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  1. Cheryl Cole

    Cheryl Cole

    English singer & television personality

  2. Girls Aloud

    Girls Aloud


    Girls Aloud were an English-Irish pop girl group, which was created through the ITV talent show Popstars: The Rivals in 2002. The group comprised singers Cheryl Cole, Nadine Coyle, Sarah Harding, Nicola Roberts and Kimberley Walsh. The group achieved a string of twenty consecutive top ten singles in the United Kingdom, including four number ones. They also achieved seven certified albums, of which two reached number one. They have been nominated for five Brit Awards, winning the 2009 Best Single for "The Promise".

  3. Everybody Hurts

    Everybody Hurts (1992)


    "Everybody Hurts" is a song by R.E.M., originally released on the band's 1992 album Automatic for the People and was also released as a single in 1993. It peaked at number twenty nine on the Billboard Hot 100, and peaked within the top ten of the charts in Canada, Australia, the United Kingdom, Republic of Ireland and France.

  4. Fight For This Love

    Fight For This Love (2009)


    "Fight for This Love" is the debut solo single by Cheryl Cole, taken from her debut studio album, 3 Words. Initially, the song was released in the United Kingdom and Ireland as the lead single on 30 October 2009 by Fascination Records however, in 2010 it was also released in Europe as the album's second single through Universal Music. The up-tempo R&B-styled pop song, was written and produced by an American songwriting team consisting of Steve Kipner, Wayne Wilkins and Andre Merrit. The song was offered to Cole in demo form, with male vocals. She spoke of an instant connection to the message of the song as well as the noticeable synthy production. Its style and lyrics are different from that of previous songs released with Girls Aloud. "Fight for This Love" divided music critics; some praised Cole's vocals and the powerful production, noting that it had the potential to be a hit with the clubs while other critics criticized the sluggish verses and weak vocals.

  5. Check It Out

    Check It Out (2010)


    "Check It Out" is a song performed by American rapper and Trinidadian rapper Nicki Minaj. The song, written by and Minaj, samples the 1979 hit single, "Video Killed the Radio Star" by The Buggles. After release, it debuted on the US Billboard Hot 100 at number 78 and number 48 on the Canadian Hot 100. It appears on Minaj's debut album, Pink Friday, though it was not released in promotion of the album. The UK version also features additional vocals from's close friend, British singer Cheryl Cole. The UK version is expected for inclusion on's fourth studio album, #willpower.

  6. 3 Words

    3 Words (2009)


    "3 Words" is a song by British recording artist Cheryl Cole. The song is both the opening and title song from her debut studio album. It was released in the UK and Ireland on 20 December 2009 by Fascination Records and later in 2010 by Universal Music, sometimes serving as the lead single for 3 Words. The uptempo synth and dance music-inspired pop song was written by Cole and George Pajon. It was also written and produced by who has guest vocals on the song. 3 Words was cited by Cole as her favourite song from the album for being different from what people expected.

  7. Parachute

    Parachute (2009)


    "Parachute" is a song by British recording artist Cheryl Cole. It was co-written by Marshall Altman and Ingrid Michaelson and recorded for Cole's debut studio album 3 Words (2009). The song was released on 11 March 2010 as the album's third and final single. "Parachute" became Cole's third consecutive solo UK top 5 hit, and her third Irish top 10 hit. It was nominated for a Brit Award in 2011.

  8. Promise This

    Promise This (2010)


    "Promise This" is a song by British recording artist Cheryl Cole, taken from her second studio album Messy Little Raindrops. It was released in the United Kingdom and Ireland as the album's lead single on 24 October 2010 by Fascination Records. The up-tempo dance-pop song was written by American songwriter Priscilla Hamilton, British music producer Wayne Wilkins, and Christopher Jackson and produced by Wilkins. The lyrics to "Promise This" reference Cole's personal life and relationships, as well as incorporating the French language. The song received generally favorable reviews from music critics.

  9. The Flood

    The Flood (2010)


    "The Flood" is a song by British recording artist Cheryl Cole. The song was written by Priscilla Hamilton and Wayne Wilkins, for Cole's second studio album, Messy Little Raindrops (2010). It was released on January 2, 2011 through Fascination Records, as the album's second and final single. The song, produced by Wilkins and Antwoine Collins, has lyrics that refer to a "natural disaster love" and make many allusions to shipwreck, the sea, and water.

  10. Heartbreaker

    Heartbreaker (2009)


    "Heartbreaker" is the second single from rapper's third album Songs About Girls. The British single version features guest vocals from Cheryl Cole; this version was also featured on Cole's debut solo album 3 Words which was released in October 2009.

  11. Messy Little Raindrops

    Messy Little Raindrops (2010)


    Messy Little Raindrops is the second studio album by British recording artist Cheryl Cole, released on 29 October 2010 by Fascination Records. The project is the follow-up to Cole's multi-platinum debut solo album 3 Words (2009), following seven successful years as a member of girl group Girls Aloud. Recorded in Los Angeles and London, Cole mainly worked with Wayne Wilkins who previously produced Cole's number one debut single "Fight for This Love".

