Girls Aloud have raised over £1million for breast cancer charities in memory of late bandmate Sarah Harding.
Sarah died aged 39 in September 2021 after revealing that she had been diagnosed with cancer which had spread to other parts of her body.
Nadine Coyle, Kimberley Walsh and Cheryl recently supported Nicola Roberts as she took part in the Strictly Come Dancing Christmas special 2022 - which aired on BBC One yesterday.
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Posting photos of herself and former bandmates on Instagram, Nicola explained how the ladies are ending the year "with so much gratitude" in their hearts.
The post read: "When your girls bring you so much Christmas love! So nice to have them in the audience at Strictly to support me.
"We’re ending our year with so much gratitude in our hearts as we’ve managed to raise over One Million Pounds for research into breast cancer … as requested of us by our Electric Girl Sarah. We think of you and miss you everyday Sarah."
It comes after the group took part in a special gala and Race For Life in memory of Sarah.
They also recently released a vinyl of their iconic debut ‘Sound Of The Underground’, with 100% of the proceeds going to charity.
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