Girls Aloud star Sarah Harding is reportedly waiting to hear whether or not she is suffering from skin cancer following the removal of three potentially cancerous moles from her back last week.
The 30-year-old star under went the procedure last Wednesday, just two days before she joined the rest of her band mates to announce their return to the music scene last week. While the blonde was all smiles at the press conference, sources claim she is “incredibly stressed” and worried over the potential diagnosis.
A source told The Sun newspaper: “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.”
Sarah will reportedly find out the results later this week, with doctors “very hopeful” the moles were removed in time, with no further action needed. Girls Aloud revealed their first single in three years 'Something New' last week, which will mark a decade in music.
The rest of the band are said to be fully aware of Sarah's condition and are fully supportive during this difficult time.
“The girls are completely behind her,” the insider explained.
“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."
It hasn't been the easiest 12 months for Sarah. She entered rehab in September last year to fight alcohol and sleeping pill addictions. After being released the singer spent New Year with then boyfriend Theo De Vries, who she met in rehab, which ended in a violent exchange between the pair.
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