Girls Aloud have quashed rumours they are splitting by promising their most spectacular tour yet. ( FF )
The five-piece insist they all remain committed to the group and have vowed to wow fans on their 'Tangled Up Tour', which begins in Belfast, Northern Ireland, on May 3.
Sarah Harding said: "There are rumours flying around saying we're going to split as usual, but as far as I know we're going to carry on.
"We're going to concentrate on doing live stuff while we're still fresh from the tour. Over the years it gets bigger and more elaborate."
Last week, it was reported Cheryl Cole was planning to work with top producer T2 in a bid to forge a solo career.
However, Sarah insists the band is more united than ever after agreeing to play the main stage at the V Festival in August.
She added to Britain's Daily Star newspaper: "I think the main stage is for Radiohead and more legendary acts on the big stage. It's incredible for us to get on there."
The V Festival takes place at Hylands Park, Chelmsford, and Weston Park, Staffordshire, from August 16-17.
The 'Tangled Up Tour' will visit 24 arenas across the UK, ending at Birmingham's National Exhibition Centre on June 4.