‘Sarah's been on my brain every waking hour,' says Cheryl Cole as they reveal what happened at a secret Girls Aloud reunion after Sarah Hardings's cancer diagnosis.https://t.co/XQUXccSNVb— British GLAMOUR (@GlamourMagUK) March 15, 2021
Sarah Harding has revealed that Girls Aloud had a secret reunion this summer, marking the first time all the girls had been together in more than 8 years.
Following Sarah's cancer diagnosis announcement in August, the Girls met up at a countryside hotel and got together sharing laughs and stories while watching their (iconic) 2006 docu-series Off the Record. Sarah adds that Cheryl was mortified about most of her own very candid footage while Nadine didn't remember most of it.
Sarah also has a book out today, titled Hear Me Out and Cheryl has actually penned a chapter writing that her bandmate has"’been on my brain every waking hour – so much so that I feel like I want to be with her. Of course, that’s not possible. Sometimes, she and I FaceTime, she sounds strong, and we can chat away happily for hours. Other times she’s just wiped out. I suppose that’s the nature of it; it seems so unpredictable. Initially, I felt helpless. I struggled to find the right words to say when I spoke to her, and I didn’t know what to do or how to be. Now I just want to be there for her in any way I can. She might want to cry or rant or even have a laugh, but wherever it is, just be there."
For all the UK fans
Let's make today special for Sarah Harding! She releases her autobiography 'Hear Me Out' named after a Girls Aloud song that she co-wrote & we want to get that song to #1 on ITunes it's back up & currently only 59p let's download & show @SarahNHarding how loved she is #HearMeOut pic.twitter.com/vc0f9HajUp— will (@This_Is_Will_) March 18, 2021
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