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11 June 2012, 13:56
The singer chats to Capital about her surprise performance of 'Call My Name' at Wembley Stadium.
Cheryl Cole has hailed her Summertime Ball performance as the "best moment" since she recorded her new album 'A Million Lights'.
The Girls Aloud star appeared as a surprise guest at Wembley Stadium on Saturday (9th June) and wowed the 80,000-strong crowd with a performance of new single 'Call My Name'.
Speaking to Capital FM today (11th June), Cheryl admitted she had been eagerly awaiting her performance at the event.
"I had the best time I've had in a long time. The best moment since I recorded the album," she said.
Despite the event marking her first major live return, Cheryl said she did not feel nervous before taking to the stage.
"It was amazing. For the first time I was excited to get on the stage, I wasn't as nervous.
"A TV studio is always a different feeling but to play to a live crowd like that is the best feeling ever."
Watch Cheryl talking to James Barr about her Summertime Ball performance below:
'Call My Name' went straight to number one on the Vodafone Big Top 40 following her performance at the Summertime Ball.
Her third album 'A Million Lights' is released next week.
You can hear James Barr's full interview with Cheryl Cole tonight on Capital between 7pm-11pm.