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23 October 2012, 09:36
The 'Signs' rapper also says she is planning a team-up with US star Eminem for her next album.
Snoop Dogg has promised things will get "real big" for Cheryl Cole when he helps launch her music career in America by collaborating with her on her next record.
The 'Drop It Like It's Hot' rapper says a team-up with 'Call My Name' star Cheryl is "going to happen", and revealed this week that he haws been in talks with her manager will.i.am about working with the UK singer.
"I will work with Cheryl, that is for sure," Snoop told the Daily Star. "It's going to happen.
"Hip-hop sells in America and that is the direction her manager will.i.am wants to take her," he explained. "I have already talked with him about collaborating with her on her next album and I am down with it.
The 'Signs' rapper, who has worked with some of the biggest names in the music industry, also teased that Cheryl could also be working with rap star Eminem on her fourth studio album.
"[Will.i.am's] got some big names planned for her and is talking with Eminem as well.
"It's going to get real big for Cheryl," he added.
Check out a picture of Cheryl Cole performing live on her 'A Million Lights' UK tour earlier this month below (Credit: Getty):
Last week Cheryl reunited with her Girls Aloud bandmates to announce a greatest hits collection, new tour and new single, although claims in Cheryl's recent autobiography suggest this will be the band's latest run together as a girl group.
Girls Aloud's new single "Something New' is out on 18th November with greatest hits collection 'Ten - The Hits' out on 26th November.