‘I didn’t get a f**king invite’: Sarah Harding slams Girls Aloud star

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Singer Nicola Roberts celebrated her 30th birthday over the weekend, but one person didn't make the invite list.

Sarah Harding has publicly hit back at her former Girls Aloud bandmate for leaving her out of the festivities, admitting it came as a bit of a shock.

And the real stinger? Both Cheryl Fernandez-Versini and Kimberley Walsh were at the bash, even helping Nicola with the preparations.

"I didn’t get a f***ing invite to Nicola’s birthday!" Sarah told The Sun.

"But you know what? I am independent so whatever. I nearly tweeted about it but I thought I better not.

"If I had an invite I would have gone but I didn't."

 

A photo posted by Nicola Roberts (@lilcola) on

Somehow we think a tweet might have been a bit more low-key than an article in the newspaper, but that's just us.

Nicola celebrated her landmark birthday with a lavish bash at London's Hotel Chantelle, with a giant custom-made Little Mermaid cake, personalised cocktails and a LOT of balloons.

Nadine Coyle was also left off the invite list, though given that she is currently based in the US it's certainly less of a diss.

Sarah says she's not dwelling on the snub – but she certainly didn't send Nicola a birthday card.

"Nadine lives in LA, the other three do their own thing and that’s just how it is," she said.

"I didn’t even know it was Nicola’s birthday so I definitely didn’t wish her a happy birthday."

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