Sarah Harding ‘missed Girls Aloud bandmates who were like her sisters’ reveals ex Chad Johnson

SARAH Harding missed her Girls Aloud bandmates, who she saw as sisters, her last boyfriend Chad Johnson has revealed.

Chad, who dated Sarah after meeting on Celebrity Big Brother in 2017, revealed she was so proud of everything she achieved with her Girls Aloud bandmates Cheryl Tweedy, Kimberley Walsh, Nicola Roberts and Nadine Coyle.

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Sarah Harding really missed her Girls Aloud bandmates[/caption]


Sarah saw the group as more like family[/caption]

In an exclusive interview with The Sun, the 34-year-old American revealed that she would spend hours watching back their videos with him and even her auditions from Popstars: The Rivals in 2002 — where the band was  formed.

They  went on to notch four UK No 1 singles and 21 top ten songs before they split in 2013.

Chad recalls: “Sarah loved to talk about her Girls Aloud girls.

“She made it clear they were very close friends, which wasn’t surprising given how many years they had been together.

“I think Sarah really missed the girls. They were like her sisters.

“They were family.

“There had been squabbles between a few of them and Sarah would talk about it.

“But I could read through it. I said to her, ‘You just miss them.’ Yes to her it sounded like some of the girls were saying things about the others but I knew that she just missed them.”

He continues: “Sarah just wanted everything to go back to being the way it was. She was so proud of what they had achieved together and what she had done with her life.

“Sarah played me Popstars: The Rivals clips so I would understand where she came from.

“And she loved to show me clips from when she was in Girls Aloud.

“We’d watch her old performances and live gigs. She was so proud of them. She liked to show me her singing and performing.

“Sarah loved their song The Promise. She had a big solo part, she was so proud of it.

“She used to play it to me and look at me, it was like she was trying to tell me something. She was so proud of that song.”

Sarah was diagnosed with advanced breast cancer last August, and it then spread.

Her mum Marie revealed that she had died on Sunday, sparking a wave of heartfelt tributes from her former bandmates.

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Girls Aloud were hugely successful before splitting in 2013[/caption]

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What is breast cancer and how does it spread?

Breast cancer is the most common type of cancer in the UK – with one woman diagnosed every ten minutes.

While most women can get breast cancer, it is most common in women who are over the age of 50.

According to Cancer Research UK, breast cancer starts in the breast tissue.

Breast cancer develops when abnormal cells in the breast begin to grow and divide in an uncontrolled way and eventually form a growth.

Most invasive breast cancers are found in the upper-outer quadrant of the breast.

If it’s not diagnosed and treated it can move through the lymph or blood vessels to other areas of the body.

Each year in the UK there are around 55,200 new breast cancer cases.

This equates to around 150 new cases a day.

It also accounts for 15 per cent of all new cancer cases each year.

If the cancer is diagnosed at its earliest stage then 98 per cent of people will survive the disease for five years or more.

If it is diagnosed at the latest stage, then just 26 per cent of people survive for five years or more.

What are the four stages of breast cancer?

Stage one: The cancer is small and only in the breast tissue – but can also be found in lymph nodes close to the breast.

Stage two: The cancer is either in the breast or in the nearby lymph nodes or both.

Stage three: The cancer has spread from the breast to the lymph nodes or the skin of the breast or the chest wall.

Stage four: The cancer has spread to other parts of the body.

What are the signs?

  • A lump in the breast or armpit
  • Changes in the positioning of the nipple
  • Nipples leaking in women who have not had children
  • Skin changes

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