HER pop music comeback failed to set the charts on fire but Cheryl Tweedy’s best pal Kimberley Walsh has a new career plan in mind for her.
Kimberley, who was in Girls Aloud with the Call My Name singer, insists Cheryl is destined for stardom on London’s West End.
She might have failed to land a pop comeback with Love Made Me Do It, but Cheryl Tweedy’s musical career might not be over[/caption]
Long-time pal Kimberley Walsh says Cheryl is destined for stardom on the West End as she’s got that ‘tough but vulnerable attitude’ that’s ideal[/caption]
In an exclusive chat, she said: “I really want Cheryl to do a musical. It’s tough going, tougher than pop star life but I think she could do it — absolutely.
“I think she would be an amazing Roxie in Chicago. She’s got the tough but vulnerable attitude.”
Kimberley was joined by Cheryl and another of their former bandmates Nicola Roberts at the opening night of her latest musical venture, Big.
The singer, who stars alongside The Wanted’s Jay McGuinness, added: “I loved having Cheryl and Nicola in my dressing room backstage before the show.
Kimberley says working on musicals is ‘tougher than pop star life’ but that Cheryl could ‘absolutely’ do it[/caption]
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“I’ve been doing it for so long I don’t find it distracting. We were just laughing and joking – getting glammed up.
“They loved the show and say they are going to come back another night and just wear their scruffy clothes.”
If anyone can bag Cheryl an audition, it’s Kimberley.
Cheryl and former bandmate Nicola Roberts joined Kimberley at the opening night of Big The Musical[/caption]
Kimberly and Cheryl shot to fame in Girls Aloud, along with bandmates Nadine Coyle, Sarah Harding and Nicola Roberts[/caption]
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