Girls Aloud's 'Hear Me Out' enters charts following fan campaign for Sarah Harding
21 March 2021, 19:15
The song is one of Sarah's favourites and was co-written by her with Girls Aloud.
Girls Aloud have returned to the charts following a fan campaign for singer Sarah Harding.
Last year, the star tragically revealed she'd been diagnosed with breast cancer. Earlier this week, Sarah released her autobiography Hear Me Out where she revealed that the cancer is sadly now terminal.
The book shares its name with the 2004 Girls Aloud song 'Hear Me Out', which was co-written by Sarah.
In a show of support, fans have campaigned to get the track back into the charts... and this Sunday, they did it! 'Hear Me Out' was a New Entry at Number 28 on The Official Big Top 40, the UK's biggest chart show.
I can’t thank everyone enough for all the kind and loving messages that I’ve received since the weekend. It means so much to me and to my mum. Today’s a special day because it’s publication day for Hear Me Out. At last. I actually can’t believe I’ve done it! pic.twitter.com/LPt4Y8Zr0T— Sarah Harding (@SarahNHarding) March 18, 2021
Sarah's Girls Aloud bandmates have been behind the campaign all week, encouraging their followers to keep streaming and downloading the track as they've seen it rise up the charts.
This is amazing! Thankyou for doing this for Sarah. To be able to tell her this is so special ♥️ https://t.co/nEw9BDRyKh— Nicola Maria Roberts (@NicolaRoberts) March 18, 2021
You guys!!! Sarah will really appreciate this & so do I!!! Thank you all for everything!!!❤️ Forever the best fan base ever!!!! ❤️ Keep downloading!!! ❤️❤️ https://t.co/n08X1XHmzI— Nadine Coyle (@NadineCoyleNow) March 18, 2021
We're sending all our love to Sarah and her friends, fans and family at this time.