[[caption-width-right:300:How do you think I feel when you call my name?]]

Cheryl Cole (nee Tweedy) (b. 30 June 1983) is an English {{pop}} performer and breakout member of Music/GirlsAloud. Noted for being a "style icon" as well as a popstar, she's appeared in many fashion and gossip magazines due to her attractiveness and her enduring popularity. From 2006 to 2010 she was married to the footballer Ashley Cole, but since their divorce Cheryl has declined to revert to her former name. She sometimes uses just [[OnlyOneName "Cheryl"]] instead these days, though she claims this is only because her new logotype looked better that way on the album cover.

Since Girls Aloud went on hiatus in 2009, Cheryl has gone on to release three commercially successful albums, usually produced in part by [[BlackEyedPeas will.i.am]]. Some of her solo hits include "Fight For This Love", "Parachute", "Promise This" and the CalvinHarris-produced "Call My Name".

She's also known for being a former judge of ''TheXFactor'' UK (2008-2010) and mentoring the now-famous Music/CherLloyd.
* ''3 Words'' (2009)
* ''Messy Little Raindrops'' (2010)
* ''A Million Lights'' (2012)
* AutoTune: Her second and third studio albums were released at the height of the auto-tune craze and feature vocal processing quite prominently.
* BerserkButton: Gets ''very'' upset from hearing music played from a laptop, due to the sound compression.
* BreakupBreakout: From Girls Aloud, something the group's other members are yet to really achieve.
* EmbarrassingTattoo: She's admitted that some of the tattoos she had as a teenager are rather embarrassing. She's since had the ones on her back covered up with a gigantic rose.
* EvenTheGirlsWantHer: Music/KatyPerry started fawning over her when the former was a guest judge on ''TheXFactor'' and when the two appeared on Graham Norton's talk show together. Cheryl has admitted to fawning over Music/{{Beyonce}} and Music/{{Rihanna}}.
* TheFashionista: A famous real-life example. Has also been criticised for having questionable taste in fashion sometimes.
* FourthDateMarriage: Married her second husband, Jean-Bernard Versini, after only dating him for three months.
* GratuitousFrench: The entire hook in "Promise This".
* HiddenDepths: Is (allegedly) a member of [[http://www.ukastle.co.uk this site]], according to an UrbanLegend from a British football forum.
* MotorMouth: Self-described as "gobby" or "[[SelfDeprecation The one who just didn't ever shut up!]] I just talked all day!"
* MsFanservice: Although she's known to have been this for the decade she's been on the scene, her {{stripperiffic}} outfit choices in the video for her song "Ghetto Baby" got her into ''huge'' trouble [[MyGirlIsNotASlut with her father]].
* NewSoundAlbum: Averted. She's stuck to the same sound for all her studio albums -- dance-pop with a hint of world music, adult contemporary and R&B. Although some rumors suggest she may be going the way of Beverly Knight [well, musically, anyhow].
* NonAppearingTitle: ''Messy Little Raindrops'' is not a song on the album, but rather, [[AlbumTitleDrop part of a lyric from the track "Raindrops"]].
* OopNorth: She's a Geordie. Some of the auditionees on ''The X Factor'' will play up to this in hopes of getting a "Yes" from her.
* AWildRapperAppears: Her songs have featured the likes of Wretch 32, will.i.am, Travie [=McCoy=] and Dizzee Rascal.
* WhoWearsShortShorts: Well, [[ShesGotLegs she does have nice legs]], so it makes sense.