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Cheryl wants to remember ‘bubbly’ Sarah Harding as she was before her cancer diagnosis
Sarah Harding as she was before her cancer diagnosis, following her Girls Aloud bandmate’s death last year.Harding was diagnosed with breast cancer diagnosis in 2020 and died in September last year aged 39, after the disease spread to other parts of her body.Cheryl – who first grew close with Harding when Girls Aloud was formed in 2002 – has said she wants to remember her friend before she started experiencing her ‘darkest of days and nights.’The 39-year-old said remembering how the singer was ‘before her illness’ helps her to ‘move forward.’‘Her fun, bubbly side, her close-to-the-edge risky side, and her deeply soft and vulnerable side are some of the intricacies that made up Sarah in all of her glory,’ the Call My Name hitmaker said in a piece for British Vogue.‘In the last few days spent with her, we got to laugh, cry, reminisce, cook, watch spiritual programmes (our shared love) and pray together.‘Those are the parts I will keep in my heart as I let the illness recede into the background.’The remaining members of Girls Aloud are hosting a fundraising gala for cancer research in October, which will feature performances from the likes of Olly Alexander as well as a live auction.‘I asked her over and over again how we could help. Was there anything she truly wanted or needed?’, Cheryl shared, adding that the gala was her bandmate’s idea.‘Finally she said to me, “I would love you to create an evening, a gala of some kind for me.
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This Morning's Deidre Sanders facing horror breast cancer battle after missing mammogram
This Morning's Deidre Sanders had believed she didn't need a mammogram at age 77, and hadn't pursued an invitation from a GP that she'd missed out on "by error".Sadly, she then found herself plagued by achy breasts, before a visit to the doctor confirmed her worst fears - that she had "high grade" breast cancer.Deidre shared with the world that although her "teeny, tiny ­carcinoma" is carrying only malignant cells, it is nevertheless "high grade" and she must undergo an operation to remove it.Her battle, which was shared by celebrities such as the late Girls Aloud star Sarah Harding after she delayed seeking treatment, has been a traumatic one.The presenter had initially dismissed the aches and pains in her body as being nothing more than "tense shoulders".However when the pain began to spread into her right breast, she knew she had to take action."I must have let at least a month pass while I ­wondered, 'Is it anything to worry about? Is it just muscular?'" she mused in the Sun."I am 77, after all - is it just the aches and pains of getting older?"Then, a week before she was due to go on holiday, she finally put in a call to her doctor's surgery.Her concerned GP placed her on the two-week NHS cancer pathway to get a confirmed diagnosis - and sure enough, poor Deidre learned that she had cancer.She is among several thousand who didn't receive the usual mammogram invitation that is issued to women when they reach the age of 70.A couple of years later, she was offered the service but dismissed the idea, believing that by 72, she was simply "too old" to need it.It was only when she received her diagnosis that she sadly realised she had been wrong.Fortunately, she is booked in for an op this Saturday to remove the cancerous
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Morning Live's Kimberley Walsh had 'weird' discovery after meeting Queen with Girls Aloud
The BBC’s Morning Live star Kimberley Walsh, 40, has admitted she had a "weird" discovery when meeting the Queen for the first time in an exclusive interview with Express.co.uk.The presenter confessed the monarch reminded her of "her grandmother" and that the ever-composed royal was actually "very warm".Kimberley, who rose to fame in pop group Girls Aloud, met the Queen with the other members of her group following their set at the 100th Royal Variety Performance to mark Her Majesty's Diamond Jubilee.Girls Aloud members, Kimberley, Cheryl Cole, Nadine Coyle, Nicola Roberts and the late Sarah Harding, who died of cancer last year, were all in attendance.Remembering the special moment when they met the monarch, Kimberley admitted she was “reminded of her grandmother”.“It's definitely a tick-box moment, isn't it, when you get to meet Her Majesty the Queen,” she said.“It was weird, because it was almost like she reminded me of my grandma in a really lovely way.“She carries herself so well - and my grandma always did.She was very warm.”Reflecting on photographs from the happy occasion, she continued: “I’m quite proud to have those pictures, because  now I'll appreciate them more and more as the years go by.”Kimberley also spoke about having a lot of time for Kate Middleton and Prince William, as she felt she was in a generation that “grew up with them”.The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are both 40 years old - the same age as Kimberley - which is why the star feels such an affinity for the royal couple. Asked if she was a fan of the Royal Family, Kimberley replied: “Yeah, I love it.
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Girls Aloud run charity 5k in honour of late bandmate Sarah Harding
Girls Aloud have taken part in a charity five kilometre run, in honour of their late bandmate Sarah Harding.Participating in the Race For Life For Sarah event on Sunday (July 24), Cheryl, Nadine Coyle and Nicola Roberts of Girls Aloud ran the 5 kilometres across London’s Hyde Park, while bandmate Kimberley Walsh joined virtually.The event was held to raise money for cancer research and celebrate the life of Harding, who died in September of last year after revealing in 2020 that she had been diagnosed with advanced breast cancer.Speaking at the Cancer Research UK-organised event, which was watched on by over 1,000 attendees, Cheryl commended the fan turnout before commenting on the lingering grief in the wake of Harding’s death at 39 years-old. “[It] doesn’t feel like she’s gone at all,” the singer said, “I’ve never experienced or anticipated this grief…I still can’t quite believe it’s real.”Sharing a similar sentiment, Coyle told press at the event that she “was completely in denial right up until the day [Harding] passed.”Taking to Instagram yesterday (July 25), Coyle further paid tribute to her former bandmate, telling followers that “Sarah would have loved this day & loved seeing you all coming together for such a great cause.”A post shared by Nadine Coyle (@nadinecoyle)Harding first revealed her breast cancer diagnosis in August 2020, revealing in an Instagram post that the disease had also spread to other parts of her body.
