Jade Goody documentary to hit screens
A documentary about Jade Goody and the work she did to help raise awareness of cervical cancer will be aired on the second anniversary of her death
A documentary about Jade Goody will be aired on the second anniversary of her death.
The former 'Big Brother' star lost her battle against cancer on March 22 2009 and the show, 'Jade Changed My Life' will explore how the 27 year old's death raised awareness of cervical cancer.
Producer Sarah Caplin said: "We feel Jade would want us to continue to help raise awareness of the disease."
The programme will feature contributions from her mother Jackiey Budden, widower Jack Tweed and former fiance Jeff Brazier, father of her two sons, Bobby, seven, and six-year-old Freddy.
Jeff - who is currently taking part in 'Dancing On Ice' - recently spoke about the suffering the boys went through following their mum's death.
He said: "For 10 months it was almost eerie. It was like they were almost unaffected by it all. And then we had six months of absolute hell where I could barely keep up with what was happening.
"It spiralled out of control so quickly. There were more changes in those six months than I've ever had to go through. It was by far the most difficult period of my life."