Girls Aloud’s Sarah Harding is reportedly in the grips of a skin cancer scare.
Harding had three potentially cancerous moles removed from her back last Wednesday (October 17) – just two days before reuniting with Girls Aloud at a press conference in London.
According to The Sun, Harding will find out this week whether or not she has the disease, but doctors are said to be “very hopeful” that they have removed the moles in time. Phew.
A source told The Sun that Harding is understandably “stressing” about the situation:
“This is an incredibly stressful time for her. It’s early days and the doctors are very positive — but the word ‘cancer’ is terrifying to hear and Sarah is naturally stressing about it.”
Harding’s band mates – Cheryl Cole, Kimberley Walsh, Nadine Coyle and Nicola Roberts – are fully supporting her during this tough time, the source added:
“The girls are completely behind her. Some of the fans have suggested she hasn’t been enthusiastic about the tour, but the girls have told her not to stress because she’ll only run herself down and make herself sick.”
We hope everything is okay, that way we can all get back to being super excited about Girls Aloud’s big return.
The band reunited in London on Friday (October 19) to announce a brand new greatest hits collection, Ten – out November 26 – and a 12-date arena tour in 2013.
The girls also unveiled the sassy official video for their comeback single, “Something New. Check it out below!