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Fan campaign takes a Girls Aloud song to no1 in the UK + Girls respond



In what is increasingly becoming a new way of showing fan appreciation to your idols, a fan vampaign has brought a 2004 Girls Aloud album track to the top of the UK iTunes chart.

The song in question is titled Hear Me Out and was co-written by GA's very own Sarah Harding, who is fighting a difficult battle with cancer. The song also lends the title to Harding's autobiography in stores today.

The Girls have also taken to their socials to thank their fans and express their support for Sarah.





https://instagram.com/p/CMkDXDkAGuJ




Sarah has also seen it:







Source 1: https://twitter.com/NadineCoyleNow/status/1372559742485344256?s=20
Source 2: https://twitter.com/KimberleyJWalsh/status/1372506773966454784?s=20
Source 3: https://www.instagram.com/p/CMkDXDkAGuJ/?utm_source=ig_embed
Source 4: https://twitter.com/This_Is_Will_/status/1372481891568353283?s=20
Tags: books / authors, british celebrities, celebrity social media, girls aloud, health problems, music / musician (pop), nadine coyle, nostalgia
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