Former Girls Aloud star Sarah Harding has shared a message of thanks for the "love and support" she has received since revealing she has cancer.

The former Celebrity Big Brother star, 39, said she "can't deny things are tough right now" after she revealed in August that she had breast cancer that had spread.

On Thursday she tweeted: "Hi everyone. Thank you so much for all the messages of love and support that I've received since my last post.

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Harding also said she has been asked to write an autobiography.

"It came at such a good time as it's given me something fun & positive to focus on while I've been stuck at home in between trips to the hospital for treatment," she said.
 

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Harding became famous in 2002 when she was on the music reality TV show Popstars: The Rivals with Cheryl Tweedy, Nadine Coyle, Nicola Roberts and Kimberley Walsh.

The band that they formed on Popstars was Girls Aloud which lasted until 2009 before officially breaking up in 2013.

Harding later appeared on Channel 4 reality show The Jump, on which she suffered a knee injury and was forced to pull out.