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Cheryl Cole to whip fans into frenzy
Cheryl Cole will dance around the stage with whips during her "sexy" solo tour.
The 'Fight for This Love' singer reportedly wants her "raunchy" concerts to be based around a bondage theme as she breaks away from her Girls Aloud bandmates and performs on her own for the first time - whilst wearing leather, PVC and tight, revealing corsets.
A source said: "This is going to be the biggest thing Cheryl has ever done - not to mention the raunchiest.
"Think Madonna's 'Sticky + Sweet' shows - with whips. Cheryl's costumes on tour will be all about slashed-to-the-thigh numbers, plunging corsets, racy leather and PVC outfits, and plenty of bling. "Girls will be jealous and guys will be drooling. It'll be fantastic. Sexy, but classy."
The 26-year-old beauty has decided to make her shows as visually impressive as possible after learning the tour will take her to some of the world's most glamorous cities.
The source added to the Daily Mirror newspaper: "Cheryl will be performing in fashion capitals including Paris and Milan, so she is determined to make her show spectacular."
Cheryl has been given the opportunity to perform alone after being invited to support the Black Eyed Peas on their 'The E.N.D. World Tour'.
This is not the first time the British songstress has worked closely with the band - Fergie, will.i.am, apl.de.ap and Taboo.
In 2007, Cheryl appeared on will.i.am's solo single 'Heartbreaker', and then worked with the producer again her debut solo record '3 Words'.
Meanwhile, the brunette beauty is preparing to support her husband, soccer star Ashley Cole, as he faces court today (29.01.10).
The England player is due to appear at Kingston Magistrates' Court, in Surrey, for sentencing after he was found guilty of driving his Lamborghini sports car at over 100mph in a 50mph zone.
Ashley, 29, claims he was speeding to escape pursuing paparazzi, but faces a possible driving ban.Posted on 29 Jan 2010 10:30 to category : Band / Celebrity News
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