Sarah Harding has allegedly been writing songs about her turbulent private life, with reports suggesting the tracks could feature on her debut solo album.
According to The Mirror, the Girls Aloud star has put pen to paper to document her split from DJ Tom Crane and her time in rehab, where she spent time receiving treatment for depression, alcohol and prescription drug abuse.
Harding, who hit the headlines earlier this month following a physical fight with her ex-beau Theo De Vries, is also said to be keen to co-write new songs for GA when they return to the stage to celebrate their ten year anniversary.
A source told the newpaper: "Sarah’s been jotting down lyrics and writing songs for the past few months.
“After the year from hell in 2011, she is now desperate just to get back to her first love – music. She’s had a few meetings and is getting a lot of interest from labels but hasn’t decided which one to go with yet."
They continued: “As well as writing about the breakdown of her relationship with Tom, she has detailed her time in therapy, and been pretty explicit about her battles with booze.
“There is some very raw, heartfelt stuff – not the kind of thing people will be expecting. Sarah’s had some pretty wild experiences and wants the album to reflect this.”
In other Girls Aloud news, Cheryl Cole has reached out to estranged member Nadine Coyle on Twitter after the death of Nadz friend, Charlene Griffiths.
Chezza tweeted: "I just want you to know I am thinking of you at this sad and tragic time. I'm so sorry to hear of your lost. My thoughts and prayers are with her family and friends. God bless you all. All my love Cheryl xx"