Cheryl Cole; Northern Star Trailer

Cheryl Cole; Northern Star Trailer (2014)

13 May 2014

She's one of the most recognizable faces in the world of music today. After an amazing success with Girls Aloud, Cheryl became a star in her own right. Through fights in her personal life and her internal struggles, Cheryl has always came throughout and delivered to her fans. We invite you to discover the real Cheryl Cole, through the words of her friends and show biz experts, her music videos and Cheryl herself. This is the Northern Star's story, Cheryl Cole.

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