The “Promise This” singer is expected for a triumphant comeback on the small screen after she was asked to host her own talk show.
Sky1 executives think that her “nation’s sweetheart” status couples with her personable nature could make her the UK’s “Oprah Winfrey”, who is the US talk show queen with the television bosses guaranteeing an “emotional and confessional” chat show.
The Daily Star newspaper citing a source reported that Sky1 are becoming desperate to sign up Cheryl. They have been holding talks with her and hope that they will wrap up a deal within next month.
Meanwhile, Cheryl’s teams and her manager Will.i.am are also desperate to see the Girls Aloud star re-launching her TV career.
Cheryl also reunited with other Girls Aloud singers, Kimberly Walsh, Sarah Harding, Nadine Coyle and Nicole Roberts and released a new comeback single, “Something New”. Next year, Girls Aloud will go for a UK tour and launch a new greatest hits album.