Who is Sarah Harding? Pics, Celebrity Big Brother, Husband, Wiki, Biography

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English singer

Born: November 17, 1981, Ascot, United Kingdom

Died: September 5, 2021, Manchester, United Kingdom

Parents: John Adam Hardman, Marie Hardman

Celebrated Name Sarah Harding

Nick Name Sarah Harding

Birth Name Sarah Harding

Birth Date 1981-11-17

Gender Female

Profession Singer

Nationality British

Place Of Birth Ascot, Berkshire, England

Birth Nation England

Ethnicity British-white

Race White

Religion Roman Catholic

Horoscope Scorpio

Father John Adam Hardman

Mother Marie Hardman

Siblings 2

College / University Stockport College

Marital Status Unmarried

Source of Wealth Acting, singing and modeling career

Height 5 ft 7 in or 170 cm

Weight 58 kg or 128 pounds

Body Type Slim

Hair Color Blonde

Eye Color Blue

Body Measurement 35-25-34 in or 89-63.5-86 cm

Dress Size 6 US

Cause Of Death Breast Cancer

Death Date September 5, 2021

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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.

On 26 August 2020, it was announced that Harding had been diagnosed with breast cancer that had advanced to “other parts” of her body.

In October 2020, it was reported that she was living with her mother in Manchester upon undergoing treatment.

In March 2021, she announced 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 the remaining members of Girls Aloud, Nadine Coyle and Nicola Roberts who said they were “absolutely devastated”, whilst Kimberley Walsh added that her “heart was broken”, and Cheryl stated that Harding would be “forever in [their] hearts”.

A number of celebrities took to their social media and also paid tribute to Harding.

The proceeds from Harding’s final single “Wear It Like a Crown” were donated to The Christie NHS Foundation Trust, which manages the Christie Hospital to fund research by the cancer treatment centre caring for Harding prior to her death.

Girls Aloud singer, Sarah Harding was born on 17th November 1981 and grew up in the North West of England.

Her father was in a band and Sarah herself was in a girl band in her teens.

In 2007, Sarah Harding modelled underwear and swimwear for Ultimo.

Girls Aloud were the winning group of five girls that came out of ITV1’s Popstars: The Rivals. Sarah Harding controversially took the last spot, although Javine was expected to get into the group. Girls Aloud were managed by Louis Walsh.

Girls Aloud proved hugely successful and had fifteen consecutive top 10 hits including three number ones.

In an interview with The Telegraph, Sarah Harding said: “You just don’t know who to trust. Anyone we meet through work is just an acquaintance. When we’re not together, we all just hang out with our old friends from home.”

In June 2009, The Mail carried photos of Sarah Harding, her boyfriend Tom Crane and their puppy Corker. The article coincided with the transmission of the BBC2 drama Freefall, in which she was cast.

In 2009, Sarah Harding was cast in the new St Trinian’s film, The Legend of Fritton’s Gold.

Also in 2009, Sarah Harding with Mahiki founders Nick House and Piers Adam opened a nightclub Kanaloa.

In 2015, she was one of the celebrities on Celebrity Masterchef.

The following year, 2016, she was one of the celebs on Channel Four’s The Jump.

However, Sarah Harding became the sixth celebrity to have to withdraw from the The Jump due to injury.

Also in 2016, Sarah Harding was cast in Ghost The Musical. It was her theatre debut.

In August 2017, she won Celebrity Big Brother series 20.

In 2020, she was diagnosed with breast cancer.