Girl Allowed: Sarah Harding set to join The Voice of Ireland
Girls Allowed star Sarah Harding is to join The Voice of Ireland as a mentor.
The girl band star is being tipped to join Bressie as his mentor for the live shows, according to sources.
The 31-year-old singer will be flying over to RTE next week to film a series of slots for the RTE show.
The Voice bosses met up with Harding when she was in Dublin recently to gauge her interest in the role. She jumped at the chance to be involved and won’t be afraid to speak her mind, say sources.
Producers have brought her in to replace last year’s mentor Ruth Anne Cunningham who mentored Bressie’s acts last year.
It’s hoped that Sarah will spice up the show for the new series which is about to start filming.
Harding’s arrival as a judge isn’t the only change to the next series of The Voice. Dolores O’Riordan was revealed to be one of the new judges.
The Cranberries singer star was unveiled last week as a replacement judge for Sharon Corr as a judge and mentor on the popular show.
O’Riordan recently returned to live in Ireland with her family and will join the show's panel for filming of the blind auditions part of the RTE series later this month.