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Cheryl Cole is white hot ahead of single launch
Cheryl Cole looked wonderful in white as she stepped out on Monday.
The singer was heading to the Radio 1 studios to debut her new single Crazy Stupid Love on Nick Grimshaw's breakfast show.
The star, 30, showed off her slender physique in a sheer white long-sleeved top and skinny white jeans.
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Cheryl Cole looked wonderful in white ahead of her new single launch
She topped off the look with oversized sunglasses and a black leather bag. Clearly excited to debut her new song, Cheryl beamed as she arrived at the studios and stopped to take selfies with fans.
"If you want to hear the new single #CrazyStupidLove I'll be on @BBCR1 with @grimmers tomorrow at 7:45am," she posted the previous day.
Before that she let followers know that she was ready to make her comeback to the music scene by sharing a shot to accompany her track.
The singer beamed as she arrived at the Radio 1 studios
"I am so excited to be able to share some music news with you!" she exclaimed. "My new single Crazy Stupid Love featuring Tinie Tempah is released July 20th! You can hear it on radio from Monday #CSL."
Cheryl was recently at the Cannes International Film Festival with the new man in her – Jean Bernard "JB" Fernandez-Versini. The handsome Frenchman has been dating her for the past few months and the 33-year-old runs pop-up restaurant and celebrity-hangout Cosy Box at Cannes.
Having been educated at New York University, JB is something of an international jetsetter – splitting his time between Los Angeles, New York and France.
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