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I'm Charlie, I've started this website on my own to support Cheryl, I've been a fan of Girls Aloud since 2005 and was always drawn onto one particular member and that was Cheryl, the fansite is part of me showing my fan support and to give other fans the best source to news and pictures.
I'm 22, living in London and currently a student studying photography and looking to pursue a career in the music industry as a music photographer.
Posted On July 27th 2012 by Charlie | Categories: Gallery Additions
I’ve added 500+ 1080p High Definition screen captures of the Under The Sun video, check them out! Extra smiley Cheryl caps for y’all. Click images below to view images in the gallery:
Here it is! The Anthony Mandler directed video features Cheryl in a 60s look. Single is out September 2nd.
Posted On July 12th 2012 by Charlie | Categories: Videos
Check out a new behind the scenes video of Cheryl shooting for S Moda Magazine 2 months ago at the W Hotel rooftop, sexy!
Posted On July 10th 2012 by Charlie | Categories: Interviews
In this week’s issue of Grazia, we bring you Lottie Lumsden’s exclusive interview with Cheryl Cole. The Geordie popstar reveals she’s fighting back against the internet bullies with a little help from Prince Charles and her new charity Cheryl Cole Foundation, which launched at the end of last year. She also dishes on her embarrassing slip-up when meeting Charles himself and her difficult childhood in Newcastle. For the full interview, get thee to the newsagent pronto but because we’re generous folk, we wanted to bring you a taster. Read on for the highlights…
On The Cheryl Cole Foundation
‘I’m sick of talking about myself and my career and I had an overwhelming sense of needing to do something for charity. I wanted to give back.’
On internet bullies
‘In the last few years I’ve been bullied on Facebook and Twitter. It’s evil and very public. People judge my appearance and hair, and say that I look fat. And I want to help these young people because I know how it feels to come out on the other side and be someone who achieves.’
On her upbringing in Newcastle
‘There were a few near misses. When you live in an underprivileged environment like some of the kids I’ve met you do make the wrong decisions and you hang out with the wrong people.’
On the Duchess of Cambridge
‘Kate is really down to earth and we talked about fashion and she said she loved my music. She was incredibly girly and sweet.’
On Prince Harry
‘Everybody knows I have a soft spot for Harry. He’s cute. I’ve met him several times and we laugh about it. It’s a bit of banter between us. He’s so ordinary and a normal 27-year-old who is living in a crazy world and we can bond over that.’
Posted On July 7th 2012 by Charlie | Categories: Interviews
Cheryl Cole survived a near-death experience, divorce, and an axing from The X Factor US to make her new album. Alan Corr meets the people’s pop princess and hears why she feels like a real woman now
Curled up and coquettish on the couch of a penthouse suite in London, Cheryl Cole has a look of unreality about her. She’s all dimples and big hair and every inch of the 5′ 3″ People’s Pop Princess is dressed head to toe in her beloved and slightly chavtastic print patterns – a black shirt with small white love hearts, grey jeggings with red polka dots, and clunky heels with, you guessed it, red polka dots.
She’s quite a vision. Fame, any fame, does that to the beholder but after three solo albums, stealing the public’s hearts on X Factor, and becoming a tabloid fixture, Cheryl is surprised as anyone that’s she’s gotten this far. “Of course,” she says in the Newcastle accent that proved impenetrable to American TV viewers but which has charmed her adoring public. “Having a career in music at all is pretty unbelievable . . . ”
The last time I met Cheryl she was more sullen than sultry. It was eight years ago and Girls Aloud had recently won Pop Stars: The Rivals, the talent show forerunner to X Factor and they were gathered together in a Dublin hotel room strewn with the aftermath of a takeaway meal. The heady scent of chicken curry and pizza wasn’t exactly the sweet smell of success.
Maybe the pong was too much for Cheryl because she spent most of the interview outside on the balcony deep in conversation on her mobile phone. When she finally joined us, she remained slightly removed and a little impatient with the whole chore of meeting the media.
A lot has changed. Cheryl Cole is now Britain’s surrogate Lady Di, the people’s pop princess who’s transcended mere pop stardom, the Geordie who’s been remade and re-launched by Simon Cowell and more recently, will.i.am. In fact, so great has Cheryl’s reinvention been that even that ugliness with that toilet attendant back in 2003 has been airbrushed from history.
