Pop star most like to imitate: Meatloaf. Mine tend to be men because of my voice. I would like to do Meatloaf, as he is a bit mad. Carrying on with that theme, it would be good to do George Michael too!
Pop star that most resembles personality: Robbie Williams. He is an entertainer. He is loud and lairy. He is a showman
Biggest fear: Tripping up on heels, which I don’t normally wear. My clothes falling off, hitting the wrong notes and forgetting the words
Cheryl has a real ear for music - she has taught herself how to play guitar, alto saxophone, drums, percussion and the keyboard without ever having a lesson!
She’s really looking forward to getting dressed up and performing and admits that she is hyper and full of energy, but half an hour before show time she likes to take a quiet moment to calm herself down.
Cheryl says her nerves are good and they encourage her to go out and do the job without tripping up.
"It is a new challenge and it is different to acting. I am looking forward to it, in a weird and wonderful way."
Cheryl's charity: chYps
chYps Children’s Hospice at Home has pioneered a different concept in children’s hospice care. Instead of taking the child to a hospice, chYps take the hospice to the child, by delivering palliative and cancer care in the family home.
This enables the young patient -babies, children and young adults - to spend precious time with their parents and siblings, in a place of comfort.
Hospice care is not just about treating symptoms – chYps cares for the whole family by providing emotional support for the patient, siblings, and parents.
This care extends to families living in West Kent and the London Borough of Bexley.
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