Former bandmates of Sarah Harding have paid tribute to the late Women Aloud star on what would have been the singer’s fortieth birthday.
Struggle For This Love singer Cheryl posted a video to her Instagram web page that includes a number of clips of the noughties girl group and Harding at reside live shows, award ceremonies and chat exhibits.
Harding passed away following an ongoing battle with breast cancer, on 5 September aged simply 39.
She revealed in August 2020 that she had been identified with the illness, which had unfold to different components of her physique.
Cheryl captioned the video: “Recollections could also be all we’re left with, however they’re sufficient to final a lifetime #Sarahs40th.”
The video additionally featured snippets of interviews with Cheryl and Women Aloud bandmate Kimberley Walsh about their good friend and colleague.
“Seeing this blonde bombshell operating across the audition like a madwoman, even within the boot camp when she went as much as sing she was operating up there and chatting, chatting, chatting,” says Walsh.
“(She) At all times stood out as her personal character, type of the loopy one which was distinctive and in her personal world,” provides Cheryl.
Women Aloud fashioned in 2002 on the TV present Popstars: The Rivals, and featured Harding, Cheryl – then Cheryl Tweedy – Walsh, Nadine Coyle and Nicola Roberts.
Roberts additionally paid tribute on Instagram, saying: “Glad Earth birthday Sarah. Love, miss and fascinated about you on a regular basis.
“I really feel your vitality such as you’re nonetheless right here. Want we may have ran riot round city like we used to to your massive 4.0 right this moment!
“Trigger a supernova up there electrical woman.”
Different stars akin to actress Michelle Gayle and singer-songwriter Talia Dean additionally added emotional messages.