Cheryl Cole made a brave outfit choice at this weekend's Capital Summertime Ball
It takes a brave woman to step out in front of thousands of people wearing a skintight, multi-coloured, neon catsuit, but that’s exactly what Cheryl Cole did this weekend.
The singer was the surprise guest at Capital FM’s Summertime Ball where she took to the stage at Wembley Stadium to perform her current single Call My Name.
There’s no doubt that Ms Cole’s look was eye-catching, but what do you think of it? A bold choice or a garish one? Let us know what you think in the comment box below.
The Geordie star explained her dazzling look just before hitting the stage and revealed that it had been created by designer Pam Hogg, she said: ‘Well the thing is, I was really lucky enough to have it made by a woman called Pam Hogg – who specialises in making catsuits.
‘But when you’re doing such a big event like that [Summertime Ball], it’s a stadium – we played here before with Coldplay – people at the back can’t see a thing.
‘You know they might get the odd clip on the screen or whatever but you become teenie tiny, so I thought I’d be bold and bright and give everybody a view.’
For her arrival at the London venue, Cheryl wore a much more simple coral shift dress by Hakaan, and after her stand-out performance, Cheryl sported the same frock as she headed to the Rose Club in London to party with her former Girls Aloud bandmate Nadine Coyle, hushing rumours that the pair have been feuding.
WATCH: Cheryl Cole’s Summertime Ball 2012 performance below…