Cheryl also previously had a dog named Kiera that has also passed away.
June 30, 1983 (40)
Cheryl Ann Tweedy, known by her mononym Cheryl, is a widely recognized English singer, songwriter, and television personality. She first stepped into the limelight as a member of the pop girl group Girls Aloud, following her successful audition in the reality television show Popstars: The Rivals. Known for her distinctive voice and charismatic stage presence, Cheryl’s impactful journey from her early days in Newcastle upon Tyne to the glitz and glamour of global stardom offers a fascinating glimpse into the workings of the entertainment industry.
Over the span of her career, Cheryl has released multiple successful albums. After her tenure with Girls Aloud, which produced several UK top ten singles, Cheryl embarked on a solo career. Her debut solo album “3 Words” was met with commercial success, peaking at number one in the UK Albums Chart. Its lead single “Fight for This Love” has since become one of Cheryl’s signature hits. Additionally, Cheryl found considerable success on television as a judge on the popular reality shows “The X Factor” and “The Greatest Dancer.”
Cheryl has always embraced collaboration in her career, having worked with a myriad of celebrated artists. For instance, her work with Will.i.am, member of the Black Eyed Peas, on “Heartbreaker” and “3 Words” brought her international acclaim. Other notable collaborations include British rapper Tinie Tempah on “Crazy Stupid Love,” and renowned producer and DJ Calvin Harris on “Call My Name.” Beyond music, Cheryl’s participation in the “Fashion for Relief” runway show, organized by supermodel Naomi Campbell.
Cheryl’s talent has earned her various awards and distinctions. Her debut single “Fight for This Love” won her the award for ‘Best British Single’ at the 2010 BRIT Awards. Furthermore, her debut album “3 Words” was certified triple platinum by the British Phonographic Industry. Cheryl also holds the record for being the first British female solo artist to have five number-one singles in the UK.
Cheryl’s life extends beyond her music and television career; she is a known animal lover. She has two dogs, named Buster and Coco, who have occasionally been seen in her social media posts. Furthermore, she has been involved in various charitable activities aimed at animal welfare. She notably participated in the RSPCA’s ‘Animals Matter’ campaign in 2012.