The singer opened up during an appearance at Radio 1 to talk about new single Call My Name
It may be hammering it down in London but the show must go on for Cheryl Cole.
The singer braved the early morning rain for an appearance on the Radio 1 Chris Moyles Breakfast Show yesterday and, apart from a slight grimace, didn’t let the hideous weather affect her one bit.
The star ignored the chilly temperatures and opted to wear a blazer, yellow vest top, oh-so-tight animal print trousers and hot pink wedges for her radio appearance.
Lovely Cheryl, who is currently Marie Claire’s cover girl, even stopped to sign autographs for fans that had waited outside the studios for her.
Speaking to Chris Moyles, Cheryl remained professional and rather coy when asked questions about Simon Cowell, who she’s reported to be writing a tell-all book about.
She said: ‘We’re frenemies… nothing’s changed there. I have spoken to him many times since. If you’re asking if there were interesting conversations, absolutely.’
The star also confirmed that Girls Aloud would be reuniting for their ten-year anniversary in November, as well as stating that she’s too busy to date men at the moment.
Cheryl, 28, was on the radio show to promote her new single, Call My Name, which is released June 18.
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