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Girls Aloud is organizing a one-time reunion as a tribute to deceased group member Sarah Harding |  a musician

Girls Aloud is organizing a one-time reunion as a tribute to deceased group member Sarah Harding | a musician

a musicianIn honor of their late colleague Sarah Harding, who passed away in September 2021 after battling breast cancer, Nadine Coyle, Cheryl Cole, Kimberly Walsh and Nicola Roberts would like to be seen together one last time. Proceeds from the concert will go directly to Cancer Research.

The news was also officially confirmed by Nadine Coyle. She said in an interview with OK! Magazine that it’s a one-time reunion. With the proceeds, the group wants to raise money for research on cancer, the disease that killed fellow “Girls Aloud” Sarah Harding. And it sounded that, among other things, “We are preparing an event as a tribute to Sarah.” “We still think about her a lot.”

Cowell also explained what exactly the money raised will be used for. We want to raise money for medical equipment that can detect cancer early so people can be treated. We definitely want to do something to help others.” magazine.

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Nadine Coyle did not disclose further details. For fans of Girls Aloud, the news comes as a surprise. In February, Kimberly, one of the singers, indicated that the group had no plans to reunite. “I don’t feel comfortable without Sarah,” she told Mail Online.

Sarah Harding died in September 2021 at the age of 39 from cancer. The singer rose to fame after appearing in the TV series Popstars: The Rivals in 2002 where she, Cheryl Cole, Nicola, Kimberly Walsh and Nadine Coyle were chosen to form the girl group Girls Aloud.

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