Nadine Coyle claims she has been receiving signs from late Girls Aloud bandmate Sarah Harding

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Nadine Coyle has revealed that she believes she got cues from her late Girls Aloud bandmate Sarah Harding, including when she was at home and ‘something flew off the shelf’.

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The 36-year-old singer spoke about how the past few weeks have been “terrible” since Sara died of breast cancer in September at the age of 39.

to speak on Ryan Tuberidy Show On RT Radio 1, Nadine explained how she recently filmed the Irish musical talent show Last Singer Standing, where she feels Sarah has sent hints of her presence.

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Hint: Nadine Coyle has revealed that she believes she got cues from her late Girls Aloud bandmate Sarah Harding, including when she was at home and ‘something flew off the shelf’

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She said: ‘I was very close to him in life. Certainly things have happened, she has made her presence known several times. As I was shooting for the show, it was all right in the middle and people were being so kind.

‘There were some days when the headphones just flew off the table and it happened three days in a row and the makeup girls were saying, “It has to be Sarah.”

‘One night I was taking about myself in my house and something flew off the shelf. I was like, “Is this Sarah?” I am still thinking that she will call.’

Nadine told how the filming schedule for the show was already set after hearing the news of Sara’s demise.

Sign: The 36-year-old singer told how she got signs from Sarah, who died of breast cancer in September, that things were turning around on her own in her house.  (pictured together in 2004)

Sign: The 36-year-old singer told how she got signs from Sarah, who died of breast cancer in September, that things were turning around on her own in her house. (pictured together in 2004)

She said: ‘The show was scheduled, everything was booked. They could not take leave to mourn for me. It was straight back in work. Everyone was so kind and patient with me, it was great. ‘

The hitmaker also said that it has been a “painful year” since she first learned of Sara’s diagnosis.

She said: ‘It seems like almost two years at this point, it’s been a really painful year. It is a cruel disease and I know many people suffer from it. We definitely lost a great one there.’

Nadine also revealed how close the pair were and said that they kept in touch for a long time even after Girls Aloud separated.

She said: ‘She was incredible. Me and Sara have been close and have always been close. We were a great support for each other in the band and through the years that followed.’

Nadine said: 'It seems like it's actually been a year and a half, almost two years at this point.  It is a cruel disease and I know many people suffer from it.  We definitely lost a great one there' (pictured together in 2004)

Nadine said: ‘It seems like it’s actually been a year and a half, almost two years at this point. It is a cruel disease and I know many people suffer from it. We definitely lost a great there’ (pictured together in 2004)

On Sunday, Nadine posted a heartwarming picture of herself with Sara.

Sharing the photo on their Instagram stories, both of them are seen smiling while attending an event.

In the snap, Nadine, dressed in a shimmery gold outfit, accompanied the post: ‘She looks so happy in it!’

Sarah and Nadine were in a chart-topping band from 2002–2013 with Cheryl, 38, Nicola Roberts, 35, and Kimberly Walsh, 39.

Sarah died of breast cancer on September 5, with her mother confirming her death on Instagram.

No plans: Kimberly Walsh revealed that all plans for Girls Aloud's 20th anniversary reunion tour have been put on hold in the wake of Sarah's death (pictured in March).

No plans: Kimberly Walsh revealed that all plans for Girls Aloud’s 20th anniversary reunion tour have been put on hold in the wake of Sarah’s death (pictured in March).

It comes after Kimberly Walsh revealed that all plans for Girls Aloud’s 20th anniversary reunion tour have been put on hold in the wake of Sarah’s tragic death last month.

Speaking in a new interview, the 39-year-old mother-in-law clarified: ‘It’s not really something we’re even thinking about frankly, as the situation is.’

talking to Sun, Kimberley said: ‘No one is in that headspace right now.’

A day after the news of Sarah’s passing was announced, Kimberley shared a touching message in her friend’s honor on social media, writing: ‘Beautiful Sarah this is too bad. To wake up and to know that you are truly gone is a lot to bear.

'Not thinking about it': Speaking in a new interview, the mother-in-law of three clarified: 'It's not really something we're even thinking about clearly, as is the situation'

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