Davina McCall says Sarah Harding’s death was the ‘saddest thing’… as she gears up to front Stand Up To Cancer  

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  • Davina called the late singer ‘absolutely fabulous’ and ‘very exciting to be around’, while reflecting on their friendship
  • The Popstars: The Rivals host met The Promise hitmaker in 2002, when she auditioned to be a member of Girls Aloud.
  • They went on to star together on the sports reality show The Jump in 2016, where Davina said that the contestants had ‘such good fun’, which was ‘the saddest thing ever’.
  • Davina also clarified that cancer victims should not blame themselves for failing to detect the disease in time for a successful treatment.
  • The Masked singer Judge will soon stage Stand Up to Cancer on Channel 4, which is especially profound for her, having lost her sister Caroline as well as her mother Florence to the condition.

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Davina McCall has opened up about her heartbreaking reaction to the death of Sarah Harding from breast cancer last month at age 39.

The 53-year-old TV presenter called the late singer “absolutely fabulous” and “so exciting to be around” while reflecting on their friendship, which spanned nearly two decades.

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‘He had given himself a hard time for not solving it earlier. That, for me, is always the hardest thing to do,’ she added. Sun.

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Davina McCall has said that ‘she had a hard time not solving it herself at first’ has said Sarah Harding’s death from breast cancer was the ‘sadest thing’… as she stood up to cancer (pictured) in) 2021)

‘There is nothing like the look on someone’s face when they realize there is no cure for what they are being told. This is palliative care from now on.’

The Popstars: The Rivals host met The Promise hitmaker in 2002, when she auditioned to be part of the band, which was later renamed Girls Aloud.

They worked together in 2016 on the sports reality show The Jump, where Davina said that the contestants had ‘such good fun’, which was ‘the saddest thing ever’.

Davina also clarified that cancer sufferers themselves should not be to blame for failing to detect the disease in time for a successful treatment.

Happy: They went to work together in 2016 on the sports reality show The Jump, where Davina said the contestant had 'so good fun', which was 'the saddest thing' (pictured in 2016)

Happy: They went to work together in 2016 on the sports reality show The Jump, where Davina said the contestant had ‘so good fun’, which was ‘the saddest thing’ (pictured in 2016)

Throwback: The Popstars: The Rivals host met The Promise hitmaker in 2002 when she auditioned to be part of the band, which would later be called Girls Aloud (LR Nadine Coyle, Cheryl Tweedy, Kimberly Walsh, Sarah, Nicola Roberts) Name given.  Davina in 2002)

Throwback: The Popstars: The Rivals host met The Promise hitmaker in 2002 when she auditioned to be part of the band, which would later be called Girls Aloud (LR Nadine Coyle, Cheryl Tweedy, Kimberly Walsh, Sarah, Nicola Roberts) Name given. Davina in 2002)

‘We need to help people find ways to detect changes in their bodies, but never embarrass anyone, ever, ever, and least of all embarrass themselves. If you fall ill, it’s not your fault,’ he declared.

The judges of the Masked singer will soon stage Stand Up to Cancer on Channel 4, which is especially profound for her, having lost her sister Caroline as well as her mother Florence to the condition.

He believes funding for cancer is more important than ever because of the backlog of patients during the coronavirus pandemic.

Sara revealed that she was battling breast cancer in August 2020 and later said that she did not know how many months she had left to live after the cancer spread to her spine.

Tragic: Sarah revealed she was battling breast cancer in August 2020 and later said she didn't know how many months she had left after the cancer spread to her spine (pictured in 2017)

Tragic: Sarah revealed she was battling breast cancer in August 2020 and later said she didn’t know how many months she had left after the cancer spread to her spine (pictured in 2017)

In an excerpt from her autobiography Here Me Out, Sara said that Christmas 2020 was ‘probably her last’.

‘In December my doctor told me that this coming Christmas would probably be my last. I don’t want accurate forecasts. I don’t know why anyone would want that…

‘It is important for me now to be comfortable and as pain free as possible. I am trying to live and enjoy every moment of my life, no matter how long. I am drinking a glass or two of wine during this time as it helps me to relax.

The musician said she wanted to try and ‘enjoy’ herself…

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