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14 June 2012, 17:34
The 'Call My Name' star describes the Scottish producer as the "man of the moment".
Cheryl Cole has described Calvin Harris as a "legend" after getting to work with the DJ and producer on her latest single 'Call My Name'.
The 'We Found Love' producer both co-wrote and produced Cheryl's lead single from new album 'A Million Lights', and Cheryl says it was a privilege to work with someone so talented.
"Calvin's a legend," she told i-D magazine this week. "He's the man of the moment.
"It doesn't matter where you go you hear a record of his being played," the 'Parachute' star explained. "It's a privilege to work with him. It's a privilege being able to work with talented people like that."
View a picture of Cheryl Cole out and about in Paris, France this week below (Credit: Splash):
Cheryl's comments come shortly after she hailed Beyonce as a huge inspiration for her career, hailing both the 'End Of Time' singer's ability as a performer as well as her personality off the stage.
The '3 Words' singer's brand new single 'Under The Sun' received its first play on Capital FM today (14th June) and was widely praised as "amazing" by her fans on Twitter.
Cheryl Cole topped the Vodafone Big Top 40 on Sunday (10th June) with 'Call My Name' and launches her third studio album 'A Million Lights' next Monday (18th June).
View full highlights of Cheryl's appearance at this year's Capital FM Summertime Ball below: