After revealing that she had advanced-stage breast cancer back in August 2020, former Girls Aloud singer and Celebrity Big Brother winner Sarah Harding has opened up in a new exclusive with The Times Magazine about how she is ‘fighting for her life’ against the disease.
Giving the mag an extract of her upcoming memoir, she recalls life as part of a highly-renowned girl group, whilst also discussing how she delayed going to the doctors in lockdown because of the coronavirus pandemic.
"Nothing is certain any more", says the 39-year-old star, who has already undergone a mastectomy and chemotherapy, before moving in with her mother-turned-carer Marie.
Following her diagnosis, Sarah was put in a coma and nearly died, before being told that Christmas 2020 would likely be her last.
Now, she’s hoping to encourage those who may have their own concerns at home to get checked out as soon as possible, without delay.
Elsewhere, Elton John spoke out to praise Phoebe Bridgers’ album Punisher, after it picked up four nominations at this year’s Grammy Awards.
So passionate is he about the LP, which he describes as “a wonderful record of melancholy”, that he has threatened to “hit someone” if it doesn’t take home some of the accolades from the big night.
It came after the iconic singer sat down with Take That crooner Gary Barlow to record a special session in lockdown, as part of a series that Barlow had been putting together with other stars throughout the past few weeks and months.
You can check the performance out for yourself below:
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