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8 December 2012, 18:08
The '3 Words' singer speaks to Capital ahead of her performance at the O2 Arena in London.
Cheryl Cole has confessed that her outfit for the Jingle Bell Ball was caught at customs and she is yet to try it on ahead of her performance at the O2 Arena in London this evening (8th December).
The 'Call My Name' singer will take to the stage for the first of two performances this weekend later tonight, and said she has "no nerves" following on from her recent performances on her 'A Million Lights' tour.
She also made a surprise appearance earlier this year at Capital's Summertime Ball and wowed the crowd wearing with a neon multi-coloured jumpsuit at Wembley Stadium.
Asked if she had a similar extravagant outfit planned for today's performance, she confessed: "My outfit got caught at customs."
She continued: "It's because it was a mystery package, nobody knew what it was for."
The singer admitted she had to collect it earlier this morning and hadn't had the chance to try it on yet.
"I'm going to have to go through the whole thing in my dressing room," she added.
Cheryl performs on a line-up today which includes the likes of JLS, One Direction and Bruno Mars.
Listen to Cheryl speaking to Capital FM about her outfit for the Jingle Bell Ball 2012 below:
Tomorrow night (9th December), will see the singer reunited with her Girls Aloud bandmates on a line-up which also includes Conor Maynard, The Wanted and Pink.
Keep your eyes and ears on the ball by visiting our special Jingle Bell Ball area as we come live from this year's event across the weekend.
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