Sarah Harding, Girls Aloud’s star, Dies From Breast Cancer at 39

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According to her mother, Sarah Harding, a singer for Girls Aloud, was diagnosed with breast cancer and died on Sunday morning.

 

 

Sarah Harding

Harding disclosed in August 2020 that she was diagnosed with the disease and that it had spread to other areas of her body.

Marie, Marie’s mother, announced the news via Instagram. She described her beautiful daughter as “a bright shining star” and called her “beautiful.”

Harding disclosed earlier this year that doctors had said she wouldn’t see another Christmas.

Last August, the singer announced that she was diagnosed with breast cancer. It had also spread to other areas of her body.

 

Marie, Marie’s mother, announced her death via Instagram. She described her beautiful daughter as “a bright shining Star” and called her “beautiful.”

 

Under the black-and-white image of Harding smiling, the caption read: “It is with profound heartbreak that I am sharing the sad news that my beautiful daughter Sarah passed away.

 

“Many of your readers will be familiar with Sarah’s fight against cancer. She fought so hard from the moment she was diagnosed until her final day. She passed away peacefully today.

 

The tributes were led by Nadine Coyle and Nicola Roberts, her Girls Aloud bandmates.

 

Roberts shared photos of them together and wrote: “I cannot accept that this day is here. My heart hurts, and I have been thinking about all the things we shared.

 

She said, “Electric girl, you made us feel good.” You did it all and still smiled.

Coyle posted on Instagram, “I am absolutely distraught.” It’s hard to express my feelings about this girl and her impact on me.

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Her mother posted the following message next to a black-and-white image of Harding: “It is with deep heartbreak that I am sharing the sad news that my sweet daughter Sarah has tragically passed away.”

 

“Many of your readers will be familiar with Sarah’s fight against cancer. She fought so hard from the moment she was diagnosed until her final day. She passed away peacefully today.

“I know she doesn’t want to be remembered because she fought against this horrible disease. She was a shining star, and that’s what I want to remember her for.”

 

“I would like to thank everyone who supported me over the past year.

 

“I would like to thank everyone who supported me over the past year.

It meant the world to Sarah, and it gave Sarah great strength and comfort knowing she was loved.

 

She wrote, “I can’t imagine words that could possibly describe how I feel about her and what she means to me!” This is something I know many of you will feel. You are my love, and I am sending you so much!”

 

Louis Walsh, the music manager, helped create the group in ITV’s Popstars: The Rivals 2002. He said that he would never forget Ms. Harding with “great affection.”

 

He said in a statement that he regretted the fact that she had died too young. She was fun, the life and soul at the party.

“Whenever she arrived in Dublin, we would go to the Pod nightclub and be the last to leave.

“It’s so unfair. I was hoping that she was getting better. She loved music, dancing, and life. She will be remembered fondly.”

Comfort

Ms. Harding stated that she was given a diagnosis by a doctor earlier this year and was likely to die next Christmas.

Ms. Harding said in an excerpt of her memoir Hear Me Out, which was published by the Times: “In December, my doctor told me that my upcoming Christmas would likely be my last.

 

“I don’t want an exact prognosis. It’s not clear why anyone would like it.

 

“Comfort is my number one priority right now.

 

Ms. Harding stated that she wanted to “live and enjoy every moment of my life, no matter how long it may take.”

 

“I don’t know how many more months I have to go.

 

“Who knows, maybe it’ll surprise everybody, but that’s the way I see things.”

She said, “I enjoy a glass of wine during all this because it helps me relax.”

 

“I know some people may think it’s a bad idea, but I’m trying to have fun.

She stated that the support she received was “incredible” and said: “I’ve been inundated by lovely messages from my supporters. “I’m beyond grateful for that,” she said.