- The Fight for This Love singer, 38, is leading the line-up for Saturday’s Birmingham Pride following the tragic death of Sarah, 38
- Sarah died on Saturday 5 September after a battle with breast cancer, just hours after the Mighty Hoopla Festival in south London by Cheryl
- Sarah, who also modeled and played a leading role in the film series St Trinian, died 13 months after her terminal cancer diagnosis was confirmed.
- His death was announced by his devastated family on social media
- On Instagram the next day, Cheryl shared an image of her bandmate and credited Sarah’s fans for their unwavering support during her final months.
- Sarah and Cheryl enjoyed over a decade of chart success with Girls Aloud
Cheryl will return to the stage this Saturday, just three weeks after the tragic death of her Girls Aloud bandmate Sarah Harding.
The Fight for This Love singer, 38, is leading the line-up for the weekend’s Birmingham Pride and insiders have revealed that while she’s battling heartache, she’s proud of her commitment to the event. determined to be respected.
sources told Sun: ‘Cheryl will still headline this weekend as planned, despite her heartbreak. She is devastated by Sara’s passing but also knows that the last thing Sara wanted was to let her fans down.’
After Sarah passed away at the age of 39 on Saturday 5 September following a battle with breast cancer, Cheryl opened the Mighty Hoopla Festival in south London, where she was joined by her bandmate Nicola Roberts.
Shock: Cheryl will return to the stage this Saturday, just three weeks after the tragic death of her Girls Aloud bandmate Sarah Harding (Cheryl portrayed in the Mighty Hoopla hours before Sarah’s death).
Sarah, who also modeled and had a starring role in the St Trinian’s film series, died just 13 months after her terminal cancer diagnosis was confirmed. His death was announced by his devastated family on social media.
Taking to Instagram after her death, Cheryl — who enjoyed more than a decade of chart success with Sarah — shared an image of her bandmate with a caption that stunned Sarah’s fans during their final months. credited for their support.
She wrote: ‘Although we knew this day would come, I still feel the loss of words that our amazing, unique, crazy, quirky, kind and soft hearted girl is gone.
‘As I am trying to navigate my way through these painfully strange and terrifyingly unfamiliar waves of disbelief and final experience, I wanted to extend my condolences to all my GA fans. We were like one extended family for so long and we know many of you by name.
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‘I wanted to make sure you know how much your love and continued support means in Sarah’s most vulnerable times…
‘She was so grateful and you really lifted her spirits when she needed you the most… I also realize that many people will be deeply affected by the circumstances of Sarah’s passing… I wish you all I am sending so much love. I love you Sara… Farewell.
Bandmate Kimberly Walsh had previously paid tribute to her late bandmate, sharing a trio of snaps with her former bandmate, hours after Nicola Roberts and Nadine Coyle paid tribute on social media.
From 2002–2013 Kimberly, 39, Nicola, 35, Nadine, 36, and Cheryl were in the chart-topping band with Sarah.
Treasured Memories: Cheryl and Sarah tour the world with Sarah after finding similarities on the talent show Pop Stars: The Rivals in 2000 (pictured in 2005).
Shortly before Cheryl’s tribute, Kimberley posted: ‘Pretty Sarah this happens too bad. To wake up and to know that you are truly gone is a lot to bear. Listening to you…