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12 August 2012, 09:39 | Updated: 12 August 2012, 09:44
The 'Under The Sun' star jokes that Tom will have time to take her diving now he's won a bronze medal.
Cheryl Cole is just one of the many stars to tweet messages of congratulation to Tom Daley after his Olympics victory yesterday, and the two have even suggested they will get together soon for a diving lesson.
The 'Call My Name' star has been vocally supportive of 18 year-old British diving sensation Tom on Twitter in the weeks leading up to the London 2012 Olympics Games, tweeting him to say good luck before the men's 10m final event yesterday, and memorably asked him to teach her how to swan dive several weeks ago.
"Congratulations @TomDaley1994… You did us all proud… !!" Cheryl tweeted last night, after Tom Daley emerged as the bronze medalist in the diving final. "Now you should have some free time to teach me that dive !! :D.
"@CherylCole I will :) we need to get it organised! I will DM you now :)" Tom later replied, suggesting that the two do intended to meet up at some point.
View a picture of Tom Daley posing with his bronze medal yesterday below (Credit: Twitter):
The Olympic medalist also received messages of congratulations from the likes of Coldplay, Ed Sheeran, Lawson and Little Mix, who all posted tweets to the sports star to celebrate his victory.
"@TomDaley1994 Massive congratulations Tom!" Coldplay simply tweeted, while Ed Sheeran wrote: "Yes @TomDaley1994!!!!!!"
Lawson frontman Andy Brown posted a message to the diving star, after joking earlier in the week that people often say the two look uncannily similar.
"Congrats Tom Daley laaaar. So proud of my little brother x," Andy tweeted.
"Congratulations to @TomDaley1994 he's done us proud! #TeamGBxxjadexx," Little Mix star Jade Thirlwell posted, while The Saturdays' Mollie King wrote: "Ahhh yayyy @tomdaley1994 CONGRATS!!!!! Can I get a "whoop whoop"!!! Great news! xx."
Tom's diving 10m final event saw him working his way up the leader board with each consecutive dive, ending up in first place before the final round of dives, before eventually finishing in third behind China's Bo Qiu and America's David Bouda.