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Sarah Harding, former Girls Aloud member, dies at 39

Formed in 2002 on ITV’s Popstars: The Rivals, Girls Aloud was a five-piece group: Sarah Harding, Nadine Coyle, Nicola Roberts, Sheryl Tweedy and Kimberly Walsh.

Reproduction / Instagram / @sarahnicolehardingSarah Harding, former Girls Aloud member, dies at 39

Sarah HardingThe former singer of the British pop group girls out loud, died this Saturday, at the age of 39, a victim of a breast cancer. The information was confirmed by the artist’s mother, who used the famous woman’s Instagram to announce the sad news. “Many of you have watched Sarah’s battle with cancer and know that she struggled a lot from her diagnosis until the last day. She left peacefully this morning. I know she doesn’t want people to remember her for her fight against this terrible disease, she was a shining star and I hope she is remembered that way,” He said.

Girls Aloud was formed in 2002 on ITV’s Popstars: The Rivals, a five-piece group: Sarah Harding, Nadine Coyle, Nicola Roberts, Sheryl Tweedy and Kimberly Walsh. They had hits over a decade until their separation in 2013. The band’s first single was “Sound Of The Underground”, which reached number one on the UK charts. The song entered Christmas in 2002 and remained at the top for four weeks. She also led three more singles from the group – “I’ll Stand by You” (2004), “Walk This Way vs. Sugababes” (2007) and “The Promise” (2008) – UK singles sales. In total, the band has sold more than four million records.

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