Sarah Harding lost her fight with cancer and passed away at the young age of 39. Despite receiving chemotherapy, she disclosed at the year’s end that the disease had spread to her lungs and spine, and that she would not live to celebrate another Christmas.
On the artist’s Instagram, where she also shared a photo of herself and her kid, the artist’s mother, Marie, revealed the terrible news.
“It is with great pain that I announce to you today that my beautiful daughter, Sarah, has unfortunately passed away. Many of you knew that Saraha was diagnosed with cancer and fought so hard until her last day.
He died this morning in peace. I want to thank everyone for your support over the last year. It meant a lot to her and it gave her strength and comfort to know that she was loved.
I know she wouldn’t want to be remembered for her fight against cancer – she was a real bright star and I hope that’s how she will be remembered, ”the artist’s mother added.
Sarah Harding rose to fame in 2002 with the British band Girls Aloud. In December, last year, she revealed she had terminal cancer and would not make it to the next Christmas, which sadly proved true.
The artist battled the illness to the fullest and attempted every therapy in the hopes that it would prolong her life despite the doctors’ warnings that she has only a few months to live.
Last summer, Sarah Harding received the diagnosis of breast cancer. Cancer spread to her body despite receiving extensive therapy and having a mastectomy.
In December of last year, doctors delivered the heartbreaking news to her that she may not have another Christmas. And all of this after her disease progressed to her spine, tumors developed on her brain and lungs, and she was already near the end of her life.
She wrote a book called “Hear Me Out” in March about her battle with the illness, vowing to live each day to the fullest. However, after that, she stopped posting on social media.
In 2002, Sarah Harding rose to fame.
Harding was a member of the British group “Girls Aloud”, which was created in the late 2002 season of Popstars: The Rivals. Performers like Cheryl Cole, Nadine Coyle, Sarah Harding, Kimberley Walsh and Nicola Roberts made up the ensemble.
The five have recorded five studio albums and three compilation albums during the course of their musical careers, two of which are currently at the top of the UK’s best-selling record label.
With twenty successful hits, the band has achieved the most appearances in the top 10 of the UK Singles Chart than any other all-female band.