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14 December 2012, 10:40 | Updated: 14 December 2012, 11:01
The 'Under The Sun' singer has also picked out Mila Kunis to play her on the big screen one day.
Cheryl Cole has confirmed plans to air a Girls Aloud documentary on TV later this month ahead of the girl band's reunion tour early next year.
The 'Call My Name' singer has also said she would love to see the 'Call The Shots' five-piece's adventures translated to the big screen and picked out Ted star Mila Kunis to play her on film.
"We have a documentary coming out next week," Cheryl revealed to the Daily Star this week, in one of the first confirmations of the new TV project.
The 'Under The Sun' singer then admitted she would be open to the idea of a potential Hollywood film based on the popular UK girl band's rise to fame and career, and picked out one US star in particular to play herself.
"But I would never say never to a film," Cheryl teased. "Mila Kunis would play me. I would love that."
Check out a picture of Cheryl Cole performing live at the Capital FM Jingle Bell Ball 2012 last weekend below (Credit: PA Photos):
Cheryl made a big impact at the Capital FM Jingle Bell Ball 2012 last weekend when she performed as a solo act on the Saturday (8th December) before joining Girls Aloud to open the show on the Sunday (9th December).
Girls Aloud have yet to make an official announcement on the air date of their new documentary.