CHERYL Tweedy held back tears as she spoke of how Sarah Harding will be remembered on Ladies Aloud’s forthcoming reunion tour.
The singer promised to make it “magical for Sarah” in an psychological chat on Friday’s episode of The A single Exhibit.
Presenter Roman Kemp asked the team how they felt about “stepping ahead into a new journey” without having Sarah, who unfortunately died following a courageous fight with cancer in 2021.
Cheryl responded, indicating: “It really is extremely odd, if I am fully honest.
“We have observed just about every stage of the way of this a little bit unusual. Currently being thoroughly straightforward it will in no way be the very same as it was.”
Turning to location a hand on Nadine Coyle’s knee, and with her bandmate keeping her hand, Cheryl continued: “But we are just attempting our quite best to make it magical with Sarah in thoughts.”
The singers including Nadine, Nicola Roberts, Kimberley Walsh and Cheryl appeared dressed in black as they discussed their reunion following a 10 years absent.
“We’d experienced masses of discussions coming up to our 20 12 months anniversary and definitely these discussions included Sarah,” Kimberley explained.
“So regrettably, just after she handed absent, that went out the window.
“We concentrated on other issues. Then it was likely over the summer months we spent a lot of time jointly. There was a variety of change I suppose, we felt this kind of an outpouring of like in the direction of the group and for Sarah.
“Suddenly it just felt like, do you know what, probably we are completely ready to celebrate people 21 years. And also celebrate her.”
Cheryl agreed: Simply because she desired to do it so a great deal as properly. We’re going to honour her the finest way we can and make it magical.”