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Behind the scenes:
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Sarah appeared on The Saturday Night Show on RTE, hosted by Brendan O’Connor.
She talked about her time on The Voice of Ireland, partying hard in her twenties, and now settling down in the country. She also spoke about being on ‘FaceTime’ to Nadine and talking about Girls Aloud songs to cover for her recent showcase!
Watch the interview again above, and there’s pictures on the forum linked below of her leaving the studios in Dublin.
If you missed it on Sunday, watch Kimberley and her mum Diane on Catchphrase Mothers Day Special!
Even though they just missed out on the final, they won an amazing £8,800 for The Haven charity!
Well done Team Walsh!
Sarah strutted her stuff at the O2 Islington Academy, in London last night, showcasing her new solo music to her fans.
Wearing a black bodice and fishnets, Sarah threw herself into a new, raunchy style.
She sung a few of her new songs but made sure she kept the crowd interested by throwing in some Girls Aloud songs and also covering Rihanna’s ‘Diamonds’.
Here are some videos:
Credit to @bellasnumptyx on Instagram
Credit to @chris_1987 on Instagram
Pictures from the gig are [HERE]
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Sarah appeared on Lorraine this afternoon, to launch Model Mates.
See more info about the competition here:
Pictures on the forum of Sarah on the show are [HERE]
*WARNING* The video contains upsetting scenes
When I climbed Kilimanjaro for Comic Relief five years ago it was honestly one of the hardest things I’ve ever done. The motivation lay in knowing it could help in eradicating malaria and ultimately saving lives by providing mosquito nets.
“I didn’t for one minute think that only a year later I would get malaria myself and become so ill that at one point I was given 24 hours to live. It was the scariest thing you could ever imagine for me and for my friends and family.
“The pain I felt and went through, it’s what so many people go through, all because they don’t have a mosquito net which could save their life. I was lucky, I had the best care I could get. Some people are not so lucky. A £5 mosquito net could keep a child safe and really does help.
In 2009 when I climbed Kilimanjaro a million kids a year were dying of malaria, now five years later it’s 150,000 less per year. That’s 150,000 kids saved so we are beating malaria. But there are still hundreds of thousands who still need our help. Sport Relief money goes to helping provide mosquito nets to help the people that need it most.
“I’ve decided to speak out about this again now because having experienced it, it’s obviously very close to my heart and I want people to know how easy it is to help.
To make a donation, call 03457 910 910 now or go to http://www.sportrelief.com/donate
After Sarah missed her first appearance 2 weeks ago due to being ill, she rescheduled and made it to the Loose Women studios this afternoon.
She talked about her first solo gig last night at Kensington Palace and how it was to perform on her own, talking about being excited for her showcase next week, nerves and just loving being back on stage again. She also spoke with Jamelia about her time as a mentor on The Voice of Ireland.
Thanks to Will for uploading the video on Youtube, watch the interview again.