Cheryl Tweedy Claims ‘Sarah Harding’s Ghost Has Visited Her’

Cheryl Tweedy and Sarah Harding.
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Cheryl Tweedy has claimed she has been ‘visited by the ghost of her late Girls Aloud bandmate, Sarah Harding’.

The singer tragically died in September 2021, just months after being diagnosed with breast cancer, aged 39.

Opening up about the experience on the 5 Minutes On podcast, Tweedy said: “I was driving to Newcastle last year and for weeks I had been fiddling around with my car to try and get the Bluetooth working and I couldn’t.

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“I was so infuriated with it I gave up, I let it go for a couple of months.

“I got into my car and ‘Hear Me Out’ was playing, my phone wasn’t on, the music hadn’t been fiddled with, nothing, I hadn’t even plugged it in yet and ‘Hear Me Out’ was playing through the Bluetooth.

“I laughed and then I cried. What did she name the book after? ‘Hear Me Out,’ it was her thing.” 

Tweedy, along with her other Girls Aloud bandmates, recently paid tribute to Harding when they hosted and took part in a Race for Life through Hyde Park.

According to The Sun, they ‘raised thousands’ in her name.

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The band are also going to reunite in an upcoming one-off gig, as they pay tribute to their band member. 

Despite Tweedy’s claim, she is not the only one in the group to believe they have been visited by Harding.

Nadine Coyle revealed last year that she felt her presence while she moving things around.

She told The Sun: “There was a couple of days when my headphones just flew across the table when I was sitting getting my makeup done.

“It happened three days in a row for no reason, they just flew across.

“I was like, ‘Is this Sarah? Is she just throwing stuff?’.”

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Written by Rosario Monachino

Rosario is a content editor at IGV who specialises in film, TV and entertainment news. He has a degree in English and Film from the University of Salford and a masters in Journalism from Liverpool John Moores University.