  12. Season 7

    Season 7


    The X Factor is a British television music competition to find new singing talent. The seventh series started on ITV on 21 August 2010 and ended on 12 December 2010. The winner was Matt Cardle and his debut single "When We Collide" was released after the final. Cardle was mentored throughout by Dannii Minogue, who won as mentor for the second time. A total of 15,448,019 votes were cast throughout the series. It was presented by Dermot O'Leary, with spin-off show The Xtra Factor hosted by Konnie Huq on ITV2, who took over from Holly Willoughby.

  13. 3 Words

    3 Words (2010)


    3 Words is the debut studio album from British pop singer Cheryl Cole, released on 23 October 2009 by Fascination Records. The project is Cole's first solo release following a break from releasing material with her band Girls Aloud whom after seven years have enjoyed five successful albums and twenty consecutive top-ten singles.

  14. Under the Sun

    Under the Sun


    "Under the Sun" is a song recorded by English recording artist Cheryl Cole, from her third studio album A Million Lights (2012). The song was released as the second and final single from A Million Lights on 2 September 2012 through Polydor Records. It was written and produced by Alex da Kid, with additional writing from Mike Del Rio, Jayson DeZuzio, Steven Battey, Carlos Battey and Cole. Lyrically, it speaks of a male telling a female anything she wants to hear to get his way. "Under the Sun" is a mid-tempo song, piano riffs, sun-kissed breakbeats and a pop chorus.

  15. Season 6

    Season 6


    The X Factor is a British television music competition to find new singing talent. The sixth series started on ITV on 22 August 2009 and was won by Joe McElderry on 13 December 2009. Cheryl Cole emerged as the winning mentor for the second consecutive year, the first time in the show's history that a mentor has won back-to-back series. The show was presented by Dermot O'Leary, with spin-off show The Xtra Factor presented by Holly Willoughby on ITV2. McElderry's winner's single was a cover version of Miley Cyrus's "The Climb". Public auditions by aspiring singers began in June 2009 and were held in five cities across the UK. Simon Cowell, Louis Walsh, Dannii Minogue and Cole returned as judges. For the first time, auditions were held in front of a live audience, due to. Following initial auditions, the "bootcamp" stage took place in August 2009, where the number of contestants was narrowed down to 24. The 24 contestants were split into their categories, Boys, Girls, Over 25s and Groups, and given a judge to mentor them at the "judges' houses" stage and throughout the finals.

  16. Season 5

    Season 5


    The X Factor is a British television music competition to find new singing talent. The fifth series was broadcast on ITV from 16 August 2008 until 13 December 2008. Dermot O'Leary returned to present the main show on ITV, while Fearne Cotton was replaced by Holly Willoughby as presenter on spin-off The Xtra Factor on ITV2. Simon Cowell, Louis Walsh and Dannii Minogue returned as judges. Sharon Osbourne was replaced by Cheryl Cole after leaving at the end of series 4 in 2007. The fifth series was won by Alexandra Burke, with Cole emerging as the winning mentor. Auditions in front of producers were held in April/May, with callbacks in front of the judges in June. The number of applicants for series 5 reached an all-time high with a reported 182,000 people auditioning. A number of well-established music acts from around the world, such as Beyoncé Knowles, Mariah Carey, Britney Spears, Miley Cyrus, Girls Aloud, Take That, Il Divo, and series 3 winner Leona Lewis performed during the live stages of the show.

  17. Ghetto Baby

    Ghetto Baby


    "Ghetto Baby" is a song by British recording artist Cheryl Cole for her third studio album A Million Lights (2012). The hip-hop-inspired song was written by American singer-songwriter Lana Del Rey, Roy Kerr and Anu Pillai, with production helmed by Kid Gloves. Music critics were divided in their response to "Ghetto Baby", stating that the track is a highlight on the album, despite Cole sounding too much like Del Rey. An accompanying music video was directed by Rankin, and features Cole and her then boyfriend and back-up dancer Tre Holloway indulging in a public display of affection while performing the track. "Ghetto Baby" was performed on Cole's debut headlining solo concert tour, named A Million Lights Tour, in October 2012.

  18. Screw You

    Screw You


    "Screw You" is a song recorded by British singer Cheryl Cole and British hip hop artist Wretch 32 for Cole's third studio album A Million Lights (2012). "Screw You" was produced by Hy-Grade and written by Megan Nicolle Thomaston, Kingsley Brown, Daniel Traynor and Jermaine Scott.

  19. A Million Lights

    A Million Lights (2012)

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    A Million Lights is the third studio album by British recording artist Cheryl Cole, released on 15 June 2012 through Fascination Records. The album was recorded in 2011 and 2012. As the executive producer of the album, Cole enlisted a variety of producers such as Alex da Kid, Calvin Harris,, Pantha, Agent X, HyGrade, Dada Life, Jim Beanz, Taio Cruz, Mathias Wollo, The Beamer Boyz, Billy Wes, Electric, Bibi Jones and Dave Munday. Sonically, the album is rooted in pop, dance-pop and R&B, but also incorporates a variety of other genres such as dubstep.

  20. Crazy Stupid Love

    Crazy Stupid Love


    "Crazy Stupid Love" is a song recorded by English singer-songwriter Cheryl Cole, as the lead single from her upcoming fourth studio album Only Human (2014). The song features a guest rap from English rapper Tinie Tempah. The song was co-written by Cole, Wayne Wilkins, Heidi Rojas, and singer-songwriter Katelyn Tarver, Kevin Anyaeji and Patrick Okogwu and produced by Wilkins. It is scheduled to be released on 20 July 2014.

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