Sarah Harding's new song leaves Girls Aloud fans in tears amid her cancer battle

SARAH Harding yesterday released a never-before-heard song amid her cancer battle – and it left Girls Aloud fans in tears.

The 39-year-old is helping to raise money for The Christie NHS Foundation with the track that's titled Wear It Like A Crown.

Her emotional fans praised "brave" Sarah for sharing the music that she rediscovered while she was researching her autobiography, Hear Me Out.

One fan said: "This song is everything I would expect from a solo Sarah Harding song… It's so unmistakably her!!!!

Another said: "Well when i was sorting Spotify playlists out, this was the LAST thing I was expecting to see…. Wow!!! @SarahNHarding. What an absolute tuuuuuune."

Someone else added: "It’s outtt I love it so much @SarahNHarding thank you for blessing our ears and sharing it with us, so so proud of you."

The tune was recorded by Sarah ten years ago as a side project from Girls Aloud.

Following the release of Hear Me Out last week, Girls’ Aloud’s 2004 track of the same name surged back into the charts.

It was a new entry at No28 on The Official Big Top 40 over the weekend.

Sarah recently reunited with her Girls Aloud bandmates Cheryl, 37, Nadine Coyle, 35, Kimberley Walsh, 39, and Nicola Roberts, 35, at a posh members’ club Soho Farmhouse in Oxfordshire for an overnight stay.

Their secret reunion was the first time they'd all come together in eight years.

Girls Aloud scored 21 top ten singles including four number ones after being put together on Popstars: The Rivals in 2002. They split in 2013.

Sarah announced last year that she has advanced breast cancer and said this week that she did not know how many months she had left to live.

She was diagnosed in early 2020, and was later told the devastating news that it had spread around her body.

But she's told how she's "fighting hard and being brave".

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