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Girls Aloud will reunite for a charity gala in honour of their late bandmate Sarah Harding on Saturday.
Cheryl, Kimberley Walsh, Nicola Roberts and Nadine Coyle have been working on The Primrose Ball since Sarah passed away aged 39 in September 2021 following a battle with breast cancer.
In an interview with The Sun, Kimberley explained that the band will not perform at the gala because it "wouldn't feel right" without Sarah.
"We've always said that we wouldn't perform together at the gala without Sarah. It just wouldn't feel right, it's too sad. We've got other people to perform our songs for us," she said.
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Kimberley shared that Olly Alexander from Years & Years will be performing their debut single Sound of the Underground while Chrissy Hynde will sing her song I'll Stand By You, which Girls Aloud famously covered. Sarah's St Trinian's 2: The Legend of Fritton's Gold co-star Ricky Wilson will perform the Kaiser Chiefs' smash hit I Predict A Riot.
One of Sarah's dying wishes was for her bandmates to organise a charity event to raise money for breast cancer research.
"It feels good to be doing something that she wanted and something positive," Kimberley added. "That's what's important. What I've found hard is people moving on with their lives and Sarah not being here.
"That's hard because, for her friends and family, we are always thinking about her. Nothing can bring her back but, with the gala and the walk, she is involved in our daily lives and that feels special."
Kimberley was unable to participate in the charity walk with Cheryl, Nicola and Nadine back in June.
The Primrose Ball, which also features an auction, will be hosted by Fearne Cotton at The Londoner Hotel. It will raise money for the Sarah Harding Breast Cancer Appeal.
Celebrities' honest opinions on cheating .
Adam Levine's recent allegations of infidelity are causing a stir, as it's unearthing many questions around the concept of cheating. For example, who is to blame? Can Instagram model Sumner Stroh be at fault, even when she is nearly half Levine's age? Does Levine's statement, "I did not have an affair, nevertheless, I crossed the line," mean that sending flirty and provocative DMs is not considered cheating? Is there a problem with the continuous reference of Behati Prinsloo's beauty when discussing the sad possibility that her husband cheated on her? Many celebrities have weighed in on the current situation, and many others have opened up about the issue in the past. Alas, cheating is nothing new, especially in the world of Hollywood. For some stars it's the end of their relationships, while others try to stick it out with their partner. So click through to see what the stars have to say about infidelity—from all angles.