The post-split claws are officially out for Girls Aloud. First Nadine Coyle announced she "couldn't stop" the others from calling time on the group and claimed she had no part in the decision and now Sarah Harding admits their final tour was fraught with arguments.
In an interview with Look magazine Sarah dished the dirt on the Ten Tour. "We were more grown up and more opinionated, and when there were discussions to do with work we'd all be sort of strategic," she spilled.
"Me and Nadine are more music orientated - more vocals - and the other three are more about dancing. I'd put my foot down about the music side of things. Nicola was more about the clothes. Choreography is Cheryl's forte.
"When there's five of you, it's difficult to have a say in everything. I'm looking forward to having more control."
Referring to the Nadine Twitter fiasco Sarah said, "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.
"We'd rather do that than 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. Cut and run."
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Read the interview with Sarah Harding in full see the new issue of Look magazine out now.