She may not have much of one, yet Cheryl Cole is gearing up to perform on The Voice (UK).
Details after the jump…
The BBC have nabbed the former X Factor judge to perform her new single ‘Call My Name’ on next Sunday’s elimination show (May 27th). Pop icon Kylie Minogue will also take to the stage.
Cole’s appearance comes as a major coup for the broadcaster, who have waged a ratings war of sorts against all things Simon Cowell. Indeed, Cole and Cowell’s well-documented history together (brought to an abrupt end when he axed her from X Factor USA) is well documented, hence her appearance on “the rival” sends an emphatic message.
Yet, the joke could quite easily be on the 28 year old. For, it’s unlikely the Beeb would allow her to enact her favourite past-time of lip-syncing. Especially on a show touting vocals above all. Still, her tabloid celeb status ensures she’ll bring in huge ratings, so never say never.
In other Cole news, it is being reported that recording has commenced on the Girls Aloud reunion project; a project we’re wholly interested to see how plays out.
98.89% of the group’s talent lay with lead singer Nadine Coyle. Yet after her solo effort ‘Insatiable’ bombed something vicious in 2010 (while Cole’s career soared to higher heights), one has to wonder how the new dynamic would work. Time will tell…