Nadine Coyle has claimed that she is being visited by the ghost of Girls Aloud bandmate Sarah Harding.
Sarah died last month at the age of 39 following a battle with cancer.
And her pal Nadine says that she is still making her presence known by moving things in her house.
Nadine, 36, confessed that things have been hurled across her home on several occasions without any reasoning behind it, leaving her spooked.
She revealed that for three days in a row her headphones flew across the room as she got her make-up done.
Speaking to The Sun, the Insatiable singer said: "She's definitely made her presence known a few times.
"The girls in hair and make-up was saying, 'It has to be Sarah, there's no reason why they would fly so far.'
"And then I was talking about her one night in my house and something was flying off a shelf. I was like, 'Is this Sarah? Is she just throwing stuff?'"
Nadine went on to admit that Sarah's death is "so fresh" that she constantly thinks she will call her, but said the alleged supernatural experiences are a form of comfort for her.
"I just want her to send me a text going, ‘Yeah it’s me, I’ve just thrown your headphones at you,’" she confessed.
Sarah and Nadine were part of the extremely successful girl group Girls Aloud, which formed in 2002 on reality TV show Popstars: The Rivals.
The girls, along with band members Nicola Roberts, Cheryl Tweedy and Kimberley Walsh, had been in discussion to reunite for a 20th anniversary tour next year.
But Sarah's death rocked Nadine, who said the blonde beauty's time battling breast cancer was "traumatic".
Speaking to RTE Radio 1 in Ireland, Nadine added: "It has been awful, I have to say. It’s been awful since she’s been ill.
"It feels like it’s been a really traumatic year and a half or almost two years at this point now.
"It’s a cruel, cruel disease. We definitely lost a great one there."
She went on to say that the pair had remained close and had always supported each other.
Nadine became the first member of the band to take to the stage following Sarah's death.
Attempting to return to her normal routine at the end of last month, Nadine took to the stage in Liverpool to promote her new single All That I Know.
She sang for a crowd at Bongo's Bingo, also treating fans to Girls Aloud hit Love Machine.
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