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Sarah Harding's Girls Aloud pal Nadine says star's ghost is 'throwing stuff' in her house

Sarah Harding tragically passed away from breast cancer last month aged just 39, leaving behind her family, friends, and former bandmates. Girls Aloud’s Nadine Coyle was reportedly “close” to the singer and believes that her friend is still visiting her from beyond the grave.

Since Sarah’s sad passing, Nadine has noticed several occasions in which items have been hurled across the room without anyone throwing them.

Nadine, 36, thinks that her former bandmate might be trying to communicate with her.

Whilst the Irish star was shooting a TV show for her home country called Last Singer Standing, she claimed that ghostly antics on set had left her colleagues “screaming” in fear.

The singer claimed that Sarah had “definitely made her presence known” several times.

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“There was a couple of days when my headphones just flew across the table when I was sitting getting my make-up done,” she said.(sic)

The star went on to reveal that the incident happened for three days in a row without explanation.

“The girls in hair and make-up was saying, ‘It has to be Sarah, there’s no reason why they would fly so far’,” she continued. (sic)

“And then I was talking about her one night in my house and something was flying off a shelf. I was like, ‘Is this Sarah? Is she just throwing stuff?’

“It is so fresh and I’m still thinking she’s going to phone, I’m still at that stage of it. Then stuff was flying around and I was thinking, ‘Could that be…?’”

When the singer was quizzed about whether she takes comfort in the supernatural, she confirmed that she “definitely” does.

“The hair and make-up girls were running screaming like, ‘Not again! What’s happening?!’ But I was looking like, ‘Maybe it could be.’

“I just want her to send me a text going, ‘Yeah it’s me, I’ve just thrown your headphones at you.’,” she told Ireland’s RTE Radio 1.

Sarah and Nadine were in Girls Aloud from 2002 to 2013, along with bandmates Cheryl, Kimberley Walsh, and Nicola Roberts.

The group was originally formed on ITV’s Popstars: The Rivals in front of millions of viewers.

Girls Aloud went on to have multiple hit songs, including Sound of the Underground, Love Machine, and The Promise. 

The band were planning to reunite for a 20th-anniversary tour in 2022, but that was cancelled after Sarah’s death.

One week after Sarah’s death, Nadine posted a heartfelt message to Instagram paired with pictures of the two of them.

“One week without you!! Thinking of you all day everyday & trying to imagine how your new journey is going,” she wrote.

“Please feel free to come visit me anytime. I know lots of people will want some Sarah spirit time so I can wait my turn. 

“I hope you now know how much you are loved & how you impacted so many lives by being wholeheartedly yourself. 

“Always an inspiration, always a shining light & always my friend!!” she concluded.


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