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According to reports, Cheryl Cole is thought to be considering having elocution lessons because she wants to crack America, and Simon Cowell apparently told her that US audiences might not be able to understand what she is saying. However, a professor of English language at Sheffield University has said she could damage her appeal at home by doing so.
Joan Beal is quoted as saying: “If she is seen to be changing her accent for commercial reasons, this could damage her image here… In the UK, the Geordie accent is viewed very positively and studies of reactions to accents consistently show that it is considered friendly, honest and generally attractive. There are lots of voice coaches who claim to be able to soften regional accents, and I’m sure Cheryl would have access to reputable ones who’ve worked successfully with actors. But does she want to be seen as putting on an act?”
CHEEKY Cheryl Cole looked like she had taken inspiration from Paddington Bear by wearing an oversized trilby hat.
The X Factor judge, 25, and the rest of Girls Aloud were spotted in Sheffield on their way to their gig at the city’s arena last night.
Her bandmate Sarah Harding, 27, also looked hot as she donned a pair of sunglasses with bright red arms.
The singers – currently riding high in the charts with latest single Untouchable – are in the middle of a hectic nationwide tour and are due to play Manchester’s MEN Arena tonight.
A fan in Sheffield said: “The girls have become true style icons and they didn’t let us down – they looked fab
Newly released GIRLS ALOUD pictures show CHERYL COLE flashing her perfectly pert derriere onstage, rivalling the peachy CHEEKY GIRLS at their own game.
The Geordie singer wore the ridiculously short skirt, or should that be belt, as the sexy group took their sold-out Out of Control tour to Sheffield.
The skimpy attire also gave fans a glimpse of the stunner’s tattoed left cheek and ink work on her right thigh.
Now that’s certainly no bum deal
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For someone who’s ‘uncomfortable’ with pole dancing, Cheryl Cole certainly doesn’t show it.
The 25-year-old singer recently confessed to feeling awkward performing the lap dance-style manoeuvres as part of the Girls Aloud tour.
But last night the X Factor judge threw caution to the wind and went wild as she swung and gyrated around the pole, clad in a revealing crop top and sparkly black trousers.
Dancing queen: Miss Cole took to the pole in Sheffield last night during the Girls Aloud Out Of Control Tour, despite being ‘uncomfortable’ with the routine
Raunchy: The singer donned a series of revealing outfits, including this eye-catching, corset-style ensemble
‘I must confess, I feel very uncomfortable with that routine,’ Cheryl told this week’s Hello magazine.
And her fellow bandmate Kimberley Walsh also said that she finds it embarrassing
‘It’s not sleazy, it’s just a dance,’ she explained. ‘Although I admit when my dad and gran came to watch, it felt a bit weird.’
‘I’m just not very good at swinging on it. By the time we get to that stage of the show, I’m like, “Oh, God, here we go again!”‘
The band were at the Sheffield Arena for their Out Of Control tour last night and delighted fans with their high-energy performance of dancing and singing.
During another performance, Cheryl donned a corset-style ensemble which split at the bust and revealed her healthier, curvy figure.
Despite nursing a painful foot injury following her epic Mount Kilimanjaro hike in February, Cheryl was ever the consummate professional and didn’t let the upset get in the way of her performance.
Girls together: The five-piece group delighted fans with the performance of high-energy dancing and singing
Earlier this month she had to undergo the ordeal of doctors drilling a hole in her toe nail in a bid to stem the pain.
Speaking of her injury, Cheryl said:‘ I’ve just been to see the doctor and he’s drilled a hole in my nail to release the pressure.
‘I feel quite disturbed. When I was training for the climb, my boots were too tight, which put pressure on my toe and the nail went black.’