Girls Aloud star replaces Pussycat Doll at Hatfield nightclub

PUBLISHED: 14:49 19 February 2015 | UPDATED: 14:59 19 February 2015

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A former Pussycat Dolls star has pulled out of her scheduled appearance in Hatfield this weekend and been replaced with a member of Girls Aloud.

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Friday’s Flirt! Spring Break UK Beach Party at The Forum Hertfordshire was due to feature a DJ spot from former Dancing on Ice judge Ashley Roberts.

However, the 33-year-old American beauty, who appeared in the recent second series of The Jump on Channel 4, will no longer be spinning discs at the University of Hertfordshire Students’ Union venue in College Lane.

The X Factor favourite Cheryl Cole’s former Girls Aloud colleague Sarah Harding will instead be performing a DJ set at The Forum.

A statement on The Forum’s website said: “Unfortunately due to unforeseen circumstances Ashley Roberts will no longer be featuring at this Friday’s Flirt!.

“However we are thrilled to announce that Girls Aloud star Sarah Harding will be taking control of your weekend from the DJ booth this Friday.”

Despite not appearing at The Forum on Friday night, former I’m a Celebrity...Get Me Out of Here! contestant Ashley has a number of TV appearances lined up over the next couple of days.

She is a guest on Lorraine’s ITV programme tomorrow (Friday), and is due to return to Ant & Dec’s Saturday Night Takeaway this weekend.

The Twitter handle of Lorraine (@ITVLorraine) tweeted earlier today (Thursday): “Hope you enjoyed the show - we’ll have more at http://itv.com/lorraine throughout the day - tomorrow we’re chatting to @ImAshleyRoberts!”


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