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Friday 6 March 2015

Sarah Harding for BGT spin-off show

Sarah Harding is rumoured to be appearing on Britain's Got More Talent
Sarah Harding is rumoured to be appearing on Britain's Got More Talent

Sarah Harding has been offered a role on Britain's Got More Talent, according to reports.

The Daily Mirror says that the former Girls Aloud star is set to join the ITV2 spin-off show for the series final.

Sarah, 31, will join host Stephen Mulhern on a celebrity panel.

A show source said: "Sarah is delighted. She's proven herself as an actress and comes across as bright and opinionated. She's also very easy on the eye and will inject some much-needed glamour to the BGMT cast.

"She's been offered the gig on the night of the final which, obviously, will be the biggest audience of the series so far."

The newspaper said that that there was no suggestion of Sarah taking up a judge's role on The X Factor - on which Cheryl Cole famously enjoyed a stint - despite suggestions that Simon Cowell might be looking to replace Tulisa Contostavlos.

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