Sarah Harding wants to be an 'X Factor' judge.
The Girls Aloud beauty is keen to follow in the footsteps of her bandmate Cheryl Cole – who was a panellist on the programme from 2008 to 2010 – and admitted it "would be good" if she was offered a role on the ITV talent show because she would "love" to mentor wannabe singers.
She told the Daily Star newspaper: “I’d consider it, definitely. I would love to be a mentor. If I feel someone has talent and potential I can always see it in them. I’d love to do that.”
The 31-year-old star admits she felt "a little bit lost" after Girls Aloud – who are also made up of Nadine Coyle and Kimberley Walsh – announced their split last month following a brief comeback, so the blonde stunner has set her sights on a TV career.
She added: "It’s like, ‘Eeek I’m on my own now.’ But I already had things in the pipeline.
“It’s a little bit weird, I’m used to having four other girls with me. It’s a bit nerve-wracking at first. They’re like your sisters.”
Sharon Osbourne – who was a judge on 'The X Factor' from 2004 to 2007 - is hot favourite to re-join the panel this year, with Gary Barlow and Louis Walsh expected to return.
But the futures of Tulisa and Nicole Scherzinger – who were both judges on the last series – are uncertain. Despite speculation Tulisa had been axed from the programme, it was recently reported she will sign a new £500,000 deal to remain on the panel because Nicole has quit the show.