I’ll let Cheryl do all the talking…!
Meet me here on Sunday at 2pm with good questions, good jokes and good banter or… dont come haha *kiss face*
— Cheryl Cole (@CherylCole) September 20, 2013
|When:||Friday 8 November|
|How:||Go BearFaced for the day|
|Why:||To raise money for BBC Children in Need|
Go BearFaced for BBC Children in Need!
We’re asking all the lovely women across the UK to join our list of celebrity friends to show their natural beauty and Go BearFaced and wear nothing but a Pudsey Pawprint for BBC Children in Need on Friday 8 November.
You’ll be in great company as Kimberley Walsh has shown how its done along with other female celebrities. All have gone BearFaced in a make-up free photoshoot by world renowned photographer, Rankin, to encourage women across the UK to unite to do the same.
Going BearFaced is a simple way to raise money for BBC Children in Need. You can either participate alone or set up a BearFaced team with friends, family and colleagues to make the day more fun. Either way, you can use our special Go BearFaced sponsorship form to raise lots of money for BBC Children in Need.
We’re getting plenty of fantastic support for BearFaced. You’ll be able to swap your make-up for a Pudsey Pawprint which you can buy at the Post Office.
Win a meet & greet with Kimberley at her book signing in Leeds on Wednesday 25th September.
Prize is for you and a friend to meet Kimberley before the actual signing takes place. Meaning, you will have more time to talk with her and a photo opportunity.
Competition closes midnight on Thursday 19th September.
*Prize is a meet & greet only, no travel or accommodation included*
Nadine has shared baby Coyle’s first wardrobe with fans on her instagram.
Baby’s beginner wardrobe. It feels like a dream, a really great dream I don’t want to wake up from. Xx by @nadinecoyle
Notice how she hasn’t bought any pink or blue items, meaning she is keeping the sex of the baby a surprise or she’s too clever for us and removed the items before taking the picture!!
Louis did nothing for Girls Aloud… only rake in his cash. Kimberley’s barbed attack on Girls Aloud’s ex-manager.
KIMBERLEY WALSH has spent 11 years as part of pop’s Girls Aloud, the biggest-selling girlband of the 21st Century.
Since being paired with Nadine Coyle, Sarah Harding, Nicola Roberts and Cheryl Cole on their way to winning TV reality show Popstars: The Rivals, the 31-year-old from Bradford has also shone as a model, telly presenter, actress and Sun columnist.
Her new autobiography, A Whole Lot Of History, being exclusively serialised in The Sun on Sunday, lifts the lid on Kimberley’s time in the showbiz spotlight.
THE moment the closing credits rolled on the final episode of Popstars: The Rivals in December 2002, Louis seemed to lose interest in Girls Aloud.
He has since admitted to me he didn’t know what to do with five girls and that he was a bit scared of us, but I’m not sure that’s the whole truth.
Louis has just never really been a hands-on type of manager, and back then we suffered because of it.
Whatever the case, his disappearing act meant we had nobody looking after us and nobody fighting our corner as far as record company decisions went.
Girls Aloud had a tour manager who got us where we needed to be from day to day, but we were pretty much on our own. In those days we had no one planning our day-to-day diaries and no one keeping us in line and organised — and very quickly it became a mess.
The record company’s marketing director, Peter Loraine, was so much more to us than his job title — he was always on the end of a phone when we needed him. I remember phoning him one day, feeling desperate about the situation. I said: “What are we going to do? It’s all going to s***, Peter. We need help.”
We had formed in 2002, then, in January the next year, Cheryl Cole was arrested after a dispute with a female toilet attendant in a Guildford nightclub who later accused her of a racially aggravated assault. We were mortified.
We got a call from Louis — which was probably the only call we’d had since the end of Popstars.
He left a voicemail on Nadine’s phone, which wasn’t very nice. The gist was that we were all a bunch of English knackers — apart from Nadine — and he didn’t want anything to do with us.
We were horrified — what do you do when your manager tells you that?
I remember thinking that Girls Aloud might be over before we’d even started.
Kimberley hosted Denise Van Outen’s show today on Magic FM for 2 hours.
She played a range of songs, even one of her own (‘Falling Slowly’) from her album as Denise had requested it.
Click on the play button above to hear the show.
3 pictures of Kimberley in the studios are below too:
Cheryl’s Greige Glow L’Oreal Paris Color Riche Collection Privée lipstick is now available to buy in the UK.
It is currently stocked in Boots and Superdrug.
Cheryl: Barely Greige nb4. Ultra-chic and rich in iridescence, barely greige offers a discreet contrast to the skin, thereby enhancing the natural beauty of the complexion.
BOOTS – http://www.boots.com/en/LOreal-Paris-Color-Riche-Collection-Privee_1369339/ (Make sure you select Greige Glow By Cheryl before adding to basket)
Also in the range is a nail polish which matches the lipstick. Not yet on sale.
*At time of writing this post, Superdrug had sold out online, but Boots had not, although keep checking the links as Boots had re-stocked overnight. The lipstick is a limited collection and will not be on sale for long*