It turns out that former-Girls Aloud star, Sarah Harding, has a secret Depop account where she's been selling things off for charity.

Sadly, she's only managed to make a fiver so far.


Along with the clothes, you also get a signed photo of the star. Sadly, this hasn't been enough to help her shift her stock.

According to the Daily Star, she listed 13 items, which ranged from a pair of jeans for a fiver to a £2,000 designer gown.

Some of the dresses, all a size 6, have never even been worn.

According to an insider, Sarah was left 'embarrassed' when only the jeans were sold.

They continued: "It was something she was told about years ago.

"She was never that keen, but she thought she could raise a bit for charity."

She's even selling this gorgeous dress that she wore at the Batman v Superman: Dawn Of Justice European Premiere.

In the description, she wrote: "Selling my beautiful #muglar dress as worn at last weeks red carpet #batman#superman#premier , hate seeing this 1 go !! Will send with a signed photograph of me wearing [sic]".

Bless her. Fair play for trying to make some money for charity, but I guess the fact that no one knew about her account didn't help. We'll take it all, Sarah!

While we're reminiscing (do you reckon she'd sell me her Sound of the Underground video outfit?!), let's have a throwback to Sarah's first audition for Popstars: The Rivals...

Credit: BBC/Popstars The Rivals

She's incredible, isn't she?!

Believe it or not, our Sarah was just 21 at the time of her audition. Pete Waterman, Geri Halliwell and Louis Walsh were all on hand as part of the judging panel, and she was given a resounding 'yes'.

Well, obviously she got through as she went on to win a place in the girl band alongside Kimberley Walsh, Cheryl Tweedy, Nadine Coyle and Nicola Roberts.


Their rivals, One True Voice, came in second in the race to win the coveted Christmas number one spot back in 2002. Yup, 15 whole years ago. Damn. I feel old.

But anyway, the band, made up of Anton Gordon, Daniel Pearce, Matt Johnson, Keith Semple and Jamie Shaw released two singles (and no albums) before calling it a day.

They've all gone on to do different things though. From solo record deals to music producing. Fair play to them, I imagine that was difficult seeing their rivals continually smash the top 10.

Credit: One True Voice

Soz, boys.

Mel Ramsay

Mel Ramsay is the Senior Journalist at PRETTY52 but has worked at LADbible Group as part of the LADbible editorial team since 2015. She started her career writing obituaries and funeral guides online. Since then, her work has been published in a wide variety of national and local news sites. She is part of the BBC's Generation project and has spoken about young people, politics and mental health on television, radio and online. Contact her -

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