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Their long-running feud could reignite as the pair both perform at the awards
Tensions will be running high at the Brit Awards this year, as despite a long-running feud, both Cheryl Cole and Lily Allen are set to perform.
Their war of words goes right back to Cheryl’s early Girls Aloud days, when the pair often antagonised each other with harsh comments in interviews.
Lily has also been less than kind about Cheryl’s hubby Ashley.
And since then a host of wicked comments have been flying back and forward between the pair.
Just last month it seemed like the girls had buried the hatchet, putting their bickering aside for a make or break meeting.
But feisty Mrs Cole later reignited the flames, branding Lily a ‘lilttle girl’ for joking about her during their attempt to make the peace.
Tensions will be running high on the night of the awards, as the pair are both up for the Best Single gong.
This is Cheryl’s only nomination, while the lovely Lily also features in two other categories: Best Album and Best Female Solo Artist.
Who do you think should take home the Best Single trophy? Cheryl, Lily, or none of the above? Let us know your verdict in the comments box below.
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