Davina McCall paid tribute to her late friend Sarah Harding in a telethon on Channel 4’s Friday Against Cancer.
A photo of the late singer, who died after battling breast cancer in September, has hit the screen, with the 54-year-old TV presenter speaking from the heart.
Davina, a former member of Girls Aloud who died at the age of 39, said, “She leaves such a great legacy in her music.”
Emotional: Davina McCall paid tribute to her late friend Sarah Harding on Channel 4’s anti-cancer telethon on Friday.
Followers immediately showed their support on Twitter and wrote: ‘RIP Sarah Harding, very young. This is a tribute to # SU2C, ‘and’ Sarah Harding. ‘
Another added: ‘A nice tribute to Sarah Harding from Davina earlier. #StandUpToCancer. ‘
In a recent interview with The Sun, the masked singer spoke of her heartfelt reaction to Sarah’s death.
Former Girls Aloud member Davina (right), who died at the age of 39, said, “She leaves such a great legacy in her music” (photo 2016)
Sadiq: The audience showed their support in a heartfelt tribute on Twitter
Reflecting on their friendship, which has lasted for nearly twenty years, the singer said ‘absolutely brilliant’ and ‘very exciting to be around’.
He gave himself a lot of time because he couldn’t solve it before. This is always the most difficult thing for me, “he said.
‘There is nothing like the look on his face when he realizes that what someone is telling them is not a cure. This is followed by palliative care. ‘
The presenter of Popstars: The Rivals met the singer in 2002, when he was chosen to be part of a group later called Girls Aloud.
In 2016, Davina continued to work together on The Jump sports reality show, which Sarah said was ‘very entertaining’.
Davina McCall has previously said that Sarah’s death from breast cancer was “the saddest thing” (photo 2021)
Davina also said that cancer patients should not blame themselves for not being able to detect the disease in time for a successful treatment.
‘We need to help people find ways to detect changes in their bodies, but we need to help you humiliate yourself with no one, never, never, and most importantly. If you get sick, it’s not your fault, “he said.
Hosting Staying Cancer was especially deep for her, losing her sister Caroline and her mother Florence to the situation.
Retreat: Popstars: Competitors’ presenter was introduced to The Promise hitmaker in 2002 when he was selected to audition for Girls Aloud (LR Nadine Coyle, Cheryl Tweedy, Kimberly Walsh, Sarah, Nicola Roberts, Davina, 2002). was.
Davina thinks that the money allocated to cancer is more important than ever due to the accumulation of patients during the coronavirus pandemic.
Sarah revealed she was battling breast cancer in August 2020 and then said she didn’t know how many months she had lived since the cancer had spread to her spine.
In part of her Hear Me Out biography, Sarah said Christmas 2020 was ‘probably her last’.
Tragic: Sarah revealed she was battling breast cancer in August 2020 and then said she didn’t know how many months she lived after the cancer spread (photo 2017)
‘In December, my doctor said I would probably be the last of the upcoming Christmas. I do not want a complete forecast. I do not know why someone wants it …
‘Comfort and being as painless as possible is important to me now. I try to live and enjoy every second of my life, no matter how long. During all this, I drink a glass or two of wine, because it helps to relax.
The musician added that he wanted to try himself and ‘enjoy’ because he did not know ‘how many months are left’.
Annoyed: In part of the Hear Me Out biography, Sarah said Christmas 2020 was ‘probably the last’
How to check your breasts and what to look for
Liz O’Riordan is a breast surgeon and survives breast cancer
The most obvious sign may be a rise in the chest or armpits. It can be visible or it can only be clear when you feel it. However, other symptoms include sagging skin on the breast, an inverted nipple, or bleeding from the nipple. A red rash can also be an indication of a major problem.
HOW TO CHECK Hormonal balance is the best time to say that the tissue will naturally be less clumpy and painful. If you are in the postmenopausal period, any time is fine, although most women think that checking on the first day of the month is a good way to remember.
- Stand in front of a mirror without a top and check your breasts on your face, then on all sides. If your breasts are large, lift them up and check the skin underneath.
- Raise your hands above your head and look again – do they look different?
- Put your hands on your hips and tense your chest muscles and check again.
- Lie down to feel your breasts and push them towards the nipple tissue using the flat surface of your fingers. Feel your entire chest in a circular motion from your chest area to your armpits.
- Examine the armpit itself by pushing the skin and fat into your ribs.
- If you find a piece everywhere, look at the opposite chest or armpits – it will probably feel the same.
- If you are worried about something you found, check again in two weeks. If it is still there, see a doctor.