Girls Aloud singer Sarah Harding dies at 39 from breast cancer!

Girls Aloud singer Sarah Harding dies at 39 from breast cancer!

Former pop star and ‘Girls Aloud’ singer Sarah Harding died due to breast cancer. Her mother announced this sad news via an Instagram post on Sunday. Sarah was just 39 years old at that time.

“It is with profound heartbreak that today, I am bestowing the announcement that my lovely daughter Sarah has sadly passed away, her mother, Marie, jotted down in her Instagram post. Many of you will remember Sarah fighting with cancer and that she battled so hard from her diagnosis until her final day. She slipped away peacefully this dawn. I would like to thank everyone for their kind assistance over the preceding year. It meant the world to Sarah and it provided her tremendous courage and solace to realize she was adored. I understand she would not like to be known for her battle against this horrible illness — she was a brilliantly twinkling star and I wish that is how she can be known instead.”

Sarah vocalized on Girls Aloud hit songs like Love Machine and The Promise, with her bandmates Cheryl Cole, Nadine Coyle, Kimberley Walsh, and Nicola Roberts before disassembling in 2013.

Harding disclosed her cancer diagnosis last August, clicking a picture from her hospital bed. Also, physicians had instructed her that cancer has spread to different portions of her body.

“I’m presently undergoing weekly chemotherapy rounds and I am battling as badly as I probably can, she penned. I believe this might be surprising to skim on social media and that is not my expectation. Yet last week it was spoken of online that I had been discovered in hospital, so I realize now is the moment to let folks learn, what is going on and this is the nicest means I can think of to do so,” announced Sarah.

“She put in, I am doing my best to be optimistic and will keep you updated here. I am battling this disease right now. In the meantime, I wish you will all appreciate and honor my plea for secrecy during these difficult times.” As a consequence of vying on the 2002 United Kingdom reality exhibit Popstars: The Rivals, Harding was thumped to come to be a unit of Girls Aloud, a girl group formed by public ballot.

By the end of that year, the band had achieved the highly competitive Christmas number one place, and would go on to have 20 consecutive prime ten singles in the U.K. charts. Sarah, who would turn 40 this November, also sought to model and act, becoming the face of Ultimo skivvies and featuring in St. Trinian 2: The Legend of Fritton Gold in 2009. That year Girls Aloud declared the band was taking off on a break, and they split up for good in 2013, celebrating their 10th-anniversary tour.

Harding also worked on the British dramas Coronation Street in 2015. But she could not avoid her reality television base. After contending on Celebrity MasterChef and The Jump, she entered the U.K. crew of Celebrity Big Brother in 2017, eventually winning the game.

This beginning also saw the release of her biography ‘Hear Me Out’, which motivated a fan movement that drove the 2004 Girls Aloud music of a similar phrase to the first place on the U.K. iTunes graph. In the publication, she dealt that her cancer was fatal, composing that “in December my physician told me that the forthcoming Christmas would possibly be my last.”

Harding disclosed in August last year that she had been diagnosed with breast cancer. She announced she was withstanding weekly chemotherapy trials and doing her best to battle the illness. Her book revealed her life journey from joining the band to the battle of cancer. In March, her memoir was finally out. The news left her fans in shock and devastated state. Girls Aloud vocalist attained stature on an ITV talent event nearly two decades before and took off on to have 20 leading successive UK top 10 hits, including Love Machine, Jump, and The Promise.

The announcement of Sarah Harding’s demise from breast cancer, aged just 39, seems to have slam harder than several people thought it to be. Her Girls Aloud bandmates Nicola Roberts and Nadine Coyle recalled the beautiful time spent with her. Nicole wrote in her instagram post that she can’t accept the fact that the lead vocalist is no more. My dear Sarah, my heart is aching to hear this saddest news. Everything has raced through my mind, all the memories came rushing back. I can’t believe that part of me is gone. It is utterly painful and cruel.

She further stated that,” Electric girl, you made us. You gave it everything and still with a smile.”

Whereas Nadine wrote on her Instagram post that she is not in the right mind to digest the fact that she lost a good friend. ” I couldn’t just find the right way to express the love and respect I have for Sarah”.

Sarah was loved by fans and friends alike. The artist known to embrace everyone on the way. Her smile would bring cheers and happiness for everyone around. The star who was born and bought up in Berkshire,Ascot will leave in the heart of music lovers forever. Former Spice Girl vocal Geri Horner who is also a mentor in Popstars tweeted, “Rest in Peace Sarah, you will be missed and remembered for all the good things”.

Sarah radiated pleasure and bubbles, warmness and sparkle and dazzle, even from the far range of a television screen or red carpet. Can anything be more fitting than the celeb tattoo? Scraped into her backbone: Don’t be bitter – glitter. No surprise she triumphed Celebrity Big Brother in 2017; no miracle she became a reality television stalwart; no surprise, she was selected to create Girls Aloud in the initial place.

Sarah former sweetheart Calum Best who is presently a reality Tv personality reminsed the good time he has with her. ” I will miss the best and beautiful times I spread with you. You will be missed for all the adventures we had together”.

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