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August 19, 2008: "Girls Aloud Singer Sarah Harding Wants To Marry DJ Boyfriend Tom Crane"

Girls Aloud singer Sarah Harding wants to get married.

Sarah has revealed she is eager to tie the knot with DJ boyfriend Tom Crane, after dating him for a year.

She told Britain's Daily Star newspaper: "We've talked about marriage and I'm getting there. Everything is just perfect."

Sarah and Tom have reportedly bought a $2 million house in Buckinghamshire, Southern England, and DJ Tom admits they are already talking about having children.

Tom added: "We've talked about starting a large family and marriage and will do so soon, when the time is right for both of us."

Sarah also revealed her excitement at plans to record a cover of "Sex on Fire" by U.S. rockers Kings of Leon.

The 26-year-old blonde added: "It is such an honor to record this song."

Sarah and her Girls Aloud bandmates thrilled fans at the Virgin Mobile V Festival over the weekend.

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August 14, 2008: "Girls Aloud Members Demand Fatty Food For Upcoming Performance"

Girls Aloud have demanded fatty food for their upcoming V festival performances.

The British band are set to appear at Britain's V festival this weekend and have reportedly requested a wealth of calorific snacks on their rider, including southern fried chicken, cupcakes, burgers and fries.

An insider told Britain's Daily Mirror newspaper: "It's the most colorful rider we've received in years. It certainly bests the usual crisps and beer riders from other bands."

"If the girls are keen to fill out their figures, this will have them piling on the pounds in no time."

Cheryl Cole has requested southern fried chicken, corn bread, sweet potato mash and waffles.

Nicola Roberts has asked for food from McDonald's, including double cheeseburgers, fries, strawberry milkshakes and apple pies.

Nadine Coyle wants a tray of red devil cupcakes, which are sponge cakes with a fresh cream filling and topped with strawberry butter icing.

Kimberly Walsh ordered extra hot Jack Daniel's BBQ chicken drumsticks, creamy coleslaw, fajitas and nachos.

Sarah Harding asked for Philadelphia cheese steak sandwiches, sandwiches with fries and Haribo sweets.

The group have also demanded pink champagne and Vitamin water.

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Girls Aloud are a Smash Hits Poll Winners, TMF Award winning and BRIT Award nominated British girl group who found fame after winning the ITV1 talent show Popstars: The Rivals in 2002 on which they were created. The group, consisting of Cheryl Cole (ne Tweedy), Nadine Coyle, Sarah Harding, Nicola Roberts and Kimberley Walsh, has gone on to become one of the most successful British pop groups of the decade with a record breaking sixteen consecutive Top 10 singles (including three number ones), four platinum albums (including a number one) and record sales in excess of 4.6 million in the UK alone.
Their British production team Xenomania are well-known for embracing various influences, from Electronica, House, Power Pop and Dance among others. Indeed, the music of Girls Aloud ranges from the distinctly 1980s sound of "No Good Advice" and "Jump" to the sixties sound of "Love Machine" to the more futuristic sound of " The Show" and "Sexy! No No No..."
Girls Aloud hold the record for the shortest time between forming and reaching number one in the UK Charts (with their platinum-selling dbut single "Sound of the Underground"), and have since become one of the few reality television groups to have had continued success with Guinness World Records listing them as the Most Successful Reality TV Group in the 2007 edition. Their record of sixteen consecutive top ten singles is also unmatched by any other girl group, beating the Spice Girls' previous record of ten, but not Spice Girls' record of number 1s.
For a contemporary pop group manufactured on reality television they have received unprecedented praise from broadsheet newspapers and the rock music press, with publications including the Observer Music Monthly, and the NME giving their music rave reviews, with The Observer calling "Biology" the "single of the decade".

Formation:
Girls Aloud were formed on November 30, 2002 in front of millions of viewers on the ITV1 programme Popstars: The Rivals. The concept of the programme was to produce a boyband and a girlband who would be 'rivals' and compete for the Christmas number one single in 2002. Following the initial success of Hear'Say (winners of the original Popstars show), several thousand applicants attended auditions across the UK in hope of being selected for the show. Ten men and ten women were chosen as finalists by judges Pete Waterman, Louis Walsh and Geri Halliwell with Big Brother presenter Davina McCall taking the contestants through the auditions and the shows each week. However, two finalists were disqualified before the live shows began: Hazel Kaneswaren was found to be too old to participate[4] whilst Nicola Ward refused to sign the contract, claiming the pay the group would go on to receive was too poor. Kimberley Walsh and Nicola Roberts were chosen as their replacements, who had made it into the final fifteen, but were not originally chosen for the final ten.
During October and November, the finalists took to the stage participating in week-by-week live performances every Saturday night (alternating between the girls and boys each week). One contestant was eliminated each week (due to polling the least amount of phone votes) until the final line-ups of the groups emerged. The five girls who polled enough votes to make it into the group were (in order) Cheryl Tweedy, Nicola Roberts, Nadine Coyle, Kimberley Walsh, and Sarah Harding, with Javine Hylton missing out on a place in the group, despite previous expectations that she would be placed in the line-up. They called themselves Girls Aloud and were managed by Louis Walsh until 2005 when Hilary Shaw replaced him. The runners up, a boy band called One True Voice were managed by Pete Waterman.
The two groups competed for the number one position in the Christmas Week UK singles chart. Girls Aloud won the battle with their single "Sound of the Underground" (produced by Brian Higgins and Xenomania) which stayed at number one for four weeks. Disney Channel viewers later voted this as best single of 20022003 at the Disney Channel Kids Awards. Originally tipped to be more successful than the girls, One True Voice released just two singles before disbanding in Summer 2003.

Members:
-Cheryl Cole.
-Nadine Coyle.
-Sarah Harding.
-Nicola Roberts.
-Kimberley Walsh.
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