Sarah admits that since she and the girls announced in 2009 that they would be taking some time apart from the group to focus on solo projects, it has proved to be beneficial for their friendships and they aren't fighting or bickering like they used to.
Speaking to the Mirror, she said: "It's great being back with the girls, we're not quite as fiery as we used to be and we are far more grown up about making decisions about the nitty gritty of our tour."
Sarah, 31, credits their years away from the band as the reason they've now developed a new found patience with one another and the ability to compromise on decisions as opposed to biting each other's heads off.
She adds: "There aren't any rows or disagreements, we don't spit out our dummies any more as we're all in or approaching our 30s.
"When we were in our 20s we lived and breathed each other and we were together all day, every day apart from holidays. You feel suffocated sometimes when you do your job so it was nice to have a break."
The blonde haired songstress also confessed that her and the girls needed their three year hiatus in order to 'find themselves' and now they're ready to take to the stage once more and celebrate the group's 10th anniversary in style!
Girls Aloud will be performing an impressive 62 comeback shows this year to mark their decade in the industry and it is rumoured that this will be their final reunion before the group splits up for good.
Or perhaps since they're getting so well, it might encourage them to stay together long enough to record one more album together? Here's hoping!
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