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4 September 2012, 06:42
The 'Don't Go' rapper says it "should be cool" to join the 'Parachute' singer on stage for her tour.
Wretch 32 has confirmed he will be making some guest appearances on Cheryl Cole's upcoming UK arena tour.
The 'Unorthodox' rapper was rumoured to be joining 'Call My Name' singer Cheryl on some dates from the countrywide jaunt last week, and has now confirmed he will be "popping up" on some of her shows this autumn.
"Yeah I think I'm popping out on some dates," Wretch revealed exclusively to Capital FM. "That should be quite cool.
"I mean, yeah, I'm interested to do some of that. It should be cool," the UK rapper explained. "It's going to be live man, I know she goes in with her show so I can't wait to pop through the floor or come in through the sky!
"I don't know how I'm going to make an entrance yet, but I like making an entrance!" Wretch added.
Last week it was confirmed that Cheryl's team-up with Wretch 32 on her album track 'Screw You' will serve as the third single to be released from her recent album 'A Million Lights'.
It has also been rumoured that Cheryl's longtime mentor will.i.am may also be appearing on her new tour.
View a brand new promo picture of Cheryl below:
Cheryl Cole is set to kick off her UK arena tour this autumn starting with a show in Belfast on 3rd October.
Listen to Wretch 32 confirming his involvement in Cheryl's tour to Capital's showbiz reporter Kevin Hughes below: