Girls Aloud will reunite for a one-off charity concert with Cheryl Tweedy after bandmate Sarah Harding's death04/18/2022
GIRLS Aloud will reunite for the first time in nine years for a one-off gig in memory of their late bandmate Sarah Harding.
Nadine Coyle, 36, has revealed she will return to the stage with Cheryl Tweedy, 38, Kimberley Walsh, 40, and Nicola Roberts, 36, for a show following Sarah’s breast cancer death last September, aged 39.
The four-piece hope to raise funds for medical kit which will help detect cancer earlier.
The group, formed on Popstars: The Rivals in 2002, had planned a reunion tour to celebrate their 20th anniversary, which was scrapped after Sarah’s death.
This one-off event is expected to take place later this year.
Nadine said: “We’re planning a night for an event to raise money in honour of Sarah.
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“We want to do something to help others.
“She’s very much in the forefront of our minds.
“When she became unwell, a lot of my energy was focused on her.
“Her passing has been so devastating.”
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It is a U-turn from February, when Kimberley said she did not think it would be right to reunite without Sarah.
She said at the time: “I think our heads are not in a space to be doing anything as a band.”
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All five members performed together for the last time in March 2013 in Liverpool.
They had a private reunion in the Cotswolds in 2020 following Sarah’s breast cancer diagnosis.
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