British pop star Kimberley Walsh has to rely on the Internet for dates and details while writing her autobiography as her memory is so poor.

The former Girls Aloud singer announced last month (Apr13) she is working on a tell-all book detailing her life story just weeks after the band's surprise split in March (13).

When she sat down to work on the memoir, Walsh realised she was struggling to recall precise details of her career and the shows she had performed with the group - so she researched her own history online and pestered long-term boyfriend Justin Scott for his help.

She tells British magazine Hello!, "When Girls Aloud broke up in March it was such a definite end of an era in my life that I thought it would be a lovely way to tie the whole thing up and finish that chapter... It was quite hard (to recall everything). I've had to search the Internet for places and dates, but Justin is good at jogging my memory."

Walsh also reveals she will allow her fellow former bandmates - Cheryl Cole, Nadine Coyle, Nicola Roberts, and Sarah Harding - a sneak peak at what she has written about them before publication, adding, "I'll give them their bits to read and hopefully they'll be fine."