“I’ve been through dark times, don’t get me wrong. I’ve seen the dark side but I like to think that me music is light and refreshing and empowering. I hope it’s not dark.”
Cheryl hit up Sin City this week to begin her marathon celebration of her 29th birthday with family and friends including Kimberley Walsh, Nicola Roberts and will.i.am. Cheryl kicked off the parties at various clubs including the XS on the eve of her birthday and a surprise lunch on her birthday followed by a pool party. Happy Birthday Cheryl! Click images below to view images in the gallery:
Posted On June 29th 2012 by Charlie | Categories: Uncategorized
Happy Birthday Cheryl from all the visitors of Cheryl Online and me. Cheryl turns 29 today and is currently in Vegas partying it up with Kimberley and Nicola. This post is to celebrate the amazing 29 years that Cheryl has graced us with, let’s all wish her a Happy Birthday by tweeting her @CherylCole. Here’s to the incredible first half of 2012 and many many years of amazing music and her rather odd yet charming humour. Can’t wait to see how the rest of this album campaign plays out and of course the Girls Aloud reunion! Most importantly, PARTY HARD!
You can all give Cheryl a very special birthday present by donating to the Cheryl Cole Foundation where the proceeds would go towards disadvantaged kids with big dreams from Newcastle. Go HERE to donate, we’ve raised over £2,400 so far!
P.S. Here’s a Happy Birthday from your fave Brit Brit:
Posted On June 27th 2012 by Charlie | Categories: Interviews
LIZ MAGAZINE has sent Cheryl Online an EXCLUSIVE interview with Cheryl. Check it out below! The interview is a Google translation of the interview so this is not 100% accurate. Please do not post anywhere else, link back to Cheryl Online or the Liz Magazine link below.
Your first solo album is titled “3 Words”. Can you define the new in three words?
I would say “fun”, “pop” and “dubstep”. These are the three things that make up the album.
Why have you chosen to name this new album “A Million Lights” (“A Million Light”)?
I felt like that the disc feels like a pop album. It does not aim to be deep and dark, it is simply supposed to be good. “A Million Lights” seemed like an appropriate title because all the work was bright and punchy. Visually, much can be done with this title. I will soon go on tour and I could do a lot of things with “A Million Lights”, including playing on the sense of wellbeing, spark …
In your opinion, is it your best album?
Absolutely, and it’s not just my opinion because my label and all those who listened seemed to think the same thing.
During recording, did you specific examples for the musical direction you wanted to borrow?
Producers with whom I worked have brought new sounds and tried new things. They were inspired by the studio environment. I do not think the album is reminiscent of a particular artist, it just sounds fresh and new. I mainly worked with Alex da Kid, Calvin Harris. I also worked with Jim Beanz who was the author of Timbaland for several years. Lana Del Rey also wrote a song.
One recognizes the tab Lana Del Rey on the title “Ghetto Baby”. How have you encountered, both?
In fact, I have not met Lana in person. I had this model of it before it released his hit song “Video Games”. So I have known Lana as a writer before meeting her as a pop star. This is a fantastic author.
Have you an idea of the next single?
This will be really difficult to choose the singles because I like all the songs for different reasons. The second single will be “Under The Sun”, a title of Alex da Kid, which opens the album. “Screw You” could potentially be the third single. We’ll see …
The album cover was made by Ellen Von Unwerth. How did you choose this photographer?
She is amazing and really talented in photographing women. There is some difficulty in the act of photographing a woman while making it appear very feminine and fashionable. It’s hard to find somebody who knows these things, especially for the cover of a pop album. So that was the person to whom it must turn to what I wanted. She is very talented.
On this cover, we see that you have tattooed hand. How many tattoos do you have in total?
I have four.
Check out the rest of the interview HERE
Cheryl Ann Tweedy Cole is a British pop singer. First came out to the scene when she won a singing competition Popstars: The Rivals forming a girl group Girls Aloud. With 6 studio albums, and 20 Top 10 singles, has since gained even larger success by becoming a judge on British talent show The X Factor. Launching her solo career in 2009 with her debut solo album 3 Words, her first single Fight For This Love reached #1 on the UK charts as well as a #1 album, Cheryl is continuing to win Britain over with her charm and success, establishing herself as The UK's Queen of Pop, there is no doubt Cheryl is on the way for global superstardom.
Ten - The Hits Tour
DVD Release Date: TBA
Girls Aloud - Ten
Peak Chart Position - 9
Released - November 26 2012
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