this week: "At no point did she try and stop us, so you’d have to ask her why she did that."
But Sarah added: "I have to respect her decision.
"Of course it worries me there are reports of fallouts between us, because it’s upsetting to our fans.
"I’d hate to think we’d end on a bad note. Cut and run."
Speaking to Look magazine, Sarah claimed that both she and Nadine bonded during the group's final tour after finding themselves against "the other three" when it came to the routines and song choices.
"Me and Nadine are more music- orientated – more vocals – and the other three are more [about] dancing," Sarah explained. "I’d put my foot down about the music side of things."
Now with her solo album on the horizon (yes guys, there's a Sarah Harding solo album), Sarah added: "When there’s five of you, it’s difficult to have a say in everything. I’m looking forward to having more control."
Look magazine is out now.
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