EXCLUSIVE: Cheryl wouldn't say no to returning to The X Factor celebrity version
The X Factor’s upcoming celebrity version is perhaps the least well-kept secret in entertainment but one person who is still keen for a spot on the judging panel is long time fan favorite Cheryl.
The pop star has had a long and varied history with the show, starring as a judge between 2008 and 2010 and then returning in 2014 and 2015.
But speaking to Metro.co.uk about her relationship with Simon Cowell and the show she admits she ‘wouldn’t say no if they asked me’.
‘I would have to go and talk to them properly and find out exactly what it is is about, I don’t know too much about it at the moment,’ she admitted, adding that she ‘loved’ working on the show.
‘I have a passion about music and people, so I did love my time on there and I wouldn’t say no if they asked me.’
As for her working relationship with Simon Cowell, she admits it’s great and that they ‘have a brother sister relationship where even when you hate each other you love each other really’.
Although he’s a difficult man to get hold of these days as apparently ‘he doesn’t have a mobile phone anymore’ because it ‘did his head in’.
The 35-year-old singer recently released Let You – her follow-up single to the divisive Love Made Me Do It – and it became an instant smash among music fans.
Co-written by Cheryl, former Girls Aloud bandmate Nicola Roberts, and Chiara Hunter, she insists it wasn’t about any of her exes, and that it was Chiara who was the one ‘having boyfriend troubles at the time’.
‘We were gossiping and listening to her stories and finding things we all related to, and I know that if everyone in the room can relate to that one subject if you release it that’s how people will hear it as well, so it was really fun,’ she said.
And yes, she knew it would be a hit: ‘There is always a vibe in the room… it was so much fun to record that I knew people would relate.’
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