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22 June 2012, 13:03 | Updated: 22 June 2012, 13:08
The 'Promise This' singer says it would be "amazing" and "funny" if the girl band's story made it to the West End.
Cheryl Cole says she loves the idea of a potential Girls Aloud musical in the future, and would see a production as being a "compliment" to the girl band's ten year history together.
The 'Call My Name' singer is expected to reunite with her 'The Promise' band mates later this year to celebrate the band's tenth anniversary, and admits a West End production charting their rise to fame would be "amazing".
"That would be amazing! That would be funny!" Cheryl revealed to Digital Spy this week. "I can't imagine myself. Kimberley [Walsh] would be amazing because she's a theatre veteran now.
"It would be pretty amazing that someone could play those parts and make Girls Aloud [in the] theatre," the 'Parachute' singer admitted. "That would really be a compliment I think."
Check out a picture of Cheryl backstage at the Summertime Ball 2012 below (Credit: Ryan Phillips):
Earlier this week Cheryl revealed that she originally found it strange performing without the rest of Girls Aloud while promoting her solo material, but says she has now "settled into a groove" and loves singing live as her own artist.
Cheryl has also confirmed she recorded a "full-on" rap song towards her recently released third album 'A Million Lights', although the song did not make the record's final track listing, and says will.i.am is one of the only people in possession of her rap effort.
Cheryl Cole launched new album 'A Million Lights' in the UK this week following her huge success with the Calvin Harris-produced single 'Call My Name', which topped the Vodafone Big Top 40 two weeks ago.