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Girls Aloud reunite for first time in 9 years to pay tribute to tragic Sarah Harding
Girls Aloud made their first appearance in front of the cameras since 2013 as they took part in Race for Life in memory of their late bandmate Sarah Harding.Cheryl, Nadine Coyle and Nicola Roberts smiled for the cameras in London's Hyde Park before taking part in the 5km race.All three of the women were wearing the signature pink top, with Nicola pairing it with black leggings and loose hair, while Nadine opted for high-waisted black shorts.READ MORE: Girls Aloud's Kimberley and Nicola reflect on 'magical' Sarah Harding tribute eventCheryl went for high waisted light grey leggings and tied her hair back under a flat cap as all three women stood next to each other and posed for the cameras.Fellow bandmate Kimberley Walsh couldn't make the event, but promised she would walk the distance remotely.The singer made an appearance alongside her bandmates via video link on Nicola's phone as they started the race to the sound of airhorns.Thousands of people gathered to see the pop stars run alongside other competitors also taking part in the Cancer Research UK event.All of the money raised from the event will help to fund vital cancer research, with runners paying £15 to take part.The four singers had vowed to run in the race to pay tribute to Sarah Harding, who died from breast cancer aged 39 in September last year.They are also planning to reunite on stage for a special gig for Sarah after cancelling their reunion tour following Sarah's death.Girls Aloud's gig is expected to happen later this year, with some of the proceeds going towards funds for medical kits to help detect cancer.Nadine said: "We’re planning a night for an event to raise money in honour of Sarah."We want to do something to help others.
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Girls Aloud's jaw-dropping career – BRITs outburst, £14m tour to Sarah Harding tribute
Girls Aloud dominated the charts for ten years from 2002 to 2012 with their catchy songs and easy-to-pick-up dance moves.The group who found fame on ITV's Popstars: The Rivals faced harsh criticism in their early days, with former manager Louis Walsh admitting he didn't want the group and students chucking things at them during university gigs.But they defied all the odds against them, with the chart-toppers going on to become one of the most successful girl groups in British history.READ MORE: Kimberley Walsh and Jay McGuinness supporting each other after co-stars' deathsAs the girls join forces today (July 24), to celebrate the Race For Life for Sarah, Daily Star has taken a look at some of their biggest moments.Nadine Coyle, Sarah Harding, Cheryl Tweedy, Kimberley Walsh and Nicola Roberts all dreamed of becoming the next big popstar during their younger days.In 2002, each girl auditioned for a new ITV show, Popstars, which aimed to create a boyband and a girlband to compete with one another for the Christmas Number One.The group, which was formed on November 30, 2002, competed each Saturday night to win the public vote before the five girls were announced as members of Girls Aloud.Sound of the Underground, their debut single, instantly topped the charts before spending four weeks at Number One, later being certified platinum.After the initial shock of winning Popstars, the girls spent five months locked away in the studio, working on their debut album, Sound of the Underground.The record which was finished in April of 2003, was released just one month later, instantly landing at Number Two on the official charts before it was certified platinum by the British Phonographic Industry,Following the success of the album,
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Girls Aloud's Kimberley and Nicola reflect on 'magical' Sarah Harding tribute event
Girls Aloud stars Kimberley Walsh and Nicola Roberts have said their grief is still "raw" almost a year after the death of their bandmate Sarah Harding.Sarah passed away in September 2021 at the age of 39 after battling breast cancer.Her bandmates Kimberley, Nicola, Cheryl and Nadine Coyle are getting together this weekend to take part in Race For Life in her memory and predict it will be "magical".READ MORE: The Masked Singer's Nicola Roberts says therapy was 'best gift' after stalker ordealOpening up on Zoe Ball's BBC Radio show, Nicola said Sarah's death was "still such a shock"."You kind of go back to when it was the five of us and never in your wildest nightmares could you ever have imagined that it would have gone this way," she said."My sadness is for her. My sadness is the fact that she doesn't get to be here, that's where my sadness is."Kimberley said the grief was a "daily challenge"."It's crazy to me think that it's almost been a year," she said.She added that the loss hit her at times she didn't necessarily expect it, like when she hears a certain song or sees a certain plate of food."It feels like it's still so raw to us," she said.The band will come together at the weekend for Race For Life, after deciding it felt like the right thing to do in honour of their late bandmate.They will all be running in London except for Kimberley, who will be taking part elsewhere as she is away.She said: "We spoke to Sarah a lot in those last few months, as much as we couldn't bear to have these conversations, we had to because we felt so helpless and we were like, 'What do you want, what can we do?' and this was her wish.
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