Los Angeles, July 22 (IANS) Singer Kimberly Walsh took the advice of her Girls Aloud co-members on the autobiography so that no one gets offended.
Walsh, along with Cheryl Cole, Nadine Coyle, Nicola Roberts and Sarah Harding formed the band, and they worked together for almost a decade before going on separate paths in 2012.
Walsh showed her work to all the members to get the approval on her autobiography, which talks about her journey to stardom, reports dailystar.co.uk.
"I did have a lot of chats with the girls to see what should be included, just to make sure everyone was happy," Walsh said.
However, the singer is still concerned about how people will react to the stories she has revealed in the book.
"You're never going to give 100 percent. You always have to keep something back but it's still a truthful account of my last 30 years and that's the scary part," Walsh said.
"I'm scared of what people will think," she added.
The book will release in September this year.