The pair were 'a little bit shaken' but fine after the incident in the US late last night
Cheryl Cole and rapper Will.i.Am have reassured fans they’re ‘fine’ after being involved in a car crash in Los Angeles last night.
According to reports, the pair were travelling back from a late night studio session when the collision took place, with Will’s swanky Cadillac smashing into a parked car.
But luckily, police and medics were soon on the scene.
It’s thought Cheryl walked away ‘shaken’ but unhurt, while Will was whizzed off to the Cedars Sinai hospital with mild whiplash.
Shortly after the incident, the pair took straight to Twitter to reassure worried fans they were fine.
‘Car accidents are not dope. I’m glad I’m OK,’ Will.i.Am wrote.
He explained: ‘We’re fine,’ he added. ‘Cheryl Cole [and I] were coming back from the studio but she and I are fine… just a little wiplash [sic].’
Cheryl added: ‘Don’t worry me and @iamwill are fine, promise.’
Meanwhile, Will’s manager Polo Molina wrote: ‘Just spoke to @iamwill, everything is OK. He and Cheryl Cole are both fine. It was a minor fender bender after a long day/night in the studio.’
‘A little bit shaken BUT thankful that no one got hurt.’
We’re glad to hear everyone’s ok!