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Overview (4)

Born in Greater Manchester, England, UK
Birth NameSarah Nicole Hardman
Nickname Saz
Height 5' 7" (1.7 m)

Mini Bio (1)

Sarah Harding was born on November 17, 1981 in Greater Manchester, England as Sarah Nicole Hardman. She is an actress, known for St Trinian's 2: The Legend of Fritton's Gold (2009), Wild Child (2008) and Bad Day (2008).

Trade Mark (1)

Light blonde hair

Trivia (11)

Her previous jobs: Pizza girl, 192 operator, Bar maid and Waitress.
She was the fifth and final person to make it into Girls Aloud.
She used to be in a band called Project G.
In 2006, she was number 5 in FHM's 100 Sexiest Women in the World as voted by the readers.
Suffers from Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD).
Suffers from Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD).
Likes to wrap her body in cling-film before going to bed, because its a good way to detoxify, something she discovered after having done a beauty course.
The party girl of Girls Aloud.
Never liked getting up at the crack of dawn when first becoming a pop star.
She did not need to audition for her role in Coronation Street (1960).
She won series 20 of Celebrity Big Brother.

Personal Quotes (8)

I used to have a thing about getting a 306 GTi-6 and geting it all kitted out. I was into stock cars at the time and then I got my own car - an Escort XR3i - and had it resprayed in two-tone, modified the bonnet over the lights so it looked angry. It did look mint at the time!
I used to live in North Wales and I'd come back from work and have to race to get ready and drive to a gig. There have been a few times where I'm running really, really late, it's pissing down with rain and I'll overtake and there'll be something coming the other way and I'm just 'arrgh!' - moments away from a head on collision. I was a bit of a girl racer, I used to love going to car cruises and all that.
[2003; on people referring to Girls Aloud, Atomic Kitten and similar artists as 'pram-face' and 'council estate'] It does annoy me. At the end of the day, we did what we had to do. We'd all been trying to get into this business for God knows how long. And it's not like we're talentless. We proved to the nation we could sing. That's why they chose us.
[2003; on Pete Waterman's comments accusing Girls Aloud of not singing themselves on their single] The thing about Pete is that his hits were so far back and he's trying to cling on. I think he needs to move on.
[2003; on school, and leaving at 15] If it didn't involve a textbook, I was happy.
It [getting tattoos] reminds me to have strength. I got it when we [Girls Aloud] were halfway through our tour rehearsals, because I'm not the strongest of dancers. I wasn't as dance trained as three of the other girls. Two of us were more singers than dancers, so I used to have extra time with my routines. Tour rehearsals for me were so tough. I used to have a mini meltdown at some point during every four weeks.
Getting shots of us [Girls Aloud] all together to look serious is physically impossible.
I didn't realize that was on there until Kimberley texted me and said "Has anyone else heard the pigs squealing at the end of 'Live in the Country'?" I was like "what?!"

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