Kimberley Walsh reveals Girls Aloud reunion is on hold as band support Sarah Harding through terminal cancer battle

KIMBERLEY Walsh has opened up about her Girls Aloud bandmate and friend Sarah Harding’s cancer diagnosis.

In an exclusive interview with The Sun, the 39-year-old revealed any reunion is on hold saying all of the girls have made their co-star's health a priority.

Sarah has advanced breast cancer and was rushed to intensive care with sepsis where she spent a fortnight in a coma that left her unable to speak for weeks.

She thought chemotherapy was working until the secondary tumour destroyed her hopes.

She is refusing radiotherapy treatment on her skull for a tumour because she does not want to lose her hair — with no health guarantees at the end of it.

And Kimberley – who is due to give birth to her third child any day now – explained how she, Cheryl, Nadine Coyle and Nicola Roberts have all been getting together to look after their pal.

It will be 20 years since Girls Aloud burst onto the music scene with their debut hit single, Sound of the Underground.

But, when asked if there were any plans for a reunion, Kimberley insisted all the girls have made Sarah’s health a priority.

She exclusively told us: “It’d be lovely to think that there'd be an opportunity at some point to get back on stage with the girls.

“But, obviously, at the moment, we're all just focusing on being there for Sarah and it's not where our heads are at.

“But, of course, if that was ever a possibility, it would be something that we would all love!”

Kimberley – who is working with McCain and Family Fund to highlight the importance of meal times – also reflected on the fact that Girls Aloud got a shout-out from Little Mix, as they became the first ever girl group to win Best Band at the BRITs earlier this month.

“I love the Little Mix girls,” Kimberley told us.

“We've always been big supporters of theirs and Nicola works with them a lot, writing for them.”

She continued: “I did think it was a really lovely gesture to mention some of the girlbands, and not something that anyone expected.

“It was really lovely, and I’m really pleased for them!”

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