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  1. I have been thinking about this for a while. Would Girls Aloud have worked in the US? Or are they too British? Let me know what you guys think.
  2. Sarah, 39, is urging people with health concerns to see a GP — after she avoided hers because of Covid. In her new book Hear Me Out, Sarah recalls: “At first I thought it was just a cyst. The trouble was the pain was getting worse. It got so bad that I couldn’t sleep in a bed. Eventually my skin started to bruise. By now I was terrified. “One day I woke up realising I’d been in denial. Yes there was a pandemic but it was almost as if I’d been using that as an excuse not to face up to the fact that something was very wrong.” Sarah publicly revealed last August that she had cancer which had advanced to other parts of her body. But she was rushed to intensive care before her chemo had even begun, after a port fitted into her chest led to sepsis. Sarah wrote: “With both my lungs and kidneys failing, doctors decided to put me into an induced coma. “Even once I was off the ventilator I couldn’t speak properly. All I could do was make noises like a chimpanzee trying to communicate.” Sarah went on to start chemo and had a mastectomy. She writes: “I remember the surgeons saying they would make a drawing of what parts of my breast needed to be taken away and it was virtually all of it. I’m so glad that mum was there waiting for me because when I woke up I screamed the place down. “Now there’s just a bunch of stitches where my breast used to be. I can’t look at myself in the mirror anymore. I don’t recognise myself.” While treatment appeared to be working, further scans revealed she had a second tumour – either at the base of her spine or in the brain. During her initial treatment at Watford General Hospital last summer, Sarah was placed on a ward with male dementia patients. Nurses used her middle name, Nicole, to ensure she had some privacy. She added: “I had one scary night when a guy from the other ward was wandering around threatening to beat people up.” In Hear Me Out, serialised in The Times, Sarah said she had been told by her doctor that Christmas 2020 would be her last. She writes: “Comfort and being as pain-free as possible is what’s important to me now. "I’m trying to live and enjoy every second of my life, no matter how long it may be. I’m at the stage now where I don’t know how many months I have left. Who knows, maybe I’ll surprise everyone. “Right now I am trying to find joy whenever and however I can. Life has got so much smaller and my priorities have changed, but the other Sarah Harding is still in there somewhere too.” Sarah added: "Hear Me Out will also reveal Sarah’s life story, including her rise to fame in Girls Aloud – one of the UK’s most popular all-female groups." Sarah confirmed she was writing the book in December, after being approached about her writing her story a month after her diagnosis last August. Sarah has been supported by her family and friends, including her Girls Aloud bandmates, Cheryl Tweedy, 37, Nadine Coyle, 35, and Kimberley Walsh, 39, throughout her journey. Sarah was part of the iconic UK girl group, Girls Aloud! This is such sad news!
  3. The biggest British girl group of the 00s, Girls Aloud was rumored to have a reunion, but now thanx to Sarah Harding's stage 4 cancer diagnosis in which she revealed, her doctor's basically told her, she won't make it to Christmas this year. Unfortunately Sarah Harding is now terminally I'll, streams Ten, to prove the girls legacy especially in the UK.
  4. I have been listining to there debut album Sound of the underground again and i have forgotten how Good they are. album highlights are life got cold and all i need (All i dont) if you have not heard the album or any Girls Aloud Album please listen
  5. I was wondering if anyone on Exhale is a Girls Aloud fan? They are a British girl group with lots of bops I'd love to know your fave songs from them
  6. Move over, PCD. There's a new reunion in town! There's buzz that Girls Aloud is planning to get together again to celebrate the band's 20-year anniversary. Nadine Coyle reportedly said in a new interview they're still in the very early stages of planning something, but discussions are underway. Exhale, do we have any Girls Aloud fans in here? Thoughts on this potential comeback?
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