Sarah Harding to judge TV talent show
Sarah Harding is to be a judge on a new TV talent show.
The Girls Aloud singer - who recently endured a spell in rehab to be treated for alcoholism - will be one of a number of celebrities sitting on the panel on 'Don't Stop Me Now', which starts on Sky1 next month.
Sarah, alongside 'Dancing On Ice' judge Louie Spence, DJ Chris Moyles and former cricketer Freddie Flintoff, will join host Amanda Byram in giving their opinions on acts' performances on the wacky show before the audience votes for their favourite.
The losing act will then exit the programme in an unconventional way - either being dropped through a trap door or shot off stage in a bungee rope.
Audiences have keypads that they can push to have the contestants ejected.
Host Amanda said: "I'm so thrilled to be a part of such a fun, exciting, new talent show.
"We're hoping to find some serious talent along the way, but contestants be warned! One bum note or bad joke and your hopes and dreams of success will be literally swept away from you, with a dramatic departure from the show."
The eventual series winner will scoop a £35,000 prize.13-02-2012
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