Young, toned and single: Sarah Harding has overhauled her body and now she's looking for love
15:04 GMT, 10 July 2012
Since finding sobriety in January, Sarah Harding has been channelling her energies into overhauling her body.
And now looking more toned and taut than ever before, the reformed partygoer is now focused on finding love.
Following her split from fianc Tom Crane and a disastrous romance with Theo De Vries, who she had met in rehab, the 30-year-old is hoping to start afresh.
Lean: Sarah Harding looks super toned in an orange T-shirt and skinny jeans as she walks in Primrose Hill, North London today
After taking up yoga and swapping her wild partying for early nights, Sarah is feeling focused and in control.
Last week, she showed off the results of her workout regime in a series of skimpy swimwear on a mini-break in Ibiza.
A friend tells the new issue of Closer magazine: 'She feels she's turned a massive corner in her life and isn't the same person she once was.
Skimpy: Sarah showed off her new body in Ibiza last week
'She has told pals she'd love to be loved again and has said she's ready for a new start.'
Despite returning to Ibiza, where Tom spends most of the summer working, the singer insisted she wasn't reuniting with him.
Her spokesman said: 'Sarah is out in Ibiza for a work commitment.
'She has no plans to meet up with Tom and is not getting back together with him.
Amber alert: The 30-year-old singer certainly stood out in her bright orange T-shirt
During her four year romance with DJ Tom, Sarah was a regular in clubs in London and Ibiza.
In 2009, they even launched their own bar together, Kanaloa in the City Of London.
Before finding sobriety, Sarah admitted last year she had regrets over some of her wild behaviour.
She told the Mail On Sunday's Live magazine: 'I have my regrets over the past – I have behaved recklessly before.
'I’m a social animal, I love an audience and when I’m out and about I play up when people egg me on. I was just doing what most girls in their twenties like to do – the only difference was that I was getting photographed all the time.'