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From new songs to former relationships. Capital takes an alphabetical look at the Girls Aloud star's incredible career.
The star is set to release her highly anticipated new album 'A Million Lights on 18th June.
The singer won the BRIT Award for Best British Single back in 2009 with her Girls Aloud band members for their hit 'The Promise'. She has also received two nominations as a solo artist.
he star changed her surname from Tweedy to Cole when she married England and Chelsea footballer Ashley Cole in July 2006. The couple split in 2010.
Cheryl Cole and Derek Hough on stage during the Capital FM Summertime Ball at Wembley Stadium.
The star joined a host of famous names for the charity single and cover of R.E.M's 'Everybody Hurts' which was aimed at raising money for the victims of the Haiti earthquake.
The singer's smash hit single went straight to the top of the Vodafone Big Top 40 chart and was the lead single from her debut album '3 Words'.
Alongside Nadine Coyle, Kimberly Walsh, Sarah Harding and Nicola Roberts the singer is 1/5 of one of the most successful British girl bands of all time.
Cheryl's had a number of dinner hair styles through the years, but most recently has returned to her famous long dark wavy locks.
Girls Aloud released the track, a cover of 'The Pretenders' original, in 2004. It was selected as the official Children in Need charity single and went to number 1 in the charts.
Cheryl Ann Tweedy was born on 30 June 1983 in Newcastle upon Tyne, England.
Cheryl scaled the gruelling 19,300 feet to the African mountain's summit in 2009 for Comic Relief.
Cheryl is one of the main faces for the cosmetic giant's hair and beauty ranges.
Cheryl had a major health scare in 2010 when she caught Malaria whilst on a trip to Tanzania. Thankfully, she made a full recovery.
The track served as Girls Aloud's second single and was taken from their 2003 debut album 'Sound of the Underground'.
The name of Girls Aloud's most recent album, which was released in 2008 became their best-selling record to date.
The lead single from Cheryl's second album 'Messy Little Raindrops', which topped the Vodafone Big Top 40 back in 2010.
Cheryl helped celebrate by performing a duet with Gary Barlow outside Buckingham Palace
Cheryl has often admitted being a big fan of the 'We Found Love' singer and says she hopes to collaborate with the star at some point in the future.
Cheryl has had six hugely successful singles since going solo from Girls Aloud, including 'Fight For This Love', '3 Words', and her latest release 'Call My Name'. Picture: cherylcole.com
Cheryl hails from Newcastle Upon Tyne in the Tyneside region of the UK.
The name of Girls Aloud's debut album as well as the name of Cheryl's first ever single release alongside bandmates Sarah Harding, Nadine Coyle, Kimberley Walsh and Nicola Roberts.
Cheryl's love of clothing has made her a hit with a number of fashion magazines, including Vogue, on which she has appeared as a cover star. Picture: Cheryl Cole.com
Cheryl Cole and Cameron Diaz arriving for the UK premiere of What To Expect When You're Expecting
Cheryl was a judge on the programme for two years before briefly joining The X Factor USA, where she was replaced after just four weeks by Nicole Scherzinger.
a song from Cheryl's second album 'Messy Little Raindrops', which featured a rap from Travie McCoy.
Cheryl's star sign is cancer because she is born on 30th June. Cancer's are defined as cute and hard workers - two qualities the 'Call My Name' star definitely demonstrates.