Back to her old ways: Sarah Harding looks a little worse for wear following a night out at Sugar Hut
09:20 GMT, 15 April 2012
Late last year she checked herself into rehab following a tough few months, but it seems the only cure for Sarah Harding is a good night out.
Despite spending a month in the Cottonwood treatment facility in Arizona to seek help with her battle against alcoholism, the 30-year-old looked worse for wear as she left Essex nightclub Sugar Hut.
Not only did Harding appear bleary-eyed as she left the TOWIE haunt in the early hours of this morning, but she couldn't help herself from getting close to two different men.
Just like old times: Sarah Harding leaves Essex club Sugar Hut looking a little worse for wear
Wearing a short red silk dress that featured cut-out detail at the sides, the blonde star had to be helped out of the venue by a male security guard.
Draping her left arm around his neck, Harding appeared to be enjoying the stability and was smiling as she made her way outside.
The Girls Aloud star completed her outfit with a large pair of silver earrings and red nail varnish, and wore her short hair up in a messy bun.
A helping hand: The singer was escorted out of the venue by a male security guard
Pucker up: The blonde star was seen getting close to another male once outside the club
Once outside, Harding was then spotted cosying up to another male dressed in a suit and even leaned in for a kiss before making her way home and no doubt heading straight to her bed.
Her latest antics may come as a surprise to Sky1 who recently invited the British star to be one of the celebrity commentators on their upcoming talent show Don't Stop Me Now.
Harding will star alongside Chris Moyles and Freddie Flintoff on the programme which sees a variety acts compete for the 25,000 prize.
Ready for bed Harding looked tired and bleary-eyed as she prepared to head home following a night of partying
This job, coupled with a reunion with Girls Aloud being on the cards, meant that Harding had got her life back on track but it is unsure how her band mates will feel about her slipping back into her old ways – especially if they're planning to rehearse on a daily basis.
Bandmate Nadine Coyle recently spoke out in favour of the group re-forming next year to mark their 10th anniversary.
'It's time to come back. At the end of the year it would've been ten years and it feels like the right time to regroup,' she told the Sunday Mirror.
'I know everyone's been speculating about what we will do. It will be arena dates at the start of next year and we will have new music to go with it.'
Back on track The singer has been working out a lot recently (R) so clearly thought that she deserved a night out