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Harding trials high speed selfies

Published 22/06/2015

Former Girls Aloud singer Sarah Harding, 33, showing no airs and graces as her face is battered with a 270mph blast of wind blown in the world's first high speed selfie photo booth. Pic www.hashtag.co.uk
Former Girls Aloud singer Sarah Harding, 33, showing no airs and graces as her face is battered with a 270mph blast of wind blown in the world's first high speed selfie photo booth. Pic www.hashtag.co.uk

Sarah Harding shows no airs and graces as her face is battered with a 270mph blast of wind blown in the world's first high speed selfie photo booth.

The 33-year-old former Girls Aloud singer was the first person in the UK to trial the machine, which launches in Manchester today.

It follows reports that she has secured a second contract with Coronation Street following her four-episode stint on the soap due to air next month.

She said: "When I was asked to take part in the high speed selfie, I have to confess that I was a little nervous.

"But once I'd had a go, it was so much fun - I was literally blown away.

"I look like I've been dragged through a hedge backwards. It was good fun though."

The high speed selfie booth was created by Virgin Media to mark the roll-out today of its £3 billion fibre broadband network expansion.

:: Homeowners and businesses can express their interest in getting high speed internet by registering their details at virginmedia.com/cablemystreet.

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