Sarah Harding Biography, Wiki, Death, Cause Of Death, Husband, Net Worth, Girls Aloud Singer Sarah Harding

Who was Sarah Harding?

Sarah Harding or Sarah Nicole Harding born Sarah Nicole Hardman on 17 November 1981 was an English singer, model and actress.

Sarah Harding’s Death, Cause Of Death

Girls Aloud singer Sarah Harding, 39, who had breast cancer, died on Sunday morning, her mother has said.

Harding revealed in August 2020 that she had been diagnosed with the disease, which had spread to other parts of her body.

Her mother Marie announced the news on Instagram, describing her “beautiful” daughter as “a bright, shining star”.

Earlier this year Harding revealed doctors had told her she would not see another Christmas.

Her Girls Aloud bandmates Nicola Roberts and Nadine Coyle led the tributes on social media.

Roberts, who shared photos of them together, posted: “I can’t accept that this day has come. My heart is aching and all day everything we went through together has raced round my mind… a part of me or us isn’t here anymore and it’s unthinkable and painful and utterly cruel.”

She added: “Electric girl, you made us. You gave it everything and still with a smile.”

Coyle wrote on Instagram: “I am absolutely devastated. I can’t think of words that could possibly express how I feel about this girl and what she means to me.”

Sarah Harding Biography, Wiki

Sarah Harding was born Sarah Nicole Hardman on 17 November 1981 in Ascot, Berkshire. She attended St Cuthbert’s Primary School in Egham until 1993. She was raised with two half brothers and moved to Stockport when she was 14. She attended Hazel Grove High School from 1993 to 1998, and later attended Stockport College where she studied hair and beauty. 

She then worked as part of the promotions team for two nightclubs in The Grand Central Leisure Park in Stockport, as a waitress at Pizza Hut, a van driver, debt collector and as a BT telephone operator. She also toured North West England performing at pubs, social clubs, and caravan parks to support herself. In 2002, she was recording dance tracks when she decided to audition for UK talent-search shows. She auditioned for Fame Academy and Popstars: The Rivals. and it was in the latter on which she found fame, pulling out of Fame Academy after being accepted into the first round of Popstars.

Harding also entered FHM‘s High Street Honeys 2002, the magazine’s national beauty contest. Her pictures appeared in the top 100, but Harding withdrew upon achieving success on Popstars.

BornSarah Nicole Hardman
17 November 1981
Ascot, Berkshire, England
Died5 September 2021 (aged 39)
Manchester, England
Years active2002–2021
Musical career
GenresPop, pop rock, dance-pop
LabelsPolydor, Fascination, Decca
Associated actsGirls Aloud

Sarah Harding’s Personal life, Relationships, Husband

Harding was in an on and off relationship with Calum Best from 2005 to 2006. The pair always remained friends.

Harding was engaged to DJ Tom Crane during 2011. She was also in a two-year relationship with DJ Mark Foster from late 2012 to late 2014.

In October 2011, Harding entered a rehab centre in South Africa, citing alcohol dependence and depression. She did not stop drinking alcohol altogether, but “reined it in.” On 16 April 2013, Harding received a six-month driving ban and was fined £605 after police officers caught her talking on her mobile phone while she was driving through central London. Harding had nine penalty points on her licence for speeding prior to the incident.

Harding wrote a memoir, Hear Me Out, which was published in 2021.

Sarah Harding’s Illness and death

On 26 August 2020, Harding stated that she had been diagnosed with breast cancer that had advanced to “other parts” of her body. In October 2020, it was reported that Harding was living with her mother in Manchester upon undergoing treatment. In March 2021, she said that the disease was terminal and that she did not expect to “see another Christmas”.

Harding died on the morning of 5 September 2021, aged 39, of breast cancer. Among those who paid tributes were Harding’s Girls Aloud bandmates Nadine Coyle and Nicola Roberts who said they were “absolutely devastated”. Geri Halliwell, Louis Walsh, Pete Waterman, Davina McCall, Alesha Dixon, Keisha Buchanan, Amelle Berrabah, Mutya Buena, Natasha Hamilton, Michelle Heaton, Kym Marsh, Brian May and Ian “H” Watkins also paid tribute to Harding.

Sarah Harding Movies Lists

2002Popstars: The Rivals
2005Girls Aloud: Home Truths
2006Girls Aloud: Off the Record
2007St Trinian’s
2007The Sunday Night Project
2008Bad Day
2008The Passions of Girls Aloud
2008The Girls Aloud Party
2009St Trinian’s 2: The Legend of Fritton’s Gold
2009Sarah Harding: In 24 Hours
2011Dating in the Dark
2012Girls Aloud: Ten Years at the Top
2012Run for Your Wife
2012Don’t Stop Me Now
2014The Voice of Ireland
2015Celebrity MasterChef
2015Coronation Street
2016The Jump
2017Celebrity Big Brother 